Champions League 2014/15
Latest official UEFA Champions League football shirts available for all the top European teams and brands. Selected shirts available with official Respect Logos and Starball Champions League Sleeve Patches. The 2013 2014 Champions League tournament promises to give fans the highest possible level of club football as the matches progress. With major new signings during a huge Summer transfer window then new-look teams will have a lot prove.
The hot new shirts this season promise to give every fan a favourite player to shout for:
As usual all teams competing in the season's champions league will wear their team shirts bearing the official champions league sleeve badge and UEFA Respect badge.
In the case of Bayern Munich, as current holders, they get to wear the Champions League Winners badge, as the Champions League ball is rolled to commence the kick-off of Europe’s great club competition.
But will the Bavarians become the first club to retain the Champions League trophy?
Last season’s Champions League winners have their own deserved winners range, alongside the 2013/14 Bayern home kit and the Bayern Oktoberfest ‘Lederhosen’ shirt. While as always, there’s an excellent array of accessories and clothes from Bayern’s Adidas range.
Bayern will have close competition from Borussia Dortmund – last season’s finalists – who have strengthened over the summer and ready for a second go at glory. But Dortmund have a challenging group with Napoli, Arsenal and Marseille making it another ‘Group of Death’ for the 2011 and 2012 German champions.
Mesut Ozil has brought some positivity to North London and the Gunners will be keenly fancied to qualify from Group E. All of the English sides – Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal – will be hoping to nudge the Germans off the summit of European football.
Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea might need time to settle before getting the Champions League winners badge on their 2013/14 home shirt, yet they’ve got the quality to match. A change in manager, squad and from Umbro to NIKE sets Man City in good stead for the tournament and they will host last season’s winners Bayern Munich in the Group stages.
Don’t forget: there’s still Barcelona and Real Madrid, the latter smashing the record fee for Gareth Bale, who will want to win the Champions League trophy. Neymar, Lionel Messi and Xavi will grace the Champions League stage in 2013/14 and hoping to add the winners badge to Barcelona’s kit.
There’s still Juventus, AC Milan, Schalke 04, Bayer Leverkusen, Atletico Madrid and free-spending PSG who will want to add a European Cup to their honours list.
Furthermore, the Champions League accessories range has something for everyone: official programmes, patches, UEFA memorabilia and Champions League-branded shirts.
When the famous anthem rings out on Tuesday evening that will commence the restart of the most prestigious competition in the game.