Andrea Pirlo had a big role in Italy’s success at Euro 2012 and he will be looking to have great performances for Juventus during the upcoming Serie A season. Juventus did not lose a game last season as they captured the Serie A title, four points ahead of AC Milan. There is currently a question of whether the Juventus coach, Antonio Conte, will resign or not. Either way, Juventus and Juventus fans will be looking to repeat as Serie A champions. For the upcoming season, the team will be wearing the new Nike Juventus home jersey.
The new Juventus home jersey features the classic black and white vertical stripes and they look great. Juventus is changing sponsors for the upcoming season, with Jeep becoming the team’s new sponsor. Their logo is pressed on the center of the jersey and stays with the black and white theme of the jersey. The Juventus crest is stitched on the left chest with two gold stars stitched above the crest. The Nike swoosh is stitched in yellow on the right side of the chest. Juventus is also pressed on the back of the neck so people can see where your support lies even when you are walking away.
One problem that arises when you have a striped jersey is how the name and number are presented on the back of the jersey. With this jersey, there is a solid black box on the back of the jersey with solid white above it. This design looks great when there is a name and number on the back, but if you choose not to put a player on the back, it can look a little awkward.
This jersey is made out of 100 percent recycled polyester, so it is both comfortable and environmentally friendly. Like most Nike jerseys, this one features Nike Dri-Fit technology. This helps you stay dry and comfortable as you cheer Juventus on to victory.
Overall, this is a great looking jersey and very comfortable. The only part of this jersey that looks a little awkward is the back if you choose not to put a player’s name and number on the back. This jersey is currently available at SoccerPro.com, so head over and gear up for the upcoming Serie A season as Juventus looks to keep their Serie A title.
Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com
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