The countdown to the start of the 2017-18 Indian Super League is on, and more teams are releasing their ISL jerseys for the season. Here’s a first look at the jersey designs and kit manufacturer announcements for the coming season.
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ATK jersey and kit
Nivia Sports have been announced as the kit manufacturer for ATK’s 2017-18 season, continuing their sponsorship of the club since 2015.
ATK’s jersey for this season features vertical red strips on the white kit, with a white design covering the chest-area and two trophies above the neckline.
Bengaluru FC jersey and kit
Puma have been announced as Bengaluru FC’s kit manufacturer for their inaugural ISL appearance, the club’s I-League sponsors since 2014.
Bengaluru’s jersey for the 2017-18 ISL is notably different from their I-League design, featuring a blue jersey with white horizontal stripes covering the bottom half of the kit. The jersey’s shoulders meanwhile feature a horizontal blue stripe, while the club logo is accompanied by two gold stars.
Chennaiyin FC jersey and kit
Performax are the kit manufacturer for Chennaiyin FC’s 2017-18 ISL jerseys, taking over from Puma in the 2016 season.
This season’s kit meanwhile features a simple blue design with white trimming on the collar and shoulders.
Delhi Dynamos jersey and kit
Delhi Dynamos are yet to release their home and away jersey designs, but T10 Sports have been announced as kit manufacturers for this season.
FC Goa jersey and kit
FC Goa have announced WROGN as their kit manufacturer for 2017-18, moving on from Umbro in last seasons competition. Like Delhi Dynamos, fans are still waiting for the official release of FC Goa’s ISL jerseys for this season.
FC Pune City jersey and kit
Adidas continue their relationship as FC Pune City’s jersey manufacturer, producing the club’s kit for the third consecutive season.
Pune City’s jerseys for this season feature a blood-red orange top fading into a purple bottom-half, with horizontal stripes overlapping in the mid-section, and orange and white trimming on the bottom.
Jamshedpur FC jersey and kit
In their inaugural season competing in the ISL, new outfit Jamshedpur FC have announced Nivia as their kit manufacturer.
The club’s official Twitter account have shown images of a red jersey with white strips down each side and a white collar-shoulder design, however it’s not yet confirmed if this is only a training kit or an official home/away jersey.
Kerala Blasters jersey and kit
Kerala Blasters jerseys for the 2017-18 season will be manufactured by Admiral. While Puma produced the club’s kit for the 2014 and 2015 seasons, last year the club had no official sponsor.
This year’s Kerala Blasters jerseys feature a strong yellow theme in-line with the clubs traditional colours, with blue trimming on the collar, shoulders and arms.
Mumbai City FC jersey and kit
T10 Sports have been announced as Mumbai City FC’s jersey sponsor for this season’s ISL campaign.
While we’ve seen preseason jerseys being worn by the squad during their international friendly campaign, it’s unclear how closely these will be to the final home/away designs.
NorthEast United jersey and kit
Performax will produce NorthEast United’s ISL jerseys for the third consecutive season in 2017-18. The club’s Twitter account showed images from their preseason campaign that suggest the kit will be very similar to their final design for the ISL season kickoff.
ISL 2017-18 starts in…
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The countdown to the new season is on: