UD Las Palmas presents its ‘vintage’ shirt for next season and it is identical to that of Tenerife | sports

Summers in football, beyond the interest they arouse by the many and sometimes surprising movements of the transfer market, are a very interesting time to find out what clothes the teams will wear for the season. There is always room for the most beautiful kits, although the ones that remain the most in the memory are, without a doubt, the ugly ones. Bizarre colors, blends that hurt even the eye and even lines that can go where no one would put a dot.

A lot of surrealism and a lot of surprise around the shirts around Europe, it is not only a national issue. However, if we focus on the shirt that has divided social networks the most in recent hours, the new Las Palmas kit takes the cake.

Even more so if we stop at the second shirt of their staunch rivals, Tenerife, who wear the same brand and have exactly the same design. Event that has outraged the followers of both sets, that if nothing changes it they would wear the same colors for the next season.


The goalkeepers of Las Palmas with the new kit / Twitter

The away jersey of the Canarian team has mixed all possible colors and has created a design signed by the German brand Hummel, reminiscent of the 90s. Especially, and since it has been widely named during the European past, to the jersey with which Kasper Schmeichel lifted the European Championship in 1992.

This is highlighted by one of the users on Twitter, in response to the Cadena SER journalist, Manoj Daswani, who is incredulous after verifying that the goalkeepers’ jersey and that of the squad match even in colors. An aspect that is not usually common in this type of design in the world of football.

From the mockery of many direct and staunch rivals, such as those of Tenerife, even some who see the positive side and praise an innovative and very 90s shirt, that is, with a ‘vintage’ airs. For the most part, the opinions are negative and this is demonstrated by the responses to the presentation tweet in a huge debate on social networks.

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