Juventus 2021-22 kit: New home, away, third & goalkeeper jerseys

Martin Macdonald
Federico Chiesa, Juventus v Chelsea, 2021-22

Juventus are one of the most well-supported clubs in Europe and a juggernaut of Italian football.

Each season they sell truck loads of kits around the globe due to their popularity.

Juventus are one of many elite sides around the world who are sponsored by Adidas, including Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

In January of 2019 it was announced that Juventus and Adidas had extended their partnership until 2027 in a deal worth nearly €400 million.

The home kit of the Bianconeri has historically been dominated by their black and white club colours.

FootballTransfers takes a look at all the kits Juventus will be wearing this campaign.

Juventus' 2021-22 home kit

It was a return to tradition in the summer for Juventus as Adidas reverted back to the classic black and white vertical striped design for the 2021/22 home kit.

The past couple of seasons saw a deviation from the classic design slightly as they had a half-and-half black and white kit and then a brushstroke design.

Both Juventus and Adidas have stated that the new kit is a tribute to the 10-year anniversary of playing in the Allianz Stadium.

Within the strip is a pentagonal design incorporating the stadium's Walk of Fame.

“It was important for us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Allianz Stadium with this shirt, because we know how much it means to the fans and integrating the Walk of Fame stars allows us to connect with all the people associated with the club," said adidas football designer Francesca Venturini.

"Juventus is a club synonymous with innovation and a global leader in the world of football, which is why we wanted to include a new and unique element in this shirt, whilst remaining faithful to its tradition.”

Juventus' 2021-22 away kit

For their current away kit, Juventus have released an all-black solid main colour with various colours incorporated in small amounts, such as on the Adidas stripes.

Blue, yellow, orange and purple can be seen on the stripes, while the logo, crest and sponsor are all white.

Juventus' 2021-22 third kit

Juventus' striking third kit is yellow, white and blue and is in tribute to the similar design used when the club won the Champions League in 1996.

They actually wore the similar kit in the final against Ajax.

"In addition to showcasing the daring spirit of the 90s, the kit celebrates one of the club's golden periods, marked by the victory of numerous trophies with the unforgettable and iconic yellow and blue colours," a statement on the release read.

"The new third jersey takes inspiration from a colour-block design, contrasting the two symbolic shades of the city of Turin: yellow and blue, finished with a new ventilated collar, and, for the first time, the two-tone adidas Badge of Sport logo. The kit guarantees absolute comfort and a retro appeal that, combined with the Juventus DNA, make everything a unique experience."

Juventus' 2021-22 goalkeeper kit

Juventus' goalkeeper kit is green for 2021/22 which has become a fairly standard colour for goalkeepers jerseys from Adidas this season.

Juventus' 2021-22 training kit

Juventus' 2021-22 kids and baby kit

Juventus and Adidas have accommodated for youngsters looking to show their support for the club as well with infant and baby kits.

The children’s kits all come in the same designs as the adult ones, while the baby kit comes in a pair with the shorts and the minikit provides the whole set with jersey, shorts and socks.

How much will Juventus' kits cost and where to buy?

All Juventus' kits are available on the club's official website.

Adult shirts are selling for €90, which rises to €100 with a player name on the back. It's €140 for an authentic match shirt, and with a player's name on the back as well, it costs €150 for the match shirt.

The goalkeeper kit is €90 for adults and €70 for kids.

A kids shirt costs €70, or €80 with a name printed on the back.

For infants, it costs €55 for the shirt, shorts and socks.

The kits are available online and in club stores, as well as on the Adidas website and in stores. They can also be bought in most major sports and football retail shops.