Former Japanese J1 League champions Nagoya Grampus have switched kit provided to Mizuno following an extended run with le coq sportif.
The popular club have unveiled their 2017 home kit and provided a detailed look at it to their fans. They’ve also released a rendering of their white away and goalkeeper uniforms.
The Nagoya Grampus 2017 Mizuno home jersey has a classic polo collared football shirt look. It uses Nagoya’s traditional red as its base color with the white and orange of the team’s crest providing accenting.
A checkered pattern runs along the front of the shirt while its back is unadorned to allow for easy player name and number visibility. Three golden stars appear above the club badge is recognition of their one J1 League title and two Emperor’s Cup wins.
Sixteenth place finishers in the J1 League in 2016, Nagoya Grampus were relegated to the J2 League at the end of last season.