Cerezo Osaka today revealed their PUMA kits for their return to Japan’s J1 League following a two-year stint in the country’s second tier of professional soccer.
The club published detailed pictures of their pink 2017 home kit along with a rendering a a pinstriped white away jersey. Both use the same new design from PUMA featuring a modern Henley collar and a placket with one button exposed.
The primary shirt is detailed in the navy blue of Cerezo’s crest at the shoulders, sleeve cuffs and collar. The PUMA T7 stripes on the shoulders are made up of a series of dots that make up a gradient pattern. They break to form a chevron round the PUMA Cat on the upper arm. A series of tonal chevrons also appear on the lower front of the jersey.
Cerezo Osaka is the second club to use the new PUMA kit template. Danish Superliga outfit Randers FC has been donning a light blue version of it since early December.