Crystal Palace Football Club has released its 2022/23 away kit from new technical sponsor Macron.
According to the Italian sportswear firm: The away jersey features the club’s 1861 crest, new sponsors Cinch and Technical Partner Macron.
The Crystal Palace 22/23 away shirt incorporates the club’s famous red and blue colors in an eye-catching central strip on the front of the shirt creating the effect of a painted canvas. The sleeves are embossed with the eagle from the club crests while the Macron Hero logo appears in a silicone print in CPFC Blue on the right of the chest. The Crystal Palace badge takes its rightful place over the heart in a suede based, silicone patch application.
Another interesting detail is the text EAGLES printed on the rear half-moon of the shirt as well as the rib-knit collar and sleeves incorporating a dual pinstripe in the clubs red and Blue. Finally, CPFC appears alongside the new crest on the customised inner backneck. Our first released shirt for 2022/23 is modeled by Eberechi Eze, Joachim Andersen, Luke Plange, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Marc Guehi and Jean-Philippe Mateta.
Commenting on the kit, Chairman Steve Parish said: “Our white away kits have always been hugely popular, and this iteration is sure to be well received by our supporters. This striking design gives a modern twist to our traditional white away kits with red and blue trim, and incorporates our remarkable history with our 1861 crest. I look forward to seeing the team notch up some brilliant results on the road in white this season”
Macron’s CEO Gianluca Pavanello added: “It is a great honor to be working again with Crystal Palace and for Macron to be the first shirt to reveal its new 1861 crest was something very special. We tried to create a crest that is both technically advanced but also embellishes all its detail, allowing us to show the clubs rich history within the game. Our team has worked hand in hand with the club, trying to create a kit that is striking yet unique that both the players and fans together can be truly proud of.”