If you’re a fan of Dutch football, you probably know that AFC Ajax is one of the most successful and influential clubs in Europe. The team has won 36 Eredivisie, 20 KNVB Cup, and four UEFA Champions League titles, among other trophies. Ajax is also known for its distinctive style of play, which combines technical skill, creativity, and teamwork.
But Ajax is not only famous for its performance on the pitch, but also for its iconic kits. The club’s home kit features a white shirt with a red stripe across the chest, a red collar and cuffs, and a classic crest with three crosses. The away kit varies from season to season, but often includes elements of blue, black, or gold.
One of the most memorable jerseys in Ajax’s history is the adidas 1970 to 1973 home shirt worn when the Amsterdam-based team won three European Cups in a row. The jersey has inspired the AFC Ajax adidas Originals O.G. shirt. The latest Ajax kit has a 1970s retro look with ribbed v-neck collar and sleeve cuffs. The shirt is unsponsored for a clean design reminiscent of a bygone era in soccer. It also features the adidas Originals Trefoil logo and a classic AFC Ajax crest on its front.