The Juventus 2021/2022 jersey celebrates ten years of the Allianz Stadium, the Juventus home. There is the return of the classic black and white stripes after two years of interpretations: first the design half and half of last season, then the brushstroke stripes of 2020/21. Furthermore, a subtle motif, inspired by the Juve Walk of Fame, appears inside the black stripes. The jersey shorts will be white, while black or white socks will be available. The theme of the shirt is, as already mentioned, the tenth anniversary of Juventus’ passage from the Stadio delle Alpi to the Allianz Stadium. The first match in the new stadium took place on 8 September 2011 and was played between Juve and Notts County, the oldest club in the world, which at the time had inspired the iconic black and white striped jersey. A custom “10 years at home” graphic appears on the inside collar of the shirt, referring to the 10th anniversary of the stadium opening. The ‘A’ is stylized to resemble the stadium arch. The new shirt will make its debut in the Coppa Italia final on May 19, and the bianconeri will also wear it against Bologna in the last league match. In the last match of the season, scheduled for Sunday 23 May, they will wear it for the first time. Juventus Women, against Inter. Previously, Footy Headlines had also anticipated Juve’s new away kit, a jersey with an interesting novelty: an all-black shirt with white logos on the front and, above all, the three stripes from orange to pink fading. It would be Juve’s first black jersey starting from the 2018/19 season. Footy Headlines recalled how, in partnership with Adidas, the club had only had one other black jersey in their first season together in 2015/16 (black and gold). combines a yellow base (“Shock Yellow”) with “Hi-res Blue” and white. The front and lower back of the shirt feature blue and yellow color blocks, with a pair of chevrons towards the bottom of the shirt. Most are light yellow, as are the sleeves, while the ‘V’ on the front is repeated at the bottom. A uniform destined to divide and that brings to mind the 90s with the many experimental jerseys.