2015-16 La Liga Kits Special – All 15-16 Liga BBVA Shirts in Pictures

We take a detailed look at all kits of the 2015-2016 La Liga campaign, which kicks off with the match between Malaga and Sevilla on 21 August 2015.



Adidas and Nike dominate the kits of the 15-16 La Liga campaign with 5 teams, respectively. Spanish brand Joma makes the kits for three clubs (Getafe, Granada, Espanyol), while the brands New Balance, Lotto, Joma, Puma, Acerbis, Kelme, Kappa and Xtep (one team, respectively) demonstrate the wide variety of kit suppliers in La Liga.

Athletic Bilbao




The Athletic Bilbao 2015-2016 Home Kit boasts broad stripes, while the new Nike Athletic Bilbao Away Strip features a classy look.

Atlético Madrid




Atlético Madrid's 2015-16 Kits draw inspiration from the shirts worn 20 years ago when Atlético won the double. The new Atlético Madrid 2015-2016 Home Kit features the traditional white-and-red stripes design, and each stripe is surrounded by one pinstripe, respectively.

Barcelona




Hate it or love it. The revolutionary FC Barcelona 2015-16 Kit boasts hoops for the first time in the rich history of the Catalan club, and also features unusual red shorts. Barcelona's new away kit features a bold design with four red vertical stripes on the back. The light blue Barça 15-16 Third Kit fades from a blue shirt to black shorts.

Betis




Adidas makes the new Betis 2015-2016 Kits for the first time, replacing previous shirt supplier Macron. The Betis 15-16 Jerseys come with the traditional designs of the Seville-based club, based on mi Adidas shirts.

Celta Vigo




The new Celta Vigo 2015-16 Home Kit features a clean design after last season's jersey introduced striking pinkish red applications.

Deportivo La Coruña




Nothing new for Deportivo. The new Deportivo La Coruña Kits are quite similar to last season's kits.

Eibar




Puma produces the new Eibar 2015-2016 Kits following on previous shirt supplier Hummel.

Espanyol Barcelona




The new Espnayol 15-16 Jerseys are made for the first time by Joma.

Getafe




The Getafe 2015-2016 Home Kit introduces a darker shade of blue, while the Getafe 2015-2016 Third Kit features the bold color flash green.

Granada




Made by Spanish sports manufacturer Joma, the new Granada 2015-2016 Shirts feature bespoke designs.

UD Las Palmas




The new UD Las Palmas 2015-2016 Kit is pink to support the fight against cancer. The club based in Gran Canaria will donate 1 Euro on every pink shirt sold.

Levante




The new UD Levante 2015-2016 Away Kit is almost identical to Barça's 14-15 Flash Third Kit.

Malaga




The new Nike Malaga 2015-2016 Home Shirt combines the iconic light blue and white design with purple applications. The accent color purple infiltrates the bold Malaga 2015-2016 Away Kit.

Rayo Vallecano




The new Rayo Vallecano 2015-16 Away Kit features a striking rainbow Sash to honor the 'unsung heroes of society'. Rayo's new third Kit boasts a pink Sash in support of those who fight against cancer.

Real Madrid




The new Real Madrid 2015-16 Home Kit features a clean design with light grey 3 stripes - Real Madrid and nothing else.

Real Sociedad




The Real Sociedad 2015-2016 Kits introduce unique designs, made by long-term kit supplier Adidas.

Sevilla




New Balance makes the new Sevilla 2015-16 Strips for the first time in the club history. The new Sevilla 2015-16 Home, Away and Third Kits feature one-of-a-kind designs.

Sporting Gijón




The new Sporting Gijon 2015-16 Home Kit made big waves in Spain featuring a striking blue stripe on the black - it's definitely not a fans' favorite.

Valencia




Valencia's 2015-16 Home Shirt features the classic white and black design. Valencia carries over the striking orange Third Kit, and the new Valencia 2015-2016 Away Kit returns to the classic yellow and red stripes.

Villarreal




The new Villarreal 2015-2016 Kits feature simplistic designs.

Which of the unique La Liga 2015-16 Kits is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below, and also check out all kits of the Bundesliga, Premier League and Ligue 1.