Galatasaray Home, Away and Third Kits by Emre Baykal

What if Galatasaray would ditch the traditional half-and-half design of their home kit and opt for a totally new look? Turkish graphic designer Emre Baykal has created three Nike Galatasaray Shirts, which are designed to stand out on the pitch.

While Galatasaray wore red and white kits when they were founded, and played in blue and yellow jerseys from 1906-1908, the Turkish club switched to their iconic half-and-half design in 1908. And even though Galatasaray received some improper shirts in the 1990s and 2000s, Galatasaray SK almost always entered the pitch wearing their iconic 8-piece halved design design.

Nike Galatasaray Concept Kits

Here are the Nike Galatasaray 15-16 Home, Away and Third Jerseys by Emre Baykal.

Galatasaray Home Kit

Combining the traditional club colors orange and red, the Galatasaray Home Kit by Emre Baykal boasts a striking triangular graphic pattern on the front. Emre Baykal opted for a mainly orange body, whereas the sleeves feature the contrasting color red.

Galatasaray Away Kit

While the Galatasaray Home Kit would definitely not by accepted by their supporters, the Galatasaray Away Kit by Emre Baykal is anything but controversial. Boasting a spectacular star design on the front, the Galatasaray Away Jersey reminds us of Juventus' classy 2014-15 Away Kit.

Galatasaray Champions League Kit

Featuring the same design as the away shirt, the Galatasaray Champions League Kit by Emre Baykal draws inspiration from the famous Champions League theme combining different shades of blue with white applications.

We love the away and third kits, even though they are obviously highly inspired by Juventus' Kit. What do you think of the Galatasaray Kits by Emre Baykal? Let us know in the comments section below.