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2017-18 Liga MX Kits Overview - All Unique Mexican League 17-18 Jerseys

With this weekend's kickoff of the 2017-18 Liga MX season, we take a look at all 18 teams' jerseys for the 17-18 Liga BBVA Bancomer season.



Compared to European top divisions, every team of the Liga MX has received bespoke kits from their supplier. So there are plenty of unique kits from many different brands in action in the 2017-18 Liga MX campaign, which makes this article even more interesting.

Club America



Made by Nike, the Club America 17-18 kits take inspiration from the iconic Adidas strips from the mid-1990s.

Atlas



Produced by Adidas, the Club Atlas 17-18 home kit introduces a classic half-and-half design. The away is based on a teamwear template, but remains similarly classy.

Chivas



One of four teams to be supplied by Puma, Chivas' new home kit features white sleeves and red stripes on the front, with navy accents present on the neck, arms and in the the form of the sleeve cuffs. The away, launched as part of the German brand's 'Step Out' collection, is dark with purple and silver trim.

Club León



The Club León 17-18 shirt has a subtle half-and-half look and combines it with white sleeves and a white collar. The away is white with light grey brandings and s subtle graphic print on the front.

Cruz Azul



Another unique set of kits, the Under Armour Cruz Azul 2017-2018 jerseys are kept very clean, modern and simple.

Lobos Buap



Lobos Buap must be one of the least known teams represented in the league and its kits are made by Keuka, a similarly small brand. Nevertheless, they introduce bespoke designs that draw inspiration from the club's 'Wolves' nick.

Monterrey



The Rayados Monterrey 17-18 home kit, made by Puma, features the club's traditional blue and white stripes on the front, while the sleeves are solid blue. The away is is black and silver, not unlike that of Chivas.

Monarcas Morelia



The Monarcas Morelia 17-18 kits, just like almost all other jerseys in the league, bring unique and bespoke designs, courtesy of Pirma. The home is predominantly yellow and the away mostly red.

Necaxa



Another kit made by Charly, the new Necaxa 2017-2018 kits are modern takes on the club's traditional stripes look.

Club Pachuca




The new kit of the reigning Liga MX champions Pachuca features a modern design.

Club Puebla



Club Puebla's 2017-2018 jerseys feature modern designs, made by Charly.

Pumas



Inspired by the American Football team of the university and made by Nike, the Pumas 17-18 home and away kits bring a new look to the football club.

Queretaro



The Queretaro 17-18 home kit incorporates a nice gradient detail into the club and black stripes on the front, while the away was launched as part of Puma's 'Step Out' campaign and is predominantly dark with silver logos and bright blue sponsors.

Santos Laguna



The Puma Santos Laguna 17-18 home kit adds a gradient twist to the traditional white-and-green hooped design. The away is black with a subtle club badge and bright teal trim.

Tigres UANL



The second Liga MX team (Club Atlas is the other one) to feature the iconic Three Stripes is Tigres UANL. Tigres's new 2017-18 home and away kits might be the most stylish Liga MX kits of the 2017-2018 season.

Club Tijuana



The new Club Tijuana 2017-18 jerseys are made for the first time by Charly, who are replacing Adidas. They boast unique designs with an eye-catching gradient design.

Toluca



Made by Under Armour, the Toluca 17-18 home, away and third kits feature simplistic and modern designs.

Tiburones Rojos de la Veracruz



The new Tiburones Rojos de la Veracruz 2017-18 kits are made by Charly. The home kit features a modern Chevron design in the club's traditional colors, while the away kit combines the main color white and with vine red, a quite unusual color for the club.

Which of the new 17-18 Liga MX kits is your favorite? Would you like to see some of the Mexican brands making jerseys for European teams? Drop us a line below.