Several Controversies - 2017-18 Russian Premier League Kit Overview - All New Jerseys

After we already took a detailed look at the new jerseys of several European divisions, we now give you also an overview about the kits of the 2017-18 Russian Premier League season. The new 2017-18 Russian Premier League kits are made by just five different brands, which is less than in other leagues (e.g. Eredivisie 15 kit makers, Premier League 8 kit makers)



Interestingly, there are also some quite controversial stories. First, Rubin Kazan are wearing last season's Jako jerseys (they want to join New Balance as they are not happy with Jako's quality - deal valid until 2018).

Second, Amkar Perm wears Joma kits in training but Adidas jerseys in official matches. Third, Terek Grozny was renamed as FC Akhmat Grozny and received a new logo this year but did not release new kits yet. They just added the new logo on the old but stylish Adidas kits.

Another interesting detail to note is that most of the smaller Russian clubs do not offer their kits in an online store, whereas teams from other countries mostly already established online stores. So it was a bit more fancy to get an overview of all 2017-18 Russian Premier League kits.

2017-18 Russian Premier League Football Kits


Akhmat Grozny


Amkar Perm

Anzhi Makhachkala

Arsenal Tula

CSKA Moscow

Dynamo Moscow

Krasnodar

Lokomotiv Moscow

Rostov

Rubin Kazan

SKA-Khabarovsk

Spartak Moscow

Tosno

Ufa

Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast

Zenit Saint Petersburg

Which of the 2017-2018 RPL kits is your favorite? Would you like to see more different brands and unique designs in the Russian Premier League? Share your thoughts in the comments below and read more about the controversies of Russian football and their kits here.