2016-17 Ligue 1 Kit Overview - All 16-17 Shirts

The new Ligue 1 season kicks off this weekend. As last year, we want to give you a compact overview over all 20 teams' new jerseys going into the season.


The new SCO Angers 16-17 kits are unlikely to offend anyone. Made by Kappa, they bring pretty standard looks to the club.

SC Bastia

Also made by Kappa are SC Bastia's new kits, all three of which feature interesting designs.

Girondins Bordeaux

Girondins Bordeaux's 2016-17 Puma kits feature designs that could barely be more different, ranging from the 1980s-inspired home shirt and the pretty traditional away shirt to an outrageously bold third kit that features important landmarks of Bordeaux as photo prints.

SM Caen

Both the kit supplier and badge are new at Caen, as Umbro supply the club with a clean set for the 16-17 season.

Dijon FCO

Newly promoted this season, Dijon has some quite interesting kits this season, with both the home and away third featuring an eye-catching gradient. The Dijon 16-17 away kit is more standard, black and red.

EA Guingamp

While EA Guingamp's new kits feature a relatively interesting, asymmetrical base design, they are let down by an overkill of sponsors.

Lille LOSC

As New Balance take over from Nice at Lille, the brand decided to play it safe for the first year, and it seems to have worked well.

FC Lorient

The new Lorient 16-17 kits are based on Adidas' miadidas teamwear service.

Olympique Lyon

Once again made by Adidas, the new Lyon home and away kits for the 16-17 Ligue 1 season feature bespoke, club-specific designs.

Olympique Marseille

Both of these things are also true at Marseille, with the club additionally receiving a third kit that celebrates the rich history of Argentinians at OM.

FC Metz

All based on the same template, the FC Metz 16-17 kits were modified with enhanced on the sides.

AS Monaco

Both of Monaco's new kits introduce very clean and powerful designs, while the previous away shirt got carried over to serve as new third.

Montpellier HSC

Another team to be supplied by Nike, Montpellier's new kits have simplistic designs that are altered by the addition of almost countless sponsor logos, for the better or worse.

FC Nantes

As we've become so accustomed to, Umbro's new kits for Nantes bring very smart looks for the Ligue 1 club.

AS Nancy

Another team to source its 16-17 kits from Nike's teamwear offering, AS Nancy Lorraine decided to base both on the same 'Striped Division II' template.

OGC Nice

Made by Italian brand Macron, the OGC Nice 16-17 kits introduce clean designs. More importantly perhaps, the team will wear a special version of the away kit on the first match day, featuring the names of the victims of the terror attack in the city earlier this summer.

Paris Saint-Germain

Celebrating the club's traditions and aspirations, the PSG 16-17 home and away kits boast fairly simple and clean designs, based on Nike's Vapor kit template with AeroSwift technology. The yet-to-be-released PSG third kit could prove to be the most stunning of the set.

Stade Rennais

The Stade Rennais 16-17 kits are made by Puma and feature powerful, relatively simple looks.

AS Saint-Étienne

Made by Le Coq Sportif for the second time in row, the new Saint-Étienne 2016-2017 kits introduce clean, traditional designs.

Toulouse FC

The last team in this overview, Toulouse was also the last in the league in terms of kit releases and only launched its new jerseys for the 2016-17 season on August 11.

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