Should UEFA Ban Juventus' 21-22 Third Kit?

The new Adidas Juventus 21-22 third kit and Inter 20-21 fourth jerseys have some clear similarities. However, only one is allowed by the official UEFA Equipment Regulations.



Sleeves on shirts must be identical in color

Not Allowed: Inter Milan 20-21 Fourth Kit Has Too Many Dominant Colors & Differently Colored Sleeves




Inter's kit is forbidden by UEFA kit rules because of at least two things - the too many different dominant colors & the sleeves.



1. Dominant Color - Inter's Has Too Many


To apply with UEFA rules, "a playing attire item that comprises three or more colors must have one color that is clearly dominant on the surface of that item". This is not the case with Inter's kit.

one color must be clearly dominant

2. Sleeves - Inter's Has Differently Colored Sleeves


Both the sleeves on shirts must be identical in color and appearance (e.g. pattern or design). This is not the case with Inter's kit.

Allowed: Juventus 21-22 Third Kit Has Dominant Color (Yellow) & Same Colored Sleeves




1. Dominant Color - Yellow


Yellow is the dominant color of the Juventus 21-22 third kit. The sleeves and the back of the jersey are mainly yellow, so it is hard to argue that it is not really dominant.

2. Sleeves - Both Yellow


In accordance with UEFA rules, both sleeves have the same color (yellow).

However, the new Adidas Juventus 21-22 third kit is surely not UEFA's dream jersey. It is indeed close to be not compliant with the UEFA Equipment Regulations.

Inter was allowed by Serie A to wear the kit in a single match ultimatelyInter was allowed by Serie A to wear their kit in a single match in the end, despite not applying to the Serie A kit rules.

2021-2024 UEFA Equipment Regulations Released

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