2 New 23-24 Adidas Teamwear Jerseys Leaked - Tabela 23 and Tiro 23 Competition Match

Update - December 24, 2022: We now have the first real images of the Adidas Tiro 23 Competition Match jersey, which will be released soon, along with the rest of Adidas' new teamwear products.

Adidas 2023-24 Teamwear Overview - To Be Worn By Many Teams

Original - December 4, 2022: Two of Adidas' new teamwear options for the 2023-24 season were leaked a while back. Here is an overview of their designs and all the various colour variants.

Two New Adidas Teamwear Kits

Tabela 23 Jersey

Here is the new Tabela 23 shirt.

The newest addition to the line of Tabela models is the Tabela 23 jersey. Its predecessor, the Tabela 18 jersey, is now over four years old and has since been retired.

Tabela 11, 14, 18 and 23

About as simple as it gets, the Tabela 23 jersey features a plain base color with the Adidas stripes running down the sides. Nothing else can really be said about the design.

This teamwear option is available in a whopping 15 colors.

The Tabela 23 jersey retails at $60 and will be fully released on January 1, 2023.

Tiro 23 Competition Match Jersey

This is Adidas' new Tiro 23 Competition Match kit.

The Tiro 23 Competition Match jersey draws on the design from Adidas' recent goalkeeper shirts, using the same subtle graphic on the front, back and sleeves.

Adidas 2022 World Cup / 23-24 Goalkeeper Kit Template Revealed

Another reused feature is the panel on the back under each sleeve, as well as the outline on the sides and the hem. A simple V-collar rounds off the look.

Tiro Shirt History

The line of Tiro teamwear shirts by Adidas dates back to 2009, when the first Tiro shirt was released. In 2011, Adidas started numbering their Tiro jerseys, with one always being released in odd years (Tiro 11, Tiro 13, etc.).

Tiro, Tiro 11, 13, 15, 17, 19 and 23

The only exception to this was 2021, which had no Tiro 21 shirt apart from a training kit.

Since Adidas' new teamwear options become available in early 2023, leagues that play their seasons over a whole calender year (i.e. Sweden, Norway, Finland) will be the first to use the new jerseys.

What do you think of these new teamwear models? Who would you like to see using them? Comment below.