The second and third kits 24-25, now on sale

The second and third kits 24-25, now on sale
The second and third kits 24-25, now on sale

Villarreal CF presents the new game shirts, inspired by ceramics

Villarreal CF presents the new Joma kits for the 24-25 season. After launching the yellow shirt under the slogan ‘Born of the Earth’the club has now unveiled the second and third kits, also inspired by ceramics.

The second kit is a beautiful sky blue with navy blue details and a round neck, while the third is black with pale pink details and a knitted V-neck. Both have a monochrome crest, the same shade as the Joma logo and the Pamesa logo.

Just like the first kit, these official kits feature an elegant sublimated design that draws subtle silhouettes throughout the fabric, referencing the ceramic tradition of the city, the province and the club, inseparably linked to the Pamesa Group as its main sponsor.

As for the composition of the elastics, they have been mainly made with recycled polyester to reduce the environmental impact as much as possible. It is an ecological fabric with a finish in jacquardwhich adds small perforations to give it extra breathability.

In addition, technology has been included micro-mesh system in both garments. This innovation allows sweat to evaporate quickly so that the player’s body remains dry even in moments of maximum performance. Each piece has been joined together using the system flatlock flat seams, which prevent chafing and provide elasticity and freedom of movement.

The Villarreal CF crest is made of heat-sealed silicone on the front to prevent irritation to the skin and maintain lightness. The Joma logo is embroidered on the top and sides. The shirts also have another small print of the club emblem on the upper part of the back.

Buy them now at the Online store or in Official Stores!

 
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