The FC Barcelona 2021-2022 home uniform was formally displayed on Tuesday evening, as previously planned. It was expected that the new jersey will be available to Nike Members beginning June 16, 2021, and to the general public beginning June 21, 2021.
Adding further, Barcelona has unveiled its new home shirt for the 2021-22 Champions League season, and, incredibly, it’s been released before the kit’s formal release. Further, the Catalan giants open their European campaign at the Camp Nou on Tuesday, September 14 against Bayern Munich, a formidable opponent.
Adding further, in the Champions League, the team will wear a different home kit than the one that premiered in La Liga. The new shirt has already been seen on the shelves ahead of Barcelona’s Group E opener against the Bundesliga champions.
In addition, daily newspapers published in Catalonia The design, according to Mundo Deportivo, is inspired by various Barcelona areas, with hues that differ significantly from the classic Blaugrana.
The Nike FC Barcelona 21-22 shirt has a brand-new style that is inspired by the club crest and offers an eye-catching and distinctive design.
Further, Barcelona was being assigned to Group E, which includes Bayern Munich, Benfica of Portugal, and Dynamo Kiev of Ukraine. The top two teams from each group advance to the competition’s knockout stages.
Barcelona Names Their UCL Team:
UEFA has already approved Barcelona’s Champions League squad before the competition’s first round of fixtures this season. Moreover, Coach Ronald Koeman has decided to name his complete first-team lineup, as well as a slew of promising prospects.
Additionally, Arnau Tenas, left-back Alejandro Balde, Nico Gonzalez, and young midfielder Gavi all make the squad. Gavi is one of Barcelona’s brightest young talents, having made his debut in the club’s 2-1 win against Getafe last time out. Further, when he came off the bench, the 17-year-old became the Catalans’ fourth-youngest player to make his La Liga debut.
Moreover, despite this, Koeman will be without a few crucial players for the match. Aguero, Fati, and Ousmane Dembele are all still sidelined, but Philippe Coutinho has returned to full fitness and might face his former team.