Al Ain FC unveil new Nike kits for the 2017/18 campaign

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Arabian Gulf League side Al Ain FC will sport their new Nike home kit in the AFC Champions League quarter-finals against Al Hilal.

Nike released the new Al Ain FC home and away kits on Sunday.

The team will debut the home kit on Monday evening for their AFC Champions League quarter-final tie against Al Hilal at the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium.

The home kit allies cutting-edge Aeroswift technology with a contemporary aesthetic, reinterpreting the club’s heritage alongside a fresh application of its signature purple and gold colors. 

The jersey features the club’s iconic purple color with a darker composition on the shoulders and sleeves. As an ode to club pride, the V-neck collar has a golden band on the back.

The Nike swoosh is offset in gold whilst the club’s storied emblem is featured in its traditional colors on the jersey and shorts. The kit is complemented with purple shorts and white socks.

The new Al Ain Dri-Fit Knit Home jersey features the traditional all-white design to reflect the club’s heritage, along with the iconic purple on the shoulder to represent strength. The all-round collar comes in golden matched but the golden swoosh.

Al Ain FC Nike Kit

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The jersey features a gold strip on the it’s modern round neck collar, and proudly displays the club crest, on the top left side and a golden color swoosh on the right-hand side.

Tying into the club’s iconic home colors, the 2017-18 away shirt features purple shoulders and socks.

Al Ain FC will debut the new 2017-18 home kit on-pitch on Aug 21st and will be in-store along with the away kit starting 31st August at authorized retailers at 399 AED,

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