2017-2018 Napoli Home Football Shirt

Kappa and S.S.C. Napoli jointly unveiled 2017-2018 Napoli Home Football Shirt in July, 2017. The team will be encouraged by the slogan“Stop stopping. Keep moving” and fight for more champions in the new season.

As Napoli is a coastal city, the color of the club has always been derived from the blue waters of the Gulf of Napoli. Sky blue is the indispensable elements shown the Napoli football jerseys and it is the classic color of the club in the eyes of loyal football fans. Napoli football jerseys are all close-fitting jerseys in recent seasons. There is no doubt that the close-fitting design is used again in the new jersey for 2017-18 season, which is challenging for millions of fans.

Keeping the new jersey simple, it is adorned in traditional sky blue with a stand-collar design. The new Napoli football jersey has three official sponsorship deals. The Lete and Garofalo sponsor logos are boldly adorned to the front of the shirt while the back of the shirt is the Kimbo logo. As the football jerseys tradition, “Kappa” and the club crest are shown above the two sponsors. Besides, Kappa’s trademark sits on both of the sleeves proudly showing they are the official manufacturer of this hugely successful team’s kit! At the back of the shirt, there are the name and number of the player in Napoli and “KIMBO” as well. All the sponsorship badges are heat applied to maintain the jersey’s superior lightweight feel.

White shorts and blue socks complete the Napoli 2017-18 Home kit. They are being sold at Cheap Football Shirt Replica.

Kappa has used 100% polyester to produce the brand new Napoli jerseys in order to ensure fantastic lightweight and durability which is essential for soccer apparel. What’s more, a high performance fabric draws heat away from the skin keeping players cool and dry.

Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli, known as S.S.C. Napoli or Napoli, is a professional Italian football club playing in Serie A. It is located in Napoli, Italy. One of the nicknames of Napoli is “I ciucciarelli” which means “the little donkeys” in the local dialect. It was originally meant to be derogatory, but the club adopted the donkey as a mascot named “O Ciuccio”. Nowadays, the number of its fans ranks the fourth after Juventus, F.C Internazionale Milano and AC Milan. The club has got two champions of Serie A and been runners-up six times, five titles of Coppa Italia and two titles of Supercoppa Italian. In addition these victories, the club also got the champion of 1988-89 UEFA Cup.

When it comes to 1988-89 UEFA Cup, people must recall Diego Armando Maradona—the football king.

After signing up a contract with Maradona, Napoli got the third place of Serie A in 1985-86 season. However, the club got the champions of Serie A and Coppa Italia in next season. Because of Maradona, Napoli became a strong team. In 1988-89 UEFA Cup, it got the champion.

The club plays its home games at Stadio San Paolo. It was remodelled for the 1980 European Championship and again for the World Cup hosted by Italy in 1990. It is the third largest football stadium in Italy after the San Siro and Stadio Olimpico nowadays.