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Off Pitch

Explore the best in football culture that's not limited to the stadium
  • Pre-Season Training. AIK Style.

    Swedish champions AIK began the new season with a bang this week, training in front of a hyped crowd during their first session back after lifting the Lennart Johanssons Pokal. Surrounded by fireworks and flares, the players got an outstanding reception from the AIK faithful. And after enduring a nine-year break from the title, we can understand the euphoria. Check out the absolute scenes below.
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  • Nike Manchester City Worker Bee Collection

    A football team is supposed to reflect the values of a city, and there’s no doubt that’s been the case at the Etihad in recent years. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side share the same attitude to hard work and application as every Mancunian in the stands, and it’s that sentiment that Nike are focusing on with the launch of this limited edition Worker Bee Collection.
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  • adidas X EA Sports 4th Kits

    Remember those sick digital kits adidas and EA Sports collaborated on last year? You know, the exclusive 4th shirts for Real Madrid, Manchester United, Juventus, and Bayern Munich that were only available in-game. Well, they’re back, and better than ever.

    Last year’s quartet of concept kits showcased some of the most outlandish designs we’d ever seen, making full use of digital tooling to create four true works of art – they really stood out in Ultimate Team. This year, adidas and EA have gone one step further, dreaming up four even more spectacular shirts that would have UEFA officials recoiling in shock at the prospect of them on-pitch. Anything goes in the virtual arena though, and we’re looking forward to hitting up Weekend League in the Real Madrid shirt in particular.

    It’s not all about FIFA this time round however. While there’s no chance of Dybala, Bale, Robben and Pogba donning their respective club’s shirt in the Champions League anytime soon, there’s nothing to stop you wearing your favourite for a kickaround. That’s right, in addition to the digital versions, this year the kits have also been turned into physical shirts.

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