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Barcelona unveil new pink third kit for the 2018-19 season

Barcelona have unveiled a striking new pink third kit for this campaign, but it won’t be cheap for supporters with the most expensive version of the top costing £99.95.

The kit, released on Wednesday, pays homage to the city of Barcelona, and features a dynamic sash design inspired by one of its most famous streets, the Avinguda Diagonal.

As reported by the club’s official website, the two-tone shirt incorporates a darker red which gives way to a paler pink shade.

Barcelona have unveiled a striking new pink third kit which they will wear this season

The kit pays homage to the city of Barcelona and makes use of a dynamic sash design

The sash design is inspired by one of Barcelona’s most famous streets, the Avinguda Diagonal


Saturday – Real Sociedad (away) – La Liga

September 18 – PSV (home) – Champions League

September 23 – Girona (home) – La Liga

September 26 – Leganes (away) – La Liga

September 29 – Athletic Bilbao (home) – La Liga 


For adults, the Nike ‘vapor’ version of the top costs £99.95 with the normal top available to buy for £64.95. The shorts are £54.95 and £29.95.

Kids, baby and toddler versions are also available. 

The third kit completes Barcelona’s set of strips for this campaign, with the home kit celebrating the 10 principal districts of the city, while the yellow away kit reflects the 2005-06 campaign, when the club won the Champions League and La Liga.

They used Ousmane Dembele, Philippe Coutinho and Gerard Pique to advertise the kit. 

Barcelona have made an encouraging start to the season that has seen them win all three of their La Liga games so far and they will be seeking to extend that run when they face Real Sociedad away on Saturday.

The unique kit won’t be cheap for supporters to buy as it costs a staggering £99.95.

Barcelona will hope the kit will bring them luck as they go for glory domestically and in Europe

The main priority for Barcelona, however, is chasing Champions League success as they look to end Real Madrid’s dominance of the competition.

Ernesto Valverde’s side get their Champions League campaign underway when they host PSV next week. 

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