The Delhi-based sportswear brand SIX5SIX and the All India Football Federation (AIFF) unveiled the new official kit for India’s senior men’s and women’s and junior men’s and women’s football teams on Sunday (January 10, 2021).

The brand new kit called “Panthera Tigris” will continue to contain the tiger stripes and consolidate the identity of the “Blue Tigers” of the national team. The tiger stripes were kept in their original shape and placed on the chest to symbolize pride, courage and strength. In addition, the new team kit – which includes jerseys, tracksuits and t-shirts – will pave the way for national teams to establish a new identity in 2021. The products are available for pre-order from January 9th on the brand’s official website and will eventually reach sporting goods retailers across India and around the world by March 2021.

The Indian soccer fans have the chance to see the Indian men’s soccer team led by Sunil Chhetri and the Indian women’s soccer team led by Ashalata Devi in ​​the brand new designs, the match kits at a mix of performance on the Playing field and performance redefine off-the-field style.

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Kushal Das, General Secretary of the All India Football Federation, said in his statement: “It is so symbolic that the new national team kit will start in the new year. “Panthera Tigris” embodies the spirit and never says the attitude of the Indian national teams at high level and in age groups – both women and men. We thank our kit sponsors Six5Six for their support and look forward to a fruitful relationship. “

Avni and Ambar Aneja, co-founders of SIX5SIX, stated: “We are excited to write the next chapter in Indian football history with the unveiling of the jerseys for 2021. The idea with the new design direction was to demonstrate the evolution of Indian football The Staying true to the identity of the blue tiger. A jersey is more than just a design printed on fabric – it represents a time, place and emotion and we hope we captured it. We look forward to building an identity from this building Indian football beyond the field approaching a cultural phenomenon. “

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Indian women’s soccer team captain Ashalata Devi shared her excitement about putting on the new kit. “It’s always exciting to wear a new playset and I have to say the new design of our jersey looks amazing. We all can’t wait to step on the field with this new avatar. Hopefully the new play set is a lucky charm for us. “

The Delhi-based sportswear brand SIX5SIX was signed by the AIFF as the official shirt sponsor of the Indian soccer team in 2018. The association effectively started with the AFC Asian Cup 2019.