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[VIDEO] Hajduk Split Present New Kit with Fans Names

New kit dedicated to the fans presented (Photo: Hajduk.hr)

Croatian football club HNK Hajduk Split have presented their alternative kit for the upcoming 2017/18 season which has been dedicated to its loyal fans.

HNK Hajduk Split, along with its technical sponsor “Macron”, presented the alternative kit in Split this week. The official black second alternative shirt is dedicated to the fans and features the names of club members on it.

Last year the club launched a campaign titled “ili jesmo ili nismo”, giving fans the chance to have their name printed on the new kit. Everyone has the chance to get their name on the shirt, all they had to do was become a club member and pay 1911 kuna (the club’s founding year) for the honour.

Fans names on the new kit to be worn this season (Photo: Hajduk.hr)

The new playing shirt is modern, slim fit with micromesh inserts for optimum breathability and comfort and has been completely created by fans, from the tiny details of fit to the colour.

On the black surface are names of the fans in grey, and the whole concept is completed with red and blue micromesh inserts.

“The kit goes on sale today at the club’s fan shop as well as on their web shop. Check out the video below.

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