June's Best Football Shirts: A Month to Remember

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June has been a huge month for football, with the domestic seasons finishing up, and the summer of international campaigns beginning. 

Preparations have begun for next year, with pre-season underway, and new shirts coming left, right, and centre from clubs around the world. 

Here's a look at our favourite shirts, and some of the biggest launches from the month of June, all available now at Greaves Sports!

Partick Thistle 24/25 Home by O'Neills

O'Neills' latest rendition of Thistle's iconic red and yellow kit drew attention from many within the football community, including Copa90, who noted the Jags' home shirt as a "10/10". The centralised badge and detailed patterns make the top stand out amongst the rest, and add some flair to an already famous colourway. 

Falkirk 24/25 Home by O'Neills

The Bairns are coming off a historic invincible season to remember, and are heading to the Scottish Championship in style with their latest threads following promotion from League 1. Their 24/25 home shirt is fit for champions, and incorporates a modern twist on a memorable base colourway. 

Ajax 24/25 Away by Adidas

Inspired by artwork from fellow countryman Vincent Van Gough, the Dutch side went bold with their away shirt this year - launching a unique new look unlike one we have ever seen before from them. The abstract shirt, that has drawn comparisons to 'Starry Night', showcases the city of Amsterdam's artistic history.

Bayer Leverkusen 24/25 Home by Castore

Another team that had an invincible 23/24 campaign is Xabi Alonso's Bayer Leverkusen. Their new shirt for 24/25 features many different elements of the city: the diamonds of the water tower, the city's coat of arms and a map of Leverkusen. The side will hope to make more history in the shirt, as they enter the Champions League, a competition which they reached the final in Glasgow in 2002. 

St. Pauli 24/25 Home by Puma

Whilst the colourway and design may be debated amongst fans, the new St. Pauli shirt is undoubtedly a head-turner. Fresh off a promotion to the Bundesliga, 13 years after their last feature in the German top division, fans of the Hamburg-based side will be hoping to create lasting memories in the shirt. 

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