Sevilla Hummel Home, Away & GK
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The premise of this design was to incorporate the stripes from the emblem and the traditional colours of SFC and have them applicable to all of the kits necessary. In 2004-5 this was used to a simillar effect by having the collar, cuffs and shorts sides in red and white on all kits. Having one stripe down each sleeve in each colour allowed for an aysmetrical themed design throughout the kit. I then took the idea of the asymetrical kit further by having the jerseys main colour split in half 10% darker on the right.
The main colours are broken by the mesh panels under the arms which make the shirt breathable and are the shade of the colour which is found on the other side of the jersey.
Even though I have created a shirt seemingly in two halves, i wanted the first glance to evoke images of a classic jersey. This is why it has a traditional collar and the Hummel chevron pattern down the right sleeve.
All of the Hummel chevrons are half red and half red plus 10%. On the sleeves and shorts the chevrons in red are dominant, but the traditonal continous chevron stripe is still there, just understated in a very light grey on white.
The asymetry continues right throught to the numbering on the home and goalkeeper jerseys with the names being red and single digits being 10% darker. With a double digit number, the first digit will be 10% darker, matching up with the collar on the home shirt.
Thursday, 08 August 2013