The Kashima Antlers home jersey has been designed in a striped style several times, and for the first time in the club’s history, the new season’s home jersey features vertical stripes as the main tone, with details incorporating ingenuity inspired by the club’s history to continue to support the club’s breakthrough and progress with a distinct attitude. Instead of a simple stripe, a darker shade of stripes is incorporated into the traditional deep red base, combined with a dot pattern that is digitally enabled to create a funky gradient effect.
Inspired by the 1993 season’s collared jerseys, the home jerseys once again feature a collared design. In addition, the use of dark navy blue on the collar, cuffs and underarms builds a classic look that easily recalls Kashima Antlers’ first jersey when the partnership with Nike was established in 2002. The shorts and socks are also in dark navy blue, and the entire color scheme is powerful and harmonious, emphasizing the club’s identity.
The new season’s Kashima Antlers away jerseys inherit an all-white combination based on a white base, and the team has a high winning percentage in important matches such as cup competitions wearing all-white jerseys, and the color scheme shows high class and endless possibilities. The new season is the 30th season of the J-League since its inauguration in 1993, and cobalt blue has been used as an accent color inspired by the team’s 1993 season away jersey. The cobalt blue is used on the cuffs and sock cuffs of the jersey to enhance the overall look from head to toe. In addition, the cutouts on the hem of both the jersey and shorts feature the club’s signature crimson trim. All in all, the entire jersey set helps players stand out in the game with its simple yet sophisticated design and vibrant color combinations.