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The 2022/23 Serie A season is finally here, and why not take a look at what these teams will be rocking weekly as BD Sports looks at this season’s five best Serie A away kits. For our list of home kits click here.
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#5. Salernitana (Sponsor: Zeus)
A second appearance for Salernitana on our top Serie A kits of the season and could you blame us?
Another plain yet still sleek design courtesy of Zeus sees a full white design but accented with the maroon synonymous with the Salerno based side.
The multicoloured horizontal stripes going across the chest of the top as the colours fade from a maroon to light blue definitely gives this strip extra points.
Zeus also makes a points to have their sponsorship logo on either shoulder and the black lightning bolt helps give the top extra character, which lands this top at fifth spot.
#4. Atalanta (Sponsor: Joma)
Atalanta have done a lot of great work on the pitch in recent seasons, while also putting together a decent catalog of kit designs in that time and this season is no different.
Many teams can pull a predominately white strip off, but with Atalanta’s main colours, blue and black, being trimmed on the sleeves as well as on the collar and shoulders really help pull the kit together as another understated, yet sleek design.
Also, anytime “La Dea” Atalanta, the Greek Goddess in which the team get their name and badge from, is depicted in gold like she has been the past few seasons instantly gives the Bergamo based side extra points in the kit rankings.
#3. Lazio (Sponsor: Mizuno)
Not many teams in club football decide to go with a black away kit, but Lazio has managed to pull it off this year as the top half of the kit pops with a gradual blend of the club’s colours of sky blue, yellow, and white, while also getting their sponsor’s logo to pop in yellow as well.
The bottom half of the kit leaves a bit to be desired but the strong upper half, combined with the light blue accents on the sleeves boost this kit a lot.
Another thing to note is the use of their old diamond-shaped badge which was used during the late 70’s and early 80’s is a nice homage to their roots and doesn’t seem out of place on this modern looking design.
#2. Juventus (Sponsor: Adidas)
As mentioned above not many teams can get away with rocking an all black away kit, but Juventus is one of the few exceptions.
After ranking first on the top home kits list, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to see them so high up on this list as well as Adidas has smashed both designs out of the park this year.
Unlike other Italian teams who seemed to have found their inspiration from their club’s past Juve is seemingly looking to the future with both of their designs this season, and with their blend of black and white on the body resembling a coal, smokey look as they have by far some of the most modern designs in the Serie A this season.
Maybe looking to the future will do the Old Lady well this year with the likes of Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa looking to bring Juve back to the top of the Serie A.
#1. Hellas Verona (Sponsor: Macron)
Verona also come in this season with two wonderful kits, but between the two the away strip easily takes the cake, while also simultaneously becoming the most gorgeous kit in the Italian top flight this season.
With a beige/yellow palette as the main colour of the jersey, being accented by the club’s blue and yellow colours on the sleeves, collar and running down the side of the jersey makes this one of the most aesthetically pleasing jerseys to look at.
Add the polo inspired neck and this kit looks like something you would wear on a night out to a boujee club and not affiliate it with professional football, but the Italians sure know how to make an appearance that not many others are able to top.
This top is so nice I might have to go out and get one for myself, 10/10 belissimo (insert chef’s kiss here).
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