Last weekend, the Premier League concluded with Manchester City becoming the first-ever team to win the title four years in a row and in less than a month Euro 2024 is kicking off. It’s a busy time to be a football fan and NTS has an array of colorful, beautifully retro kits to accompany you through it all. 

The London-based music platform and radio station has teamed up with adidas to create five football kits for five key cities: Marseille, Berlin, Barcelona, London, and New York.

The capsule collection features custom jerseys, shorts, and jackets that take cues from adidas football gear from the mid-2000s (back when times were simpler and VAR hadn’t been introduced).

Printed across the back of each shirt is adidas Teamgeist branding, a circular logo shaped after the Teamgeist ball from the 2006 World Cup (the ball is also featured in the football-themed photoshoot for this collection, featuring the legendary DJ EZ). The logo, which many will remember from football kits during the 2006-07 season, is customized with NTS branding running through the center.

Continuing the theme, the tracksuit that arrives alongside the kits has a wavy-lined print decorating the front, reminiscent of the ball’s signature curved panels.

The limited-edition collection will be given away for free at an event at a secret location in London (keep posted on the adidas London and NTS Instagram channels for more info on that) and released via adidas CONFIRMED on June 1. 

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Part of this release will include two limited-edition sneakers which, at the time of writing, are yet to be unveiled.

Two pairs of adidas Samba Millenium sneakers (the same early naughts model that Wales Bonner recently collaborated on) will be launching in a light blue and a black colorway. More information than that is, however, unfortunately not yet available. 

With two big adidas Samba Millenium collaborations announced this month, it looks like adidas might've chosen its successor to the OG Samba.

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