Pharrell Williams’ Human Race line of apparel for adidas has extended into a new sport: football. Following a successful tennis-centric capsule several years back, Williams has now designed jerseys for some of the Three Stripes’ biggest and best football clubs.

Each jersey features a hand-painted aesthetic and is based on a historically important jersey in each club’s history. Arsenal’s jersey is a reinterpretation of 1991-1993’s “bruised banana” kit, which was also the club’s first away jersey since resigning with adidas as its kit manufacturer.

Reigning Champions League winners Bayern Munich also have their 1991-1993 home jersey reimagined, the bold Three Stripes detailing on the shoulder being the key feature. Juventus’ famous pink jersey from the 2015/16 season (Drake’s favorite, if you remember), is reimagined, as are Manchester United’s iconic snowflake blue and white kit from 1990-1992, and Real Madrid’s Yohji Yamamoto-designed kit from 2014/15.

Arsenal, Manchester United, and Real Madrid will wear the new designs on the pitch during warm-ups from October 24, while Juventus will wear its in-match on October 25 and FC Bayern Munich will wear its jersey in the next knock-out game of the German cup.

Check out all jerseys above and shop them via the link below.

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