Le Coq Sportif Launches Bafana Bafana New kit

Bafana Bafana and Lecoq Sportif launched their first-ever kit on Monday evening ahead of their clash against Namibia this week.

The South Africa national team had ended their five-year sponsorship with Nike after the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations but subsequently managed to secure the French sportswear manufacturer in April.

“We are delighted to have entered into a long-term partnership with SAFA as the new technical sponsor for the national teams,” said Roger Noades, Sales Director at Le Coq Sportif.

“We have made no exception with regards to the quality and standard of the new kit as we take pride in the men and women who represent the country on the field.”

The Le Coq Sportif South Africa 2020-2021 home jersey has the country’s traditional yellow and green colors. The Le Coq Sportif South Africa 2020-21 home football shirt has a pattern on the top of the chest and sleeves. A thin green line runs along the bottom of the pattern and continues on the sleeves.

The Le Coq logo is in the center, the federation’s crest is on the right chest, while the alternative South Africa football logo is in the left chest. On the right breast is a gold star for the 1996 African Cup of Nations triumph.

The Le Coq Sportif South Africa 20-21 home shirt is based on the same template as other Le Coq Sportif 2020 shirts.

SOUTH AFRICA LE COQ SPORTIF 20-21 AWAY SHIRT

Check out Le Coq Sportif’s Bafana Bafana 2020-2021 away jersey below. The Le Coq Sportif South Africa 2020-21 away jersey reverses the colors of the home shirt – it is green and yellow.

SOUTH AFRICA LE COQ SPORTIF 20-21 THIRD JERSEY

This is the South Africa 2020-21 third jersey, made by Le Coq Sportif.Based on the same design as the home and away shirts, the Le Coq Sportif South Africa 2020-21 third shirt is white with the design in green and yellow applications.

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