Collecchio, 5 August 2021Proud of their values, and dignified in representing them and bringing them to the pitch on every occasion; among them, the fight against all forms of discrimination, clearly highlighted by Parma Calcio’s official third kit made by Erreà Sport for the 2021-2022 season.

After the great success of the “Black Lives Matter” jersey, worn last season for the match against Sassuolo, the Club reiterates its commitment with the third kit for the entire 2021-22 season, which is all black with logos in elegant gold and silver. A jersey that symbolises, once again, how fundamental in our society the fight against any discrimination in sport and in everyday life is. This is an important issue for Parma, and the Club takes a clear stand on it, faithful to the values it represents and with the willpower to raise awareness through concrete actions. Last time, when the squad wore the “Black Lives Matter” jersey, we saw a charitable donation to the Ciac Onlus Association and the Fondation Lilian Thuram.

For the launch of the third kit, the obvious inspiration came from iconic Hollywood movie posters. The four footballers represented – Juan Francisco Brunetta, Drissa Camara, Stanko Jurić and Franco Vázquez – became the protagonists of this ‘film’, superheroes ready to fight against all forms of discrimination on and off the pitch.

With a slim fit, this jersey has the same ribbed collar as the first kit, cut in a V shape and closed by two intersecting fabric outlines. Inside the collar, the semicircle features a modern transfer graphic that highlights some key words linked to the theme of discrimination. On the back of the shirt, you find a golden inscription marked “Against All Discrimination“, designed to emphasise one of the Club’s key values and raise awareness of the importance of equality, unity and brotherhood.

The third kit, just like the home and away ones, is made of Ti-energy 3.0, the antiviral and antibacterial technical fabric.

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