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ISL | Kerala Blasters have introduced the third kit for the new season

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Kochi: Kerala Blasters FC has unveiled the third kit for the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL) season. This season, Kerala Blazers intends to follow the theme of past, present and future. Home Kit While honoring the success of the 1973 Santosh Trophy Kerala team, the away kit was a tribute to the enthusiastic and enthusiastic fans of the club. The third kit depicts the dreams and aspirations of the youth of Kerala.

The newly released full white jersey is a symbol of a blank canvas. It is a canvas that depicts the infinite possibilities of who one wants to be, no matter what. The canvas reminds everyone, especially young people, to persevere, to constantly strive and be committed to pursuing their dreams.
Nikhil Bhardwaj, Director, Kerala Blasters FC, said, “We at KBFC believe that anyone can achieve the goals set for them through hard work and dedication.”

This can sometimes take time, so, he said, he hopes the kit will serve as a reminder and motivate millions of young people in the state to pursue their dreams and never give up.
The complete white third kit is integrated with ultralight jacquard structure with 100% polyester on the front and back of the jersey to enhance compatibility, mobility and breathability.
The new Kerala Blasters White Kit is now available for sale online at https://six5sixsport.com/collections/kerala-blastser.

The ISL 2021-22 (ISL 2021-22) season kickoff is one month away. The Kerala Blasters have intensified their pre-season preparations ahead of the start of the new ISL season. The Blasters are preparing to play friendly matches ahead of the start of the season. The Kerala Blasters will play four pre-season matches against ISL clubs in Goa.

The club has announced that there will be no live coverage of the matches. Fans could watch all the pre-season matches of Kerala Blasters so far through their YouTube channel. The Kerala Blasters left for Goa after playing two friendly matches at Ernakulam. The Blasters won both matches against the Indian Navy and M College Football Academy. The Blasters won the first game by two goals to navy and the second game by three goals against MA College.


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