New style ideas, attention to detail and research into the fabric are the hallmarks of the new home shirt of ADO Den Haag, designed once again by Erreà Sport for the upcoming Eerste Divisie 2021-2022 Championship.
The official first shirt is not only a confirmation, but also a renewal of tradition, with the club’s classic green and yellow colours, but introducing new and original horizontal bands. Just as it was for last season, the bands are not solid and in one single colour, but are made up of a series of super-fine green stripes graduated at the beginning and end, on a yellow background that is the shirt’s main colour. The sublimation-printed graphic appears more enlivened, classy and modern. The shirt features fully yellow sleeves, while the V-neck collar is edged in green as are the sleeves. The year 1905, when the club was founded, appears on the inside of the collar.The back of the shirt is totally yellow.
The second official top, created by Erreà Sport for ADO Den Haag, has a black background and features a captivating and modern graphic effect.
The pattern consists, in fact, of soft yellow and green diagonal bands which, whilst innovating it, still represent a continuity of tradition. The colours are repeated on the sleeve ends.
The inside of the simple ribbed crew-neck collar bears the year of the club’s foundation, i.e. 1905, and, just like the home top, this shirt is made of Ti-energy antiviral and antibacterial fabricThe driven innovation, with regard to the fabric, has resulted in the shirt being made in Ti-energy 3.0 antiviral and antibacterial material. Tests performed in accordance with ISO 18184 using the SARS-COV-2 virus, have proved that in the laboratory, the Ti-energy® 3.0 fabric can reduce the viral load by 99.85% compared to a standard polyester fabric six hours after coming into contact with the virus.
This unique milestone in the world of fabrics became possible through the use of two separate technologies: zinc oxide nano particles, permanently encapsulated in the fibres, and the Minusnine J1+ treatment. This dual function allows the fabric to form an effective protective barrier against droplets, liquids and micro-organisms to ensure that players on the pitch have even greater safety and protection.