In today’s Ticker, we’ve got lots of new European soccer kits, a pretty incredible commemorative jersey in the Canadian juniors, and more!
- The Durham Bulls, Triple-A affiliates of the Rays, have unveiled some new alternates. (From Al Hood)
- The Nippon Ham Fighters’ new alternate unis, which were already a trip, were apparently designed by manager Tsuyoshi Shinjo. (From Mike Miller)
- The CEBL’s Calgary Surge have unveiled their white uni, having already unveiled a black one some time ago. (From Wade Heidt)
- Detroit City’s USL Championship and USL W League teams are wearing Pride kits for one game each in June. (Thanks, Jamie)
- England: Arsenal have unveiled next season’s home kit, and I really dig it. More pics here (Thanks, Phil)
- Italy: New home kits for Fiorentina, in Paul’s favorite color. (From Ed Zelaski)
- Netherlands: New second kit for AFC Ajax. (Thanks, Jamie)
- France: New home kits for Ligue 1 side Stade Rennais. (From Ed Zelaski)
- Germany: Bundesliga side RB Leipzig have unveiled their new home kits. I didn’t like the zig-zag striping on the shoulders when I first saw it, but the more I see it, the more I like it. (From Ed Zelaski)
- Germany: Dropping down to the 2. Bundesliga, FC St. Pauli — one of the few sports teams who wear brown as their primary color — have unveiled their new home kits.
- Scotland: Apparently, Paramount+’s Scottish Premiership highlight show has been using both the old and current Rangers crest.
- Williams F1 team has revealed four potential liveries for the races in Singapore, Japan and Qatar, and is asking for fan votes to determine which one will race. You can cast your ballot in the first round of voting here.
- Sticking in Formula 1, Alfa Romeo driver Valtteri Bottas will have a Pac-Man helmet for the Monaco Grand Prix. (From Brett Baker)
- England will wear a “special edition” kit for the Ashes, which starts June 16. (Thanks, Phil)
- The Indiana Department of Transportation is installing new welcome signs on major highways into the state. (From Aaron Hoak)
- Our own Jamie Rathjen has provided us with all eight designs for Australia’s Super Netball’s First Nations round: Clockwise from top left in this tweet: Queensland Firebirds, Melbourne Vixens, Collingwood, West Coast Fever. And clockwise from top left in this tweet: Giants Netball, New South Wales Swifts, Adelaide Thunderbirds, Sunshine Coast Lightning. Jamie also reports that Collingwood is leaving the league after this season.