Ajax Away Shirts and Kit

If you are on the hunt for the official Adidas merchandise, then you are in the right place. Below you can browse through our fantastic selection of football strips, including the new soccer jerseys, shorts and socks. All of the products listed have been sourced straight from the manufacturer to allow us to validate the authenticity of our stock. Therefore, you can feel 100% satisfied when shopping with us today that you are guaranteed to receive the official top. Available in a range of adult and junior sizes, take a look through our vast range of sportswear now.

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Colour Schemes Used on the Ajax Away Shirts

Unlike the signature red and white appearance of the home collection, some kits do not seem to have a set look consistently throughout the seasons. Therefore we find that manufacturers have a wider scope of creative control when it comes to designing the jerseys compared to the other range worn by the players.

Ajax has experimented with a number of colour combinations throughout the years working with Kappa, Umbro, Miro and Adidas. Below is a list of colours which have been used on the football top, whether they have been used for the base or accents, they are all listed below:

  • Black
  • White
  • Grey
  • Beige
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Pink

Although they are forever changing the look of the Ajax strips, we find that a number of base colours are repeated. These common base colours from the list above are green, blue and black.

Notable Editions of the Ajax Strip

As the soccer kit is forever changing, there are bound to be some designs which fans adore as well as dislike. Therefore, in the list below we have mentioned the most significant football clothing items worn by the football players during fixtures. These tops are as follows:

  • 1989/91 
  • 2000/01 
  • 2004/05 
  • 2012/13 
  • 2015/16 
  • 2016/17 

The 1989/91 Ajax jersey is one of the busiest appearances we have ever seen for the club’s merchandise. This features red white and blue colouring; however it contains a mixture of designs. The majority of the merchandise contains a diamond print in alternating colours and the top section of the shirt sees a blue base with thin white stripes. This design is most certainly one that will never be forgotten as the players definitely stood out during their fixtures. And some fans may take a dislike to the look as it gives the impression that the designers were unable to choose between the diamond pattern and the stripes.

Bringing the template of the home kit to the away strip, the 2000/01 top features a thick stripe down the centre as its main design feature. Opting for a yellow and purple colour scheme, they certainly didn’t disappoint with this alternative take on the famous look of the core collection. They have also continued this template into the attire for the 2001/02 season; however this featured a cream base and brown stripe down the middle.

For the 2004/05 Ajax away shirt, this was bright yellow in colour with three orange stripes in the middle of the torso. However, these stripes faded out where the Adidas logo and club crest were adorned in black. This was only the second time we have seen a yellow base colour for the football kits.

Featuring a blue base colour, the jersey for 2012/13 is notable down to the fact that they included fluorescent green accents into the design along with a teal graphic. Navy has also been used as a base colour on the 2010/11 and 2014/15 tops which were paired with yellow accents.

A bright green base colour was guaranteed to make the AFC outfit for 2015/16 stand out. Complete with white and black accents, this jersey is most certainly a notable one as we have not seen a brighter one for the team.

And finally, their 2016/17 football outfit embraced a monochrome colour scheme by having a black base with grey sleeves and crosses down the centre. Another top which has mainly used a black base colour are the 2018/19 neutral colour scheme and the 2013/14 striped shirt with pink detailing.

Does Ajax Have a Third Set?

Third kits are an essential part of a football team’s sportswear collection as they come in handy when the squad’s home and away strips clash with the oppositions. And therefore this is when a third design would be used in order to differentiate between the sides easier. However, when looking through the kits produced by Adidas, we can see that they do not currently have a third range. This proved to be difficult during their 2018/19 Champions League fixture against Benfica. Hosting the game, Ajax was expected to wear their home clothing, but unfortunately as Benfica wear red at home and white when not at home there was a clash with the home kit. In this situation, as neither club had a third outfit alternative measures had to be taken, and Ajax had to wear their selection instead.

Ajax’s Away Performance

When playing matches from their home grounds, you really get a feel for how a squad performs without the intense loyal backing of its supporters and a familiar pitch. However, when evaluating recent history with fixtures, they have most certainly impressed. Acquired from the Champions League, KNVB Cup and the Dutch Eredivisie, below are the most outstanding results by the football squad to date.

  • 9-0 win against JOS
  • 6-1 win against Kozakken Boys
  • 5-1 win against NEC
  • 5-1 win against Scheveningen
  • 7-0 win against Te Werve
  • 7-1 win against Excelsior

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