Football: Servette unveils its new retro-style jerseys

Servette unveils its new retro-style jerseys

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Every year, Servette FC supporters impatiently wait to discover the future jerseys of their favorite team. Firstly because they are very attached to their club, but also because it masters its communication and the promotional clips are often successful.

On Thursday, the kits for the 2024-2025 season were revealed with the slogan “proud of the past, ready for the future”. The mini-short film features comedian Charles Nouveau and Christian Lanza, man of the theater, author and historic recruiter of the SFC.

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The two men play the roles of a son and a father who recall Servettian memories. notably the final of the 2001 Swiss Cup, Servette FC’s last title before the Cup won this spring. Why did you choose this specific moment? Because the new Servette tunics are strongly inspired by those of the 2000-2001 season.

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The club’s choice to opt for a jersey with a retro design, with the logo of the era on the chest, was widely praised on social networks.

Ruben Steiger has been a trainee journalist at the Sport-Center agency since September 2022. He mainly covers ice hockey. Previously, he obtained a HES master’s degree in Business Administration. More informations @SteigerRuben

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