Pescara: Italian club unveil stunning new kits designed by 6-year-old
- Pescara Calcio 1936 are set to wear the kits during the 2020/2021 season
- The young lad took part in a competition set up by the club and won
- His design incorporated some of Pescara’s heritage including the fancy beach colours
A six-year-old in Italy is more than delighted after second tier side Pescara took up his kit design and actually made shirts out of it to be unveiled next season.
The lucky chap Luigi D'Agostino beat several other contestants in a competition run by Pescara for their young fans.
Since Italy is on lockdown, the club decided to help children beat boredom and what better way to do so than to engage in a drawing competition?
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The competition’s motto was "give a kick to Covid-19" and quite a number of young football fans decided to take part in it.
Pescara Calcio 1936 has played a total of seven times in Serie A history.
In the designs, D'Agostino incorporated a dolphin, which is the club’s official mascot, along with several bright colours in the design.
Since the club plays in the Adriatic resort, the design included a conspicuous blue colour to signify the beaches which are famous in the area.
After his heroics, D'Agostino was invited to spend a day at Italian sports kit supplier Erreà’s headquarters in Parma to personally oversee the new team strip come to life.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsenal football club are bracing themselves for a financial crisis should they fail to make an appearance in the UEFA Champions League next season.
The Gunners are yet to qualify for the European elite competition for two consecutive seasons leading to dwindling financial fortunes.
The club already face the prospect of once again missing out on a place in the tournament as they sit ninth and eight points off the top four in the currently suspended season.
But the north London club could astonishingly sneak into the UCL through the back door should the 2019/20 campaign be cancelled altogether.
Arsenal could join Manchester United and Liverpool among teams from England to qualify for the tourney, with Chelsea being relegated to Europa League alongside Tottenham and Leicester City.
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