Pink color is not something you would easily find any football team put on as their kit. However, some football teams actually play in a pink kit. Read on find out the football teams who play in pink jerseys.
1. Palermo FC
The Italian club is one of the few clubs that wears pink as their home kit. I Rosanero usually wear a pink top on black shorts and socks. The Sicilian club was established in 1900 and has played at various levels of Italian football including the Serie A where they competed for about 8 seasons. At their height, they also competed in European club competitions. Years of financial trouble and football missteps have seen them getting relegated down to Serie C. Hopefully, a change in fortune will see them return to the big time in Italian football and the wider football audience will get to see them troop out in their pink kit.
2. Thonon Evian FC
The lower French division club has sometimes played wearing the pink shade. They usually wear an all-blue jersey with touches of pink. Les Roses was founded 14 years ago as a result of a merger between clubs FC Gaillard and FC Ville-la Grand. They currently play in the National 3 French lower league.
3. Cerezo Osaka
The Japanese club are another team that loves to wear pink a lot. Sakura or Cherry Blossoms, as they are widely known, usually wear a pink shirt on blue shorts, and blue socks. The 64-year-old club competes in the domestic J-League and finished 4th in last season’s campaign.
4. Sports Boy
The Peruvian club side is another club known for wearing pink soccer kits. Los Rosados usually wears a pink shirt on black shorts on pink socks. The 94-year-old club plays its football in a port city called Callao. The Peru Liga team has won the league title 6 times in their history. They have also featured several times in the Copa Libertadores the premier club competition in South America.
5. Juventus FC
The old lady is not just that in name but also in team apparel. The Italian giants are not shy to play in pink as they have from time to time adorned their away pink jersey. In fact, historical pictures show that one of Juventus’ first-ever jerseys were pink. Even though they are more famously known for their black and white stripe kit the Bianconeri has also popularized the act of teams also stepping out in pink.