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Bengaluru FC release their ISL 2020-21 third kit for an environmental cause

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Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Cleiton Silva, and Kristian Opseth posing in BFC’s third kit (Image Credit: @BengaluruFC/Twitter)

Bengaluru FC has released their third kit for the 2020-21 season and the Blues have dedicated it to an environmental cause raising awareness to save the planet.

The light green stripes and the dark green stripes alternate in the middle of the jersey with the light green sleeves complimenting the stripes. The kit has the JSW logo in the middle with the shirt manufacturer logo on the left and the club emblem on the right. 

The color of the shorts and the socks haven’t been revealed and it will be interesting to see whether they go with white shorts as seen in the 2019-20 season or green shorts as seen in the 2018-19 season.

The green color of the kit is inspired by BFC’s chief sponsor JSW’s eco-friendly green cement which works towards reducing CO2 emissions and conserving important natural resources like limestone, coal, sand, water, and others.

Bengaluru FC has previously played in a similar green kit during the 2018-19 ISL season and also beat ATK 2-1 in the league stage before the Blues were eventually crowned champions at the end of the season.

Carles Cuadrat’s men have had a shaky start to the season as they have collected only 12 points from 7 matches, winning 3, drawing 3, and losing a solitary match. The manager would be looking for better performances from his team as they are scheduled to play against Jamshedpur FC in their last match of the calendar year 2020.