Juventus have put their Champions League final disappointment behind them by unveiling their new home strip for the 2017-18 campaign.
The Italian champions suffered a 4-1 defeat to Real Madrid in Cardiff on Saturday, and look to begin a new era with a home kit that features the club’s new badge.
Miralem Pjanic, Stefano Sturaro and Juan Cuadrado were on hand to unveil the traditional white and black stripe design made by adidas who are in the third of a six-year deal with the Serie A side.
— Stefano Sturaro (@sturaro_stefano) June 7, 2017
The club’s new badge was unveiled in January and created a storm of criticism with fans furious at the abandoning of their traditional crest.
Reaction on social media to the new design, which features a white letter J (stylised to look like half a shield) on a black background, ranged from angry and bewildered to open mocking.