Belgium club Brugge KV or Club Brugge and Macron have collaborated to create a special limited-edition kit for the 2017-18 First Division Championship play-offs. The Brugge Play-Offs kit debuted on Saturday, March 3, 2018 Jupiler Pro League in the match against KV Kortrijk. The match ended with Brugge win 2-1 at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
The kits inspired by the jerseys of the early 1900s with boast a half-and-half design with a classic collar. Around 1900, Club played in a combination of light blue and dark blue, which often appeared along the sidelines as blue and black. That is why Bruges is popularly known as 'Blue-Black'. In 1907 the first iconic shirts arrived: light blue and black, divided into two planes with the sleeves in the opposite color of the adjacent chest area. The birth of the 'real' Blue-Black. An important motive for this collaboration was the freedom in design and the input from the club fans in the design of our shirts. So this season both the Home and the Away shirt were already designed by club supporters.