Barcelona's away kit for the 2019/20 season has been leaked online.
The yellow Nike kit features a blue and red sash running from the right shoulder to the bottom left side of the shirt.
The new jersey is expected to be officially unveiled later this month, according to Footy Headlines.
The design looks like it has been inspired by one of their iconic away shirts from the 1970s.
An almost identical version was worn in the 1974/75 season and is synonymous with being worn by Johan Cryuff during his time at the club.
Cruyff won his third Ballon d'Or in 1974 but it was not a successful season for the Spanish club.
They finished third in LaLiga and were knocked out of the European Cup in the semi-finals.
It will no doubt still evoke those nostalgic memories for plenty of Barcelona fans.
The shirt will be paired with blue shorts and yellow socks.
Nike have completely departed with the famous stripes and gone for a bold check-board look, similar to Croatia, for the club's home shirt.
It is not the first time Barcelona have experimented with their kit design, back in 2015/16 they went with a horizontal pattern, and just like then, this one has certainly divided opinion.