The uniform is erased naturally, if it were given to younger reserves, then the parents of novice football players would not have to spend a lot on its purchase)), plus in most cases the football uniform from well-known and less popular brands is sewn from special fabrics with increased wear resistance, I play on At the amateur level, I have the Arsenal form and it does not drift, firstly it has the ability to dry quickly, does not lose color, does not hinder movement, it does not feel that there is a decent percentage of synthetics in the composition, which is quite pleasant to the body, which means high-quality polyester.
In many clubs of the world each player is provided with 2 kits for one match , so that the players can do whatever they want with it: tear, dirty, gift to fans or share with the opposing team after the match.
Generally the number of kits depends entirely on the technical sponsor of the team , so major league players do not lack new jerseys, coward ah or boots.
But in clubs of a lower rank, as a rule, the same uniform is carefully washed and prepared for the next games.
It's not disposable and is made of wear-resistant fabrics that can withstand the sun and absorb sweat well and, with all this, it has the ability to dry quickly, it can also be erased without shedding and shrinkage, our son has such a Liverpool that can withstand no less two seasons, does not fade, holds its shape well, does not fade and is not afraid of frequent washings.
It can be easily washed, there is a lethal and indestructible mix of polyester and cotton in it, which is quite pleasant and comfortable for the body, while it has great wear resistance.
Much depends on the level at which the matches are held.
For example, when a match of national teams takes place, the T-shirts indicate the date of the match and the names of the countries participating in this match. Sometimes this happens at the club level, depending on the status of the tournament and the stage at which it takes place.
In poor championships or in the lower leagues of some countries, the technical sponsor (the company that provides the kits to the teams) provides a limited amount of sports equipment, and if all kits are used before the end of the season, the team must purchase the required amount of kits separately.
This process is different for each team, and almost always depends on the details of the contract with the technical sponsor.
Supplement to the answer above: most often, after the game, the players traditionally exchange jerseys with the opponents' players, or give them to the fans or stadium employees. Accordingly, they need a new kit for the next game. In lower leagues or kids' soccer leagues, where teams don't have big budgets, shirts are treated with great care. Sometimes for them an extra set of kits can be bought for a football player. For example, in Portugal of the 90s one famous football club "Nacional" bought a young footballer for its children's team from FC "Andorinha" for 2 kits and 20 soccer balls. By the way, this player's name was Albert Enisht ... no! Cristiano Ronaldo!
I'll tell you about the example of the Manchester City club in England. This fairly wealthy club, whose budget is about 600 million pounds, has a man who launches the clothes of football players. Before matches, he lays out clean uniforms on the shelves of players in the dressing room. When the players entered the field, he lays out the second, exactly the same kit, the players for the second half come out in fresh uniform. After each half, this person collects the forms and sends them to the wash. Typically, molds are machine washed. Cleats are cleaned by hand. The cost price of T-shirts is not great, if the T-shirt is torn or has acquired a non-presentable appearance, they are simply thrown away, replaced with new ones. There is no strict control over jerseys in big clubs