HSV together with their kit manufacturer Adidas, presented the 2008/09 Euro away kit.
The black and blue away kit was unveiled a few weeks ago on a boat at Hamburg harbour. New head coach Martin Jol and the players Ivica Olic and Jerome Boateng gave away 30 of the new shirts to passengers aboard the ship.
Trabzonspor and Nike launched 5 new football kits for the 08/09 season. Trabzonspor is the only club outside Istanbul to have won the Turkish title, earning a name as one of the "Big Four" alongside Galatasaray SK, Fenerbahçe SK, Beşiktaş J.K.
Trabzonspor's nicknames are the "Burgundy Blues" and the "Black Sea storm".
The new kits for the 08-09 season have been revealed by Adidas and Fenerbahce with some elegant and modern designs on show, which took place at Fenerbahce Sükrü Saracoglu Stadium.
A new yellow-white striped away shirt, a catchy white shirt and a brand new yellow neon shirt are in the collection to add to the new striped home design, the legendary shirt synonymous with Fenerbahce.
Queens Park Rangers unveiled the new 08/09 away kit made by Lotto.
The away strip, which will be worn by the R's First Team for the upcoming pre-season friendlies at Falkirk and Kilmarnock, completes the brand-new collection of Lotto Sport Italia kit, following the recent unveiling of the home and third strips.
It has proved to be an instant hit with the QPR players. Martin Rowlands said. "Once again, Lotto have done a fantastic job with this strip.
"It looks really modern, and is a great design.
"I am sure everyone will agree that the presence of Gulf Air as our main shirt sponsor adds real class to it.
"Hopefully it will prove to be a successful kit for the Club.
"All the players will be working very hard throughout the up-coming season to try and make sure that's the case."
Pictured modelling the shirt is QPR Ladies midfielder Hannah Curnow, who is also impressed with the design.
"It's really different to anything we've had before, and I think it looks brilliant," she said.
"I'm a big fan of the new crest, and I like the way it is right at the centre of the shirt."
West Brom Albion confirm discussions regarding a new club sponsor are continuing with interested parties.
While the negotiations are ongoing, the club is launching its new kits to ensure they go on sale before the Barclays Premier League season gets underway on August 16. Initially, the club will unveil and sell shirts without a sponsors' logo.
They will go on sale from August 1 without a sponsors’ name. Fans buying the ‘blank’ shirts were today promised a sponsors’ logo would be ‘welded’ to the shirts free at a later date.
The home kit will go on sale in Baggies club shops on August 1. The away kit, which is yellow and black, will be available a week later on August 8.
Talks have taken place with Carlsberg, Ladbrokes and Birmingham-based van-maker LDV.