Coritiba unveiled their new 2009 Centenary Home and Away kits made by Lotto. Coritiba's first kit was used from 1909, the club's foundation year, to 1916, and was composed of green and white vertical stripes.The colours green and white remember the state flag.
Coritiba's second kit, used from 1916 to 1976 was an all-white one.
The current home kit is composed of a white shirt, with two green parallel horizontal stripes and black shorts and white socks. The away kit is composed of a green and white vertical stripes shirt, black shorts and green socks. These kits were adopted in 1976.
Everton have unveiled their new limited edition Liverpool Unites football kit. The new kit is to be launched as part of the Club’s recently announced partnership with Liverpool Unites.
The Club and Kitbag Limited, Everton’s official retail partner, hope to raise in excess of £100,000 before the end of the current season for Liverpool Unites which campaigns to improve the lives of young people on Merseyside by inspiring them to break the cycle of crime and poverty.
The new limited edition shirt sees an Everton crest on a purple shirt for the very first time in the club's 131 year history and represents the adopted colour of the unique charity.
Club officials hope that the kit will be worn for at least one first team game this season, but nothing has yet been confirmed.
Rangers unveiled the new third shirt made by Umbro for the 2009/10 SPL season, which is a radical change from previous Rangers kits. Inspired by one of the earliest Rangers away kits, the polar-white Rangers Third Shirt is a 'classic, remastered'.
Featuring a unique polar-white colour, the Rangers Third Shirt has a brilliant-white diagonal stripe leading from the top left to the bottom right. The stripe design draws attention to the Rangers FC crest and gives you retro style.
This updated version of a Rangers classic is available through the FSC Shop, and will be worn by Rangers heroes Kenny Miller and Jerome Rothen. Designed by Umbro, the Rangers away shirt 09/10 uses Climate Control fabric to keep you at the perfect temperature during football.
Chivas unveiled the new 09/10 third which supports SOS (Observing System for Public Safety), an association which promotes engagement of citizens in monitoring and reporting on safety conditions, and building a safe Mexico that has professional officers and a solid institutions of administration of justice, free from corruption, to eliminate impunity, to recover Mexicans' confidence in the authorities responsible for their safety and their families, under the concept PLAY WITHOUT FEAR.
The shirt displays the SOS Association logo on the left sleeve and is celebrating the partnership between the best club in Mexico, one of the leading brands worldwide, and the fans of Chivas against insecurity, a message to the public is that only together they can fight against this fear.
Everton have officially nominated the Liverpool-based charity Liverpool Unites, which campaigns to improve the lives of young people on Merseyside by inspiring them to break the cycle of crime and poverty, as its charitable partner for 2009/10.
To help officially launch the new partnership, Everton has teamed up with retail partner Kitbag Limited to introduce the special, limited edition Everton shirt designed to promote the association between the Club, the charity and its objectives.
The Liverpool Unites campaign was set up in response to the tragic murder of eleven-year-old Evertonian Rhys Jones who was shot in August 2007 and aims to convey to the wider world that Liverpool is a city that cares, and that its local population will not tolerate gun and knife crime.
Everton are aiming to raise in excess of £100,000 for Liverpool Unites before the end of the season. After reaching its initial goal of raising £100,000 for the Rhys Jones Memorial Fund, Liverpool Unites continues to raise money for this and other local charities and community groups across Merseyside that aim to positively engage children and young people, giving them hope and ambition to create a brighter future for themselves.
It has adopted a purple ribbon logo to show the unity between the red and blue sides of Liverpool on this issue.
This is the new St Etienne 09/10 third kit made by adidas. The kit was worn for the first time in the match against AS Monaco.
A.S. Saint-Étienne was created in 1919 by members of the Amicale des employés de la Société des magasins Casino: members of the employees' Union of the Casino grocery chain. Since green was the colour of the chain, green jerseys were also adopted.
This is the new Lazio 09/10 Third shirt made by Puma which celebrates the club's 110th anniversary. Lazio Track and Field Club was founded on January 9, 1900 in the Prati district of Rome.
Lazio's colours of white and sky blue were inspired by the national emblem of Greece, due to the fact that L, zio is a mixed sports club this was chosen in recognition of the fact that the Ancient Olympic Games and along with it the sporting tradition in Europe is linked to Greece.
Originally Lazio wore a shirt which was divided into white and sky blue quarters, with black shorts and socks. After a while of wearing a plain white shirt very early on, Lazio reverted to the colours which they wear today. Some seasons Lazio have used a sky blue and white shirt with stripes, but usually it is sky blue with a white trim, with the white shorts and socks. The club's colours have led to their Italian nickname of biancocelesti.