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Corinthians unveiled their new 09/10 Third football kit designed by Nike.

Corinthians celebrate their 99th birthday on the 1st of September and the celebrations have already begun. Made by Nike, the shirt has a classic design, inspired by European teams shirts, black stripes on the front and back and gold numbers.

The crest is identical to the home and away shirts, and has the phrase "Corinthians my life" is on the inside.

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Nottingham Forest unveiled the new Away kit made by Umbro for 2009/10 season.

The new 09/10 shirt, available through the FSC shop, will be on sale on Friday morning from 9am with the club shop staying open until 8pm the same night.

Supporters will be able to get their hands on the new away kit the following morning from 9am before Derby County arrive at The City Ground for the 1pm kick-off.

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This is the Fluminense 09/10 third football shirt designed by adidas, manufacturer of the team since 1996. The shirt highlights the traditional colours of Fluminese.
 
Produced in 100% polyester, and has the unique ClimaCool and Climalite technologies.

It’s on sale at adidas stores and and major sport shops in the Brazil since August 12.

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Palmeiras unveiled their new 09/10 Third football shirt made by adidas.

Palmeiras was founded by Luigi Cervo, Vicenzo Ragognetti, Luigi Emanuele Marzo and Ezequiel Simone, four Italian men who were members of the Italian community of São Paulo and was initially named Palestra Italia. Its original colors were red, white and green (those of Italy). The name change occurred during World War II. Brazil entered the war supporting the allies and its dictatorship forced Palestra Italia to change its name because of the reference to Italy.

Palmeiras have played in blue shirts twice as a tribute to the Italian National Team.

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CA Osasuna officially unveiled the new kits for the 2009/2010 season today at the Reyno de Navarra stadium. Italian clothing sponsor Diadora, who started sponsoring CA Osasuna last season launched the three new kits CA Osasuna will be wearing during the upcoming season in La Liga.

The new home jersey features the traditional red and blue colors in a new design. The new goalkeeper’s kit and the training gear for the 2009/2010 season was also  unveiled on Wednesday.

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Portsmouth unveiled their new 09/10 Home kit made by Canterbury, which is available through the FSC shop.

Portsmouth's first ever kit had a shirt that was salmon pink in colour with white shorts and maroon socks. This kit lasted until 1909 when they changed to white shirts with royal blue shorts and socks. This kit lasted just two years before it was changed for blue shirts, white shorts and black socks.

This was Portsmouth's home strip up until 1947 when the socks were changed to red; this coincided with the club's most successful period and has remained the favoured colours for majority of the time since. Yellow and more recently gold have also been used as secondary colours on the club's home shirts. For the 2008-09 season Portsmouth's first choice home colours are blue shirts with blue shorts and socks. The club has revert to its traditional strip for the 2009-10 season.

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Boca Juniors unveiled their new home kit made by nike for the 09/10 season.

Juan Forlin, Lucas Viatrio, Javier Garcia and Ricardo Noir presented the new shirts.

In addition, Nike introduced an exclusive Nike place. A unique place for the fan of Boca to feel at home. On display there are the shirts made by Nike since 1997, all models for each of the competencies. A delight for the eyes of the fans.

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This is the limited edition Barcelona football shirt designed especially for the 2009 edition of the Juan Gamper Tournament. To celebrate the club's foundation year, only 1899 units were produced worldwide. FC Barcelona will wear the special kit for the Trofeo Joan Gamper game against Manchester City this month that will be dedicated to the MÉS project that the club, Nike and UNHCR founded last December.

Instead of donning the traditional Blaugrana colours for the match on August 19 in Camp Nou, Pep Guardiola's team will play in the new shirt that will carry the MÉS logo and red shorts.

The packaging and shirt it contains have been manufactured entirely from recycled materials.

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