Motherwell unveiled the new 2009/2010 Away Kit, in association with PSL and Canterbury.
Record sales of the new home kit has created a buzz around the change strip but with Canterbury facing much publicized difficulties recently, the launch was unfortunately delayed. This has also caused problems confirming an on-sale date but that should be confirmed soon.
The strip is available to view, in person, at the 'Well shop.
Middlesbrough unveiled their 09/10 Adidas away Kit, which the team will wear in action for the first time in the Carling Cup tie at Nottingham Forest later this month.
Modelled here by new signing Mark Yeates and young defender Jonathan Grounds, the 2009-10 away strip features a cyan shirt, shorts and socks, with the unmistakeable adidas stripes.
The away strip is being launched on the back of record home kit sales. Like the home shirt, the away top is available in short and long-sleeved versions.
The away shirt also features adidas Climacool fabric, an integrated system of technologies to regulate the wearer's body temperature, take sweat away from the body and allow air to circulate close to the skin.
Hamilton Academical unveiled the new 09/10 away Kit made by Nike with the logo of their new sponsor -Shoreline Energy International, who have agreed to sponsor the club's two away strips for 2009/10.
Manager Billy Reid is pictured with senior players Simon Mensing & Derek Lyle with the kit which will be worn for the first time at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock in the opening fixture of the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League season.
Also pictured with the players is Accies Chief Executive George Paterson and Godfrey Mitchell one of the executive directors of Shoreline International.
Club Atlético Vélez Sársfield unveiled the new 09/10 kits made by Penalty.
Velez foundation dates back to 1910. It was on a rainy day when three men sheltered from a summer storm in Vélez Sársfield Railway Station. They were Julio Guglielmone, Martin Portillo and Nicolas Martín Moreno.
Together, the friends established the Argentines of Velez Sarsfield Athletic Club(Club Atlético Argentinos de Velez Sarsfield) and appointed Luis Barredo as their first chairman. Their first home was the piece of land located at United Provincies St.-Provincias Unidas-, currently Juan Bautista Alberdi, Convention St, currently Jose Bonifacio, and Mariano Acosta and Ensenada. During its infancy, the team sported white shirts but soon changed to navy blue shirts with white shorts.
Manuel Pablo, Juca, Aranzubia, Juan Carlos Valerón and youth Alvaro Queijeiro revealed the new deportivo la coruna 09/10 kits made by Lotto to the public and media.
After the previous contract with Canterbury of New Zealand was cancelled due to causes attributable to the same company, Depor contacted Italian firm Lotto Sport and decided to sign a new deal that’s converting this sports apparel manufacturer in Depor’s supplier of uniforms for the next four seasons.
Charlton Athletic have revealed their new blue and black striped away kit for the 2009/10 campaign, which went on sale for the first time before the start of the season on last Saturday.
And with stocks of the new red home kit again running low following a high number of sales, supporters were be able to purchase the new away jerseys for the first time last weekend.
Charlton retail manager Michael Rea said: "Given how late in the summer we finalised the new sponsorship deal with Kent Reliance Building Society, we're really pleased to be able to have launched both new kits before the start of the season.
"Despite the delivery problems, sales have been really good for the red home shirts, and we're expecting the away kit to be just as popular."
The away kit, which features black shorts and black socks with a blue band around the top, is reminiscent of the seahawk and blue denim away kit that the Addicks wore two seasons ago.
"The seahawk and denim kit was one of the most sought after kits in recent years, so we're urging supporters who want to get their hands on the away kit to purchase it as early as possible," added Rea.
Fans should note that the Valley Superstore will be closed from 1pm on Friday to enable staff to prepare the store for the kit launch the following morning.