AC Siena unveiled the new 09/10 kits designed by Kappa that will be used in the 2009/2010 season.
Formed in 1904 as Società Studio e Divertimento (Society for Study and Entertainment), a sports club characterized by a black and white check jersey (derived from the city of Siena coat of arms), it opened its football section, named Società Sportiva Robur, in 1908. The team finally became known as Associazione Calcio Siena in 1933/1934.
Medoc, the Nottingham-based technology solutions company has also been confirmed as the home shirt sponsor. Medoc sponsored the Notts County FC Centre of Excellence last year, and was shirt sponsor to the Club between 2006 and 2008.
The new Notts County FC 09/10 strip was worn for the first time by the team in their season opener against Bradford City at Meadow Lane yesterday.
Partick Thistle FC and Greaves Sports unveiled Scottish football’s first ever camouflage kit – also believed to be the first camouflage strip in world football which features pink.
Official retailer Greaves Sports, kit manufacturer Puma and designers Genesis combined to come up with the concept with the pink element retained on the back of the success – on and off the park – of last year’s change top.
Cheltenham Town unveiled the new 09/10 away kit made by Errea.
Cheltenham Town is currently playing in League Two, the fourth tier of English football. Founded in 1887, the team has played at four different grounds, namely Agg-Gardner's Recreation Ground, Whaddon Lane, Carter's Field and now the Abbey Business Stadium, although it is more commonly known as Whaddon Road. Their nickname is The Robins.
Miss Worcester, Leanne Groutage, launched Worcester City's new kits made by Macron for the 2009/10 season at Saint George's Lane.
The bottom picture shows Leanne modelling, on the left, the away kit and, on the right, the home kit. The kit, manufactured by Macron, has been supplied by West Wales Print & Sports.
The shirt fronts carry the logo of M. Pinches & Sons Ltd who remain as shirt sponsors for the fifth year. The club is grateful for their continued support and loyalty in this extremely difficult economic climate.
The backs of the shirts show the npower logo. The club is also greatly appreciative of their support as club sponsors. Kevin Peake, marketing director at npower, said “npower has a proud history of supporting sports in Worcester at all levels through rugby, cricket, basketball and football. We are delighted to continue our sponsorship of Worcester City Football Club, encouraging more local children to participate in sport to reap the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle.”