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This is the Admiral Away football shirt and kit for the newly-ratified member of Uefa, Gibraltar.

The grey/white shirt is complemented with a diagonal line watermark with a stylised red stripe running vertically behind the crest.

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This is the Admiral Gibraltar Home football shirt and kit, as worn in the side's historic first full-ratified international friendly as a fully-fledged member of Uefa.

The red kit with white details was carried by the team in their incredible draw with Slovakia.

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This is the new special and limited edition Melbourne Heart Third kit for the 2013-14 season, manufactured by Kappa.

The kit, which was designed by a club member by way of a competition, includes a shirt in a white and red partitioned design, inspired by the colours of Ajax and the style of shirt worn by Genoa - the two clubs played for by John van 't Schip, Heart's manager during their most successful season - 2011-12.

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The Brazilian side Clube Atlético Paranaense have released a special and limited edition shirt to commemorate the national Seleção's World Cup victory at USA '94.

The blue shirt, which apes the Away style worn by the Brazil national team at the 1994 World Cup - most notably in the thrilling quarter-final victory over the Netherlands and the semi-final defeat of Sweden - replaces the national team's specific details with Paranaense crests but is otherwise a relatively faithful reinterpretation.

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This is the new special edition Monterrey 2013 Club World Cup Home shirt by Nike.

The blue and white striped shirt, with orange v-neck collar and cuffs, is an adaptation of the standard Mexican league version, this time simplified to contain only one sponsor - as per Fifa rules.  The sponsor is Carta Blanca Cerveza and this appears on the front of the shirt, along with the Nike Swoosh logo and club crest.

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This is the new special edition Associação de Futebol Chapecoense 'Brazil '94' football shirt by Umbro.

The shirt, which is a markedly faithful reproduction of the style of shirt worn by Brazil in the 1994 World Cup (USA '94) - where they were victorious - and then amended to include a fourth star (denoting the fourth World Cup victory) and slight change of watermark soon after the finals, was worn as Chapecoense celebrated their promotion to Brazil's Serie B in their match versus Palmeiras - who have their own Brazil tribute shirt.

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This is the new West Bromwich Albion Third football shirt and kit for the 2013-14 season, by adidas.

The kit is the adidas Condivo template - worn by the side in red and blue in the 2012-13 season - in catalogue teamwear form, with the Baggies' crest and sponsor, Zoopla, added.  Red has been seen on several West Brom change kits in recent years - including this season's Away - and this time it is complemented with white stripes, trim and details on the shirt, shorts and socks.

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