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The images here show the new Indonesia Home football shirt and kit, by Nike, marketed as to be worn for the next two years which will be available here.

The Garuda Jaya (or “Victorious Eagles” will turn out in the traditional red shirt with green and white embellishment. The deeper-than-average V-neck collar is trimmed in white, partially, with the upper part in green for continuity with the shoulder panelling. This combination is repeated on the sleeve cuffs, with the Nike Swoosh logo in white and the Indonesian FA crest housed in a discreet red shield.

Sunderland sported a special one-off third kit when they faced Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Monday night.

The kit was intended to be worn in the unlikely event of a colour clash with both the home and away strips.

German side 1. FC Köln yesterday - Sunday 2nd November 2014 - in their match against Freiburg, wore a special kit, by Erima, celebrating the famous Cologne carnival.

The shirt, also being retailed, is in the standard white with red, but this time the white body is complemented with vertical stripes on the sides, with gold detailing, and red sleeves. There is also a watermark of further flourishes, all as a tribute to the Carnival Prince, the leader of carnival week's main parades. The collar and cuffs also have gold trim and the Erima logo and standard crest sandwich the city coat of arms above the Rewe club sponsor logo. 

This is the new Derry City Umbro Home shirt - to be worn in the 2015 season and, firstly, in the upcoming FAI Cup Final, 2014 season climax, against St. Patrick's Athletic.

In the standard red and white striped style, this time with the red stripes thicker than the white, the shirt also has a contrasting neat black collar. The sponsor's logo - reading, aptly on an Umbro shirt, Diamond Corrugating - is front and centre, and the Umbro logo is black with the embroidered crest on the opposite side. The overall look of the shirt may recall, for some, that of recent Umbro Athletic Bilbao Umbro designs.

The images here show the new Bulgaria kits - Home and Away - by Joma, to be worn for the remainder of the national side's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.

The red Away shirt is very plain, with a neat roundneck collar design, large but unobtrusive cuffs and the only true contrast being the Joma logos in white on the chest and shoulders. The crest is also full colour on the chest.

These are the new Thailand Home and Away shirts and kits, by Grand Sport, to be worn over the next 18 months to two years, through 2015 and into 2016.

The new Away shirt is purple with watermarked block horizontal stripes, plain sides and sleeves, and is completmented with a contrast white tailored-style shirt/polo shirt collar. To complete the look are purple shorts and socks - the former with subtle white trim.

Central Coast Mariners, of the Australian A-League, have released their new 2014-15 season Home football shirt and kit, by Kappa.

The minimalist shirt - in its basic design - is in a golden yellow and complemented with navy trim in the form of the neat V-neck collar and the cuffs. The Kappa logos are also in navy and further graphical enhancement is provided by the league and sponsorship logos, along with the newly designed 10 year anniversary crest.

This is the new Central Coast Mariners Away football shirt and kit, by Kappa, for this 2014-15 season.

The Australian A-League side will wear a navy shirt when required to change, with gold Kappa logos and a neat V-neck collar. The shirt is otherwise plain, with just the embellishment that comes via league and sponsorship logos.

Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners wore a pink kit in their 2-1 defeat to Wellington Phoenix on 18th October.

Produced by manufacturer Kappa, the design is largely plain with a V-neck collar, and carries the usual league logos and sponsors - with the addition of collaborator Brightfield Integrated Facilities Management's branding - and was carried, and retailed, to raise money for, and raise the profile of, the Australian Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day - specifically the Erina Community Health Centre.

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