This is the new - for the current campaign - Santos Nike Home football shirt and kit.
The Brazilian side has looked to the past for inspiration in this latest first choice offering, specifically the 2004 Brazilian title triumph.
Newcastle United unveiled the new Puma third kit for the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season which is available here.
Newcastle's 2014/15 Puma third kit was chosen from a shortlist by members of the Club's official Fans Forum, who selected a strip featuring a half-blue, half-green shirt - heavily influenced by the third kit worn during the Magpies' opening years in the Premier League between 1993 and 1995.
This is the new Santos Away shirt, by Nike, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the side's 1984 Brazilian championship victory.
Santos are famous for both their white - now Home - shirts, and their black and white stripes more commonly used in change jerseys. This version carries the latter, slightly thicker than in recent equivalents, along with a subtle roundneck collar and the Nike Swoosh logo in yellow. Further embellishment comes in the form of the numerous sponsors on the sleeves and shoulders - varying in abundance between the players' versions and the fans'.
This is the current CSKA Moscow adidas Home football shirt and kit, to be worn by the Russian side in both domestic and Uefa Champions League matches throughout 2014-15.
Returning to the famous blue and red stripes, the shirt is augmented with gold adidas stripes on the shoulders (matching the adidas logo), a neat roundneck collar and subtle blue trim acting as a faux-cuff on the sleeves. The club sponsor’s logo is rendered in white and is front and centre.
This is the 2014-15 season Away football shirt and kit, by adidas, for Russian football giants CSKA Moscow.
Heavily inspired by CSKA’s past as the official sporting wing of the USSR’s Soviet Army - the Russian ministry of defence is now a shareholder in the currently private entity - the white shirt is complemented with shades of grey camouflage-style pattern, along with grey collar and sleeve panels, and black adidas stripes on the shoulders. The adidas logo is in black, as is the sponsor’s logo, with the only true colour in the form of the faithful crest.
This is Luton Town FC’s current Home football shirt and kit, by Fila, being worn in the 2014-15 season as the Hatters return to the Football League as Conference champions.
Celebrating last season’s triumph, the orange shirt - so coloured due to a fan vote - is augmented with gold trim, with Italian supplier Fila even dispensing with their usual palette to render their branding in the metallic tone. Under the chest wordmark is an inscription to note the glorious promotion by way of topping the table and further embellishment comes in the form of subtle watermark horizontal stripes and the ongoing presence of the easyJet sponsor’s logo.
Luton Town, newly re-admitted to the English Football League after winning the Football Conference in 2013-14, have the pictured Fila shirt and kit as their current Away option.
The navy blue and orange striped shirt carries the now (in)famous Fila logos on each shoulder and the equally notorious easyJet sponsor logo across the chest. The sleeves and back of are plain navy.
This is the current Luton Town Third shirt and kit, by Italian manufacturer Fila, being utilised as a second change option by the Bedfordshire side in their 2014-15 season return to the English Football League.
In a colour that has been familiar as a first choice option for the Hatters for a large proportion of their history, the white shirt is trimmed with a neat, orange edged V-neck-cum-foldover collar - which matches the bold easyJet logo - a navy slim cuff detail, the Fila logos and the full detail crest.
The rapidly-ascending incarnation of the Rangers Football Club - now finding themselves in the Scottish Championship - have released their new Away football shirt and kit, by Puma, for this underway 2014-15 season.
A familiar style for the Ibrox faithful, the shirt is in white with subtle modern - and performance-geared - blue and red embellishments. The Puma logos and crest are in blue and the 32Red sponsor’s logo is in red, all in keeping with the Gers’ positioning as an intrinsically British side via their Union Jack stylings.
As is traditional for Bavarian heavyweights Bayern and 1860 Munich, the latter have released a football shirt and kit, by Uhlsport, celebrating the regional feast of Oktoberfest.
Limited to 1,860 examples to be retailed, the new shirt has the classic blue and white in a gingham style print, along with a neat polo shirt style collar in white.