This is the Standard Liège 17/18 third football shirt by New Balance.
The third kit will be used during the 2017–18 Belgian First Division A, which is the 115th season of top-tier football in Belgium.
This is the new India 2017 home football kit by Nike.
Inspired by the history and heritage of the Blue Tigers, India’s latest Nike national team kit features a new shade of blue and an orange stripe that runs the length of the jersey and shorts.
This is the Real Zaragoza 2017 special edition shirt which was released to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Estadio La Romareda.
Estadio La Romareda is the home stadium of Real Zaragoza, in Zaragoza. It was inaugurated on September 8, 1957, with a game between Real Zaragoza and CA Osasuna (4-3). This anniversary shirt is inspired by the kit worn during that game.
Football clubs will be banned from signing shirt sponsorship deals with betting companies under a Labour government, as the party pledges to tackle a “hidden epidemic” of addiction and protect children from early exposure to gambling.
The policy, unveiled by deputy leader Tom Watson, is understood to be the first of a series of proposals to curb the power of gambling firms, ramping up pressure on the government ahead of its own review of the industry.
MRF Ltd, India’s leading tyre brand, have become the Official Tyre Partner of West Bromwich Albion for the 2017/18 season.
MRF’s logo will now feature on the left sleeve of the Albion’s home, away, third and goalkeeper kits, while the Premier League logo will remain on the right sleeve.
Newcastle United have named Indian tyre conglomerate Madras Rubber Factory Limited – more commonly known as MRF – as the club’s new shirt sleeve sponsor for the 2017/18 Premier League season.
MRF’s logo will now feature on the left sleeve of the Magpies’ home, away, third and goalkeeper kits, while the Premier League logo will remain on the right sleeve.