Burnley Football Club are proud to unveil the new home shirt to be worn for the 2008/09 season.

Burnley FC unveiled their new home shirt for the 08/09 season. Their club sponsor Holland's Pies will have their name emblazoned across the front and back of the new shirt, which is again manufactured by Italian sportswear manufacturer Errea.

The new shirt, which sees the return of the multi-coloured club crest, carries over the popular retro V-neck design from last season. In a return to tradition, the shirt will have light blue sleeves with white trim. The right hand side of the shirt also features a wide blue panel that is carried through to the predominantly white shorts.White socks with claret trim will complete the new kit, which again utilises revolutionary 'Active Dry' technology, which is at the cutting-edge of research in technical fabrics, incorporating a fabric that draws moisture away from the body as a step towards improved sporting performance.

Falkirk Football Club are pleased to reveal their new strips for season 2008/09

Falkirk Football Club are pleased to reveal their new home and away strips for the 08/09 season made by Puma. Both strips will be available in short sleeves, long sleeves and for the first time, ladies strips.The home strip will be on sale from Saturday 10th May and the white away strip goes on sale on Friday 27th June. The club shop will be accepting pre-orders from this Saturday.

Falkirk's traditional home colours are a dark navy blue top and white shorts. Their away colours usually alternate between red or white, but for the 2006-2007 season the away colours were yellow with a navy blue trim. The club also have a light blue strip, again with a navy trim, which is billed as a "cup strip".

Swansea City is proud to announce a three-year partnership agreement with international kit manufacturers UMBRO.

UMBRO will be the official supplier of all Swans' playing and training kit for the next three seasons from June '08 through to May 2011.

The agreement ties in perfectly with the club's new-found status as a Championship club for the first time in 24 years. Hot from the success of Swansea's promotion campaign, Swansea City's vice-chairman, Leigh Dineen, said: "We are delighted to team up with UMBRO. As a club we have worked extremely hard to attract a brand partner that matches the huge ambition of this football club.

MORECAMBE Football Club have announced new shirt sponsors for the 2008/09 season.

MORECAMBE'S players and fans will have a new name on their shirts next season after the club agreed another record sponsorship deal. Lancaster-based company mopay.co.uk will have their name on the shirts, which will be unveiled next month after agreeing a one-year deal, with the option of another two years.

The company, who replace Jiang Print, employ 40 people in CityLab in Da. Craig Smith is operations director at ShP solutions, of which mopay is a part, and he expressed his excitement at the deal, the biggest the company have ever done. He said: "I have always kept an eye on Morecambe and now I am looking forward to getting more involved next season. For us it is not just about writing a cheque, it is about getting involved as much as possible."

Bradford City will be having an all white change strip next season as they press forward with their promotion challenge

Bradford City will be having an all white change strip next season as they press forward with their promotion challenge. Supporters attending the Player of the Year Awards on Tuesday evening got the first glimpse of the new kit and the first photographs are on the official club website today.

The kit has claret and amber trim and also has the traditional black as a mark of respect to those who died following the Bradford Fire Disaster in 1985. The white kit has the black incorporated into the design of a ribbon which is embroidered on the sleeve. (It should be noted that this is not visible on the graphic on this page).

There are a limited number of commemorative fA Cup Final replica which supporters can buy at the pompey store.

Portsmouth reached the FA Cup final for the first time since 1939 in 2008. There are a limited number of commemorative FA Cup Final 2008 replica which supporters can buy at the pompey store.

A total of 7000 shirts have been ordered with aduld shirts costing GBP 45 and boys shirts GBP 40. Due the limited number these will go on sale on a first served basis but the club can only guarantee delivery of 5000 shirts before the FA Cup Final - although it is possible that more may be available. Supporters will need to complete a form with their details (available in store) and hand it in along with full payment.

1958 MATCH WORN FRANCE WORLD CUP SHIRT 3RD/4TH PLACE

Up for auction on Ebay: 1958 MATCH WORN FRANCE WORLD CUP SHIRT 3RD/4TH PLACE

The seller added the following : THIS SHIRT WAS WORN IN THE 1958 WORLD CUP FINALS HELD IN SWEDEN. IT WAS WORN IN THE 3RD/4TH PLACE PLAY OFF WIN V GERMANY (6-3) ON 28TH AUGUST. SHIRT COMES WITH DOUIS AIR FRANCE TICKET TO THE FINALS, AN UNUSED WORLD CUP POSTCARD, A FOLDING BOOKLET WITH PICTURE OF FRANCE SQUAD WITH FACSIMILE SIGNATURES AND A MONO PRESS PHOTO OF THE TEAM. YVONNE DOUIS PLAYED FOR THREE FRENCH CLUBS, LILLE, LE HAVRE AND MONACO. HE MADE 19 APPEARANCES FOR FRANCE BETWEEN 1953 AND 1959.

Dunfermline unveiled their new home and away kits for the 08-09 season made by Puma.

Dunfermline unveiled their new home and away kits for the 08-09 season made by Puma. For much of Dunfermline's history their home colours have been black and white striped shirts, with black shorts and black socks, though recently they have worn white shorts and white socks.

From the clubs formation in 1885 until 1901, the club's home colours were a plain maroon shirt with either navy or white shorts and either maroon, white or grey socks. The club then went through a period between 1901 and 1909 when their kits were blue. The club first wore their now well known black and white striped shirts in 1909 and have worn these colours every year apart from the 1971-72 season, were they wore all white, the 2004-05 season, were they wore a white shirt with a single black stripe running down the left side of the shirt and during the current season, were they currently wear an all white shirt with black shorts and white socks.

Liverpool FC Match worn 1985 European Cup Final Shirt

Up for auction on Ebay : Liverpool FC Match worn 1985 European Cup Final Goalkeeper Shirt

The seller added the following : This auction is for a liverpool, match worn 1985 european cup final shirt. It is made by adidas, has the number 1 on the back and was worn in the final by the Goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar. The adidas logo is printed on the shirt and the liverbird is fully embroidered along with the words 'european cup final 1985'. the tag on the neck states the size as Large, this is consistent with match issue/worn shirts as the measurments in inches and centimetres were not stated on the tag. The shirt is in excellent condition considering it is 0ver 20 yrs old, it has a little damage on the Left shoulder of the shirt where a small piece of stitching has come away on the 3 stripes of the addidas, this must have occured during the match as the shirt has been immaculatly cared for since the final.

This was the first time in their history that liverpool had worn adidas, and to add to the rariety of the shirt there were no more than 2 of these ever made, one with a number 1 on the reverse and the other with 17 even less than the champions league final shirts of today when many replicas and match issue shirts are produced. i was only able to obtain this through a extended member of my family who is Roy Evans, he was issued with his own shirt but also obtained Bruce's shirt to pass onto me as he knew i collected them. i will provide a letter with the shirt signed by mr Evans which proves beyond all doubt that this shirt is the genuine article.