This seems to be the new Liverpool 09/10 away shirt made by adidas.

This is a leaked picture and it will take a while until the official kit launch later this year.

Thanks to TheReds


Sheffield Wednesday announced a major new partnership with global sportswear giants PUMA, who will provide the club's playing kit for the next six years.

Having supplied the club's playing kit during the Premier League days of the 1990s, PUMA will once again provide all official Wednesday playing and training wear from this summer right through until 2015.

The partnership sees Sheffield Wednesday resume an excellent relationship with one of the world's leading manufacturers of sports teamwear with design work already underway on Sheffield Wednesday's home kit for the 2009/10 season.

Sheffield Wednesday chairman, Lee Strafford, said: "I am delighted that we have been able to secure a deal with PUMA to supply all official kits and training wear for the next six years.


As reported earlier, in honour of a player who helped them win their first major trophy, Manchester United will play in a remake of the historic kit from 1909 next 09/10 season.

Now, there have been some “leaked” 09/10 manchester United shirts on the web already, but this actually looks like the shirt used in 1909.

What do you think, could this be the new 09-10 Manchester United away shirt made by Nike?



Most recently it was rumored that Le Coq Sportif will provide the new kits for Everton Football Club starting from the 2009-2010 season. 

These seem to be some leaked design options of what could be the new 09/10 Everton Home and away or 3rd shirt made by Le Coq Sportif. 

Le Coq Sportif also supplied kits to Everton from 1983 until 1986.



The newly-redesigned Colorado Rapids home and away replica shirts for the 09/10 season were unveiled here for the first time a while ago but now the club officially launched their new 09/10 kits. 

The Rapids' authentic shirts feature a special 5280 on the back, and a US flag on the sleeve, some of the details that separate the authentic jerseys from the replica jerseys this year. 

Authentic short sleeve and long sleeve shirts will be available while supplies last only! Also available for the presale will be Rapids replica jerseys, and the Rapids' third jerseys, whose design is the only one that remains the same as last season.  



Huddersfield Town has announced a commercial agreement with international pharmaceutical company Thornton + Ross Ltd that will see the Huddersfield-based business sponsor the Club's away shirt for the 2009/10 season.

Founded in 1922, Thornton + Ross Ltd is the largest independent pharmaceutical manufacturer in the UK with a rapidly expanding portfolio and their corporate social responsibility fits perfectly with Huddersfield Town's own hard-working and expanding community programme.

Thornton + Ross, which employs over 350 people, has an impressive product portfolio encompassing a number of well-known over-the-counter medicine brands, including Covonia, Crampex, Setlers, Radian B, and Mycota, as well as Zoflora - the UK's leading disinfectant. They also have a thriving export business.

The Club is running a competition for supporters to guess which Thornton + Ross brand will appear on the front of the shirt. The first five correct entries will win a FREE away shirt when they are released for sale in June 2009.

Director of Business Development, Sean Jarvis, said: "To secure such a high-profile, international company as the sponsor for our away shirt is a real coup and speaks volumes about how the Club is perceived both locally and nationally.

"I know that there are many Clubs up and down the country, from the Premiership to League Two, that are struggling to find a commercial sponsor so we are delighted to have secured the backing of such a well established company.

"Huddersfield Town is proud to be one of the cornerstones of the community; the same can be said of Thornton + Ross and we are looking forward to working together to improve what we do over the next year.

"The competition is a bit of fun and the actual brand that will appear on the kit will be made public later this month."


Bristol Rovers are seeking a new shirt sponsor for next season.

The club are changing their sponsor for the first time in over a decade, and are encouraging local and national businesses to get involved with the club.

The package will offer potential sponsors exposure on a national level, additional advertising at the Memorial Stadium, and many other perks.

Current sponsors Cowlin Construction have decided not to renew their deal at the end of the season.
Cowlin have sponsored Rovers for the last 11 years, and it has been a very successful relationship.

Rovers director Barry Bradshaw said: "We really appreciate all the support Cowlin have given us over the last 11 years, it has been a hugely successful working relationship for both parties.

"But now we are looking to the future and are excited about the prospect of forging new relationships. 


ASR Netherlands will take over the current Feyenoord shirt sponsorship contract from Fortis for the new 2009-2010 season. This sponsorship will be used to promote the new name, ASR Verzekeringen (ASR Insurance), which has been introduced to replace Fortis ASR.

The name Fortis will totally disappear at Feyenoord and everything related to Fortis will be replaced by ASR Insurance. The ASR Insurance sponsored shirts will be available before the new season. On boarding at the Feyenoord Stadium the new name will be shown at the next home game on March 15 against PSV.

Feyenoord general manager Eric Gudde is glad it is now clear what name will be on the shirts next season: "Under what name the sponsorship would be completed, was unclear because of the developments surrounding Fortis. We already know ASR from the "Stad Rotterdam" sponsorship period as a valued partner. We are pleased with this outcome. "



Leicester City announced a partnership with LOROS that will see the charity's name carried on the club's away shirt for the 2009/10 season.

As part of the club's celebrations for their 125th anniversary, supporters were given the chance to vote for what they wanted to see on the front of the home shirt.

A huge majority of fans chose to keep the shirt blank - but there was also a large following who wished to see the club tie in with a charity.

And after listening to those supporters, chairman Milan Mandaric announced that he would be handing the away shirt sponsorship to a regional charity.

Over 50 organisations submitted applications, and after initially whittling it down to a short-list of four the club can now confirm that LOROS will be displayed on the front of the club's away shirt next season.

Lee Hoos, LCFC Chief Executive, said: "It has been an extremely difficult selection process as you can imagine because there are so many worthwhile causes in the region.