Last month we showed you the Fantasy football shirt designs Part 1 collection. Here you have a fantasy football shirt design collection made by Tommyd.
Following the Crystal Palace 08/09 Errea shirt design vote of last week,Oldham Athletic are giving supporters the opportunity to choose the club's new away kit following last season's successful vote. A new change kit will be introduced next season, with the current tangerine kit becoming the second change strip.
The club is once again giving fans the opportunity to choose the new kit from four designs and colourways supplied by kit manufacturers Carlotti.
Sports chain JJB Sports has agreed to pay back consumers who were unlawfully overcharged for football shirts. It’s agreed to give part-refunds to fans after Which? took legal action against the high street chain.
JJB was part of a cartel of seven companies fined a total of more than £16 million in 2003 for fixing the price of England and Manchester United football shirts in 2000 and 2001. Fans who paid up to £39.99 for certain England and Manchester United football shirts during specific periods in 2000 or 2001 and joined the "which" case against JJB Sports will receive a payment of £20 each.
Corriere dello Sport says Inter Milan are on the verge of an 140 million Euro-plus kit agreement with Nike. The club's contract with Nike, which previously ran until 30 June 2009, was worth around 9 million euros a season.
The next one will run ten years, and it will be worth more than any other contract ever agreed between the American sports brand and a football club (not counting the Brazilian national team).
These are the new Feyenoord home and away centenary football shirts for 2008. The shirts are made by kappa to celebrate the club's 100th birthday.
Wim Jansen and Rinus Israel received the shirts from general manager Eric Gudde, which gave this event a historical touch. Jansen and Israel won the 1970 Europe Cup 1 against Celtic in a shirt that was used as inspiration for the centenary shirts.
A little-known fact about Mary, Queen of Scots was that she enjoyed sport. Mary would swing a golf club or tennis racket from time to time and she was a spectator at sporting competitions. But did she also play football – Scotland's national sport?
During an excavation project inside Stirling Castle in the mid-1970s, workers came upon a small round object tucked behind the thick oak-panelled walls of the bed chamber once used by Mary. What they found was a leather ball, slightly larger than a softball. But it was not just any ball.
Panathinaikos launched a centenary football shirt made by Adidas to celebrate the clubs 100th birthday.
The club was founded in 1908 as POA (Podosferikos Omilos Athinon), the Football Club of Athens, when George Kalafatis and a number of athletes decided to break away from their athletic club, Panellinios GS, and form a new club which would be dedicated to football.