New Germany home shirt euro 2008 by adidas

The pictures are out on the web for a while now, but the DFB have officially launched their new Germany home kit for the 08/09 season and EURO 2008 made by Adidas. All the years of their World Cup and European Cup wins are embroidered in the collar of the shirt.

A wide black-red-golden strip is put across the chest of the players. Into this strip, the number of the respective player and the Logo of the DFB are integrated - and symbolize the solidarity between the single player, the team and the entire nation.

New Argentina home shirt 08/09 by adidas

The new Argentina home shirt has been officially launched by AFA. At the same time we like to introduce FSC's new kit reviewer Chris Simpson, a passionate collector of football shirts from Scotland who shines his light over the new Argentina shirt. Here's his quick review on the new Argentina shirt 08/09 by Adidas.

ARGENTINA 2008/9 Home shirt
First impression of the new Adidas Argentina home shirt is a nostalgic nod back in time to the historic jersey immortalised by Mario Kempes in winning the Argentina World Cup in 1978. .
For starters the width of those famous aqua & white stripes bear more than a passing resemblance to the earlier Adidas version which also had a white rounded collar as has been adopted here too.

new holland away kit euro 2008 by nike

 The new Holland away kit for the 2008/2009 season has been officially launched by the KNVB.

For the first time in Dutch football kit history there has been chosen for the colour "Nassau blue", a colour that has a narrow tie with the Royal Dutch Family. The three colours of the national flag - red, white and blue - runs across the chest in thin lines. The modern V-neck has a "Kings blue" colour. The very same colour can be found in a subtle line on the side of the shirt and in the Name and Number on the back. The logo of the KNVB is displayed on the left side, the Nike logo on the right.

New Mexico home shirt 08/09 by adidas

We have showed some pictures of the new green mexico shirt some weeks ago, but now the new Mexico kit for the 08/09 season has been officially launched. It looks like the home shirt stays green and not white as suggested by their head coach Hugo Sanchez. The Goalkeeper shirt is black.

 New italy 08/09 away shirt made by Puma

World champions Italy unveiled their new away team uniform Tuesday prior to their important November 17th qualifier against Scotland in Glasgow.

The white shirt was unveiled by team officials, coach Roberto Donadoni, FIFA World Player of the Year Fabio Cannavaro and PUMA Italia General Manager Andrea Rogg.

Rovers winger Bentley turned up on the Old Trafford pitch with the legend 'BETNLEY' emblazoned across the back of his shirt.

Things didn't quite go according to plan for Blackburn on Sunday. Two first-half goals from Cristiano Ronaldo condemned Mark Hughes' men to a 2-0 defeat, and a soft red card for David Dunn only added to the manager's frustration.

But one look at the back of David Bentley's shirt revealed even the Blackburn kitman had an off-day.

Rovers winger Bentley turned up on the Old Trafford pitch with the legend 'BETNLEY' emblazoned across the back of his shirt.

1000 pink Umbro everton shirts for sale

Over £700 was generated through the online auction of the limited edition Ladies Day pink replica everton shirt . The popularity of the shirt has been unprecedented and permission has been granted from the Premier League to sell the shirts in the New Year with a contribution going direct to Breast Cancer Campaign.

Due to unprecedented interest in the pink Everton Breast Cancer Awareness shirt the official everton store have ordered 1000 of the shirts in girls’ and ladies’ sizes. These are expected to become available in late January. More details will follow.

Scotland have not always played in the distinctive dark blue shirts we associate with the team. On at least nine occasions between 1881 and 1951 they played in the primrose and pink racing colours of racehorse owner Archibald Philip Primrose, Lord Rosebery.

Scotland have not always played in the distinctive dark blue shirts we associate with the team. On at least nine occasions between 1881 and 1951 they played in the primrose and pink racing colours of racehorse owner Archibald Philip Primrose, Lord Rosebery.

Rosebery developed a keen in interest in association football and was an early patron of the sport in Scotland. In 1882 he donated a trophy, the Rosebery Charity Cup, to be competed for by clubs under the jurisdiction of the East of Scotland FA. The competition lasted over 60 years and raised thousands of pounds for charities in the Edinburgh area.

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