This seems to be the new Greece home and away shirts for the 08/09 season made by Adidas. It's not officially out yet, but it looks like this is it.

This seems to be the new Greece home and away shirts for the 08/09 season made by Adidas. It's not officially out yet, but it looks like this is it.

The Hellenic Football Federation (HFF) and adidas have also extended their sponsorship deal until 2012.

'Natural alliance'
The sportswear manufacturer supplies all of the Greek national teams, including the senior squad that won UEFA EURO 2004™ and this week qualified for the 2008 finals, plus the 2007 UEFA European Under-19 Championship runners-up. "The extension of our sponsorship deal with the Hellenic Football Federation confirms a long-term and successful partnership which started in 2004. The partnership is a natural alliance between the No1 football brand and the 2004 European champions," said Herbert Hainer, Chairman and CEO of the adidas Group.

'Dynamic partnership'
HFF president Vassilios Gagatsis was equally delighted, saying: "With the tremendous success at UEFA EURO 2004™ in Portugal, the Greek national football team has clearly proven that sport is about achieving the impossible. We are proud to have adidas as our official partner and our primary objective will remain to enhance and build a long and dynamic partnership for the forthcoming years."

 This seems to be the new Greece home and away shirts for the 08/09 season made by Adidas. It's not officially out yet, but it looks like this is it.

Tournament suppliers
As the official sponsor of UEFA EURO 2008™, adidas will supply the official match balls as well as the equipment for the officials, referees, volunteers and ball boys. Greece secured the opportunity to defend their title in Switzerland and Austria following the 1-0 Group C triumph in Turkey on Wednesday.

Other partnerships
As well as the partnership with the HFF, adidas also provides equipment to the national associations of Argentina, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Spain and 2010 FIFA World Cup hosts South Africa. UEFA Champions League entrants AC Milan, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Real Madrid also endorse adidas products as do UEFA Cup contenders FC Bayern München.

Greece home shirt Euro 2008 made by Adidas

Famous players
Players including Michael Ballack, David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, Lionel Messi, Kaká, Raúl González and Juan Román Riquelme also boast individual deals and represent their respective clubs wearing adidas equipment.

Greece 08/09 training by adidas

 

 

 

 

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Comments (9)

  1. olkiej

Nice i like the white one..

 
  1. fsc

on the white one they should of put fold stripes as well to match \'ELLAS\' on the bottom of the shirt

 
  1. fsc

gold* stripes

 
  1. fsc

The white one really reminds me of toilet paper. I would never wear them, but I would be happy to wipe my butt with them!<br /><br />GO TURKIYE!!! :evil:

 
  1. fsc

what a shit jersey....

 
  1. fsc

I bought the white one today.. i have to say.. adidas have done a poor job, the 06/07 one was MUCH better.<br /><br />You can barely see the cross and it feels quite tatty, very very dissapointed =[<br /><br />might have to stick to the old one.. :0

 
  1. fsc

ARGH :-x :-x :angry: :angry:

 
  1. fsc

[quote=CimBomBrad]The white one really reminds me of toilet paper. I would never wear them, but I would be happy to wipe my butt with them!<br /><br />GO TURKIYE!!! :evil:[/quote]<br /><br />Who the f**k is this dimwit? :-?:

 
  1. fsc

[quote=Anonymous]what a shit jersey....[/quote]<br /><br />your comments are so inteligent, S**T for brains! :woohoo:

 
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