This is the new 3rd shirt of São Paulo made by Reebok for the 08/09 season

This is the new 3rd shirt of São Paulo made by Reebok for the 08/09 season. Jorge Wagner shows the new shirt on the picture at the official Reebok release.

Reebok announced that the black shirt will be used by the players in friendly and special events. A novelty is the exclusive fabric, 100% polyester and Play Dry technology, which facilitates the evaporation of the sweat. biggest change is the stars above the badge, which are moved to the back of the shirt.

The original badge, which was designed by Walter Ostrich in the early days of São Paulo, consists in a shield with a black retangle in the upper section with the initials SPFC in white.

Below the rectangle it shows a triangle with three colors: red, white and black). The badge also shows five stars, two gold and three red ones. The gold ones pay homage to Adhemar Ferreira da Silva's world and olympic records and the red ones represents the world championships won by São Paulo (1992/1993/2005).

This is the new 3rd shirt of São Paulo made by Reebok for the 08/09 season. Jorge Wagner shows the new shirt at the official Reebok release.

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (10)

  1. fsc

:cheer: thats a really very vry vry goooooooooooooooooooood shirtttttttttttt

 
  1. fsc
  1. fsc

Well, espectacular design. But it will never be used. The \"laws\" of the S?

 
  1. fsc
  1. fsc

The King of the world

 
  1. Andy

Good job. That's a nice drawing

 
  1. Jay

Yeah, that's gorgeous. Love the deep v-neck. Reminds me of Cameroon in 1990. Brilliant. If Johnny Borrell was a footballer...

 
  1. Adriano

You are stupid because Milan used white stripes many times on their kits Guest.

 
  1. Guest

Ugly. Milan will never use white for the next and the stripes

 
  1. Guest

the collar is orrible, and the rest not original...

 
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