Swansea City unveiled their new 2008-2009 home kit for the Championship made by manufacturer Umbro.
The Swans have retained their famous black and white colours and will once again be sponsored by Swansea.com. Swansea City's vice-chairman, Leigh Dineen, said: "As a club we worked extremely hard to attract a brand partner that matches the huge ambition of this football club.
"As our support has continued to grow substantially over the last few seasons, the demand to satisfy our fans' merchandising needs has also increased dramatically.
"This kit, together with our new range of leisurewear, will help take us to a new level and I'm sure the fans will be delighted with the quality and range of merchandise for the coming season in the Championship.''
The club has managed to keep the kit prices the same as last season with adult shirts priced at £40 for short sleeve and £45 for long sleeve. Shorts are £16 and socks £8.
Junior shirts from small to XL child are priced at £30 (short sleeve) and £35 (long sleeve), while shorts are £13 and socks £6.
The club has also developed a smaller range of kits from 2-3 years up to 6-7 years, priced at £34 for the full kit.
The kit will go on sale in the club shop at the Liberty Stadium from 10am - 5pm on Saturday and 11am - 5pm on Sunday.