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This is the new Ferencváros 09/10 Home football shirt, designed by Nike in classic colours which prominently display the club's history.

Dri-FIT fabric to wick sweat away and help keep you dry and comfortable, rib crew-neck and cuffs, mesh panel at side-seams, fabric: Dri-FIT.

Available here:

The club colours are green and white, and the club mascot is a green eagle; hence came the club's nicknames, 'The Green Eagles'.

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Comments (11)

  1. Guest

home kit is stunning.Away not quite sure.:yes:

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Yeah, away is pretty nasty. Home is great though, just get rid of the shoulder logos and thats a winner.

 
  1. Guest

Im a Swans fan and nice kit but swansea.com is not next seasons sponser

 
  1. Guest

fair play m8 ..... bravo ...........well done like these are awsome

 
  1. Guest
  1. Guest

worst kit ive ever seen, and seen as paddy power is the sponsor next season this will remain your " fantasy kit "

 
  1. fsc

nice not the best but nice

 
  1. fsc

Nice and simple enough, no garish sponsor or unnecessary designs, but it is another shirt wasted by a huge patch/space for a name and number. How did football fans ever manage to recognise players in the decades before these pointless patches were introduced...............<br /><br />Does anyone actually know why shirt patches were introduced in the first place?

 
  1. fsc

so when the first lol :woohoo: tomorrow?

 
  1. fsc

Seedy Loner, the solid back for striped and hooped shirts have been introduced by various competitions (the UEFA Champions League and Europa League to name just two that I know for sure) as mandatory in order to make identification of players easier for officials. The part of the back of the shirt where the number is located (but not necessarily the name, IIRC) has to be solid in the UCL and UEL. A lot of other competitions are the same way, and a lot of teams will make their shirts in compliance with this rule in case they qualify and keep the same shirt for the next season. As for when it was introduced, I don\'t know, but it was mandatory in the competitions I know of within the last 4 or 5 years I think.

 
  1. fsc

quality kit, but who are Ferencvaros??

 
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