Here are the new shirts for current Dutch Eredivisie champions FC Twente for the new 2010/11 season, manufactured by Diadora.
Twente from Enschende, caused a major upset last season when under the guidance of now departed manager Steve McClaren won the Dutch league title and qualifying automatically for the Champions League.
The home kit has a traditional all red look, with the shirt containing a harlequin style pattern subtly in a darker shade of red. Inside some of the diamonds there is the Twente 'prancing horse' emblem that is also located inside the logo. The folded collar with quite a wide open neck gives the shirt a bit of a classic feel to it also.
Twente's away shirt has two tones of blue, but contains the same pattern as the home, only the harlequins stand out a lot more on the light blue background.
Finally the third kit is black with a red trim in a slightly different style to the home, with it's exposed seems. The collar remains the same as the home and away but there is an extra gold colour in the V of the neck and also on the cuffs.
All shirts are sponsored by Arke, the Dutch brand name for what British users will know as Thomson Airways. Twente also have the honour of wearing a gold Eredivisie patch for the coming season, denoting their championship victory.
Thanks to FCTwente65, Lars, Jasper and Zekkie