Here are the new Málaga CF kits for the 2010/11 La Liga season, produced by Chinese manufacturer Li-Ning.
This is the first shirt made by Li-Ning that Málaga will have played with since leaving from Umbro. Li-Ning will also be sponsoring fellow La Liga side Espanyol.
The home shirt sees a little bit of change from last season's light blue and white striped shirt with a reintroduction of darker, royal blue stripes although they are in a gradiented fashion and turn into light blue stripes further towards the top of the shirt. The 'Boquerón' symbol remains on the back of the shirt near the collar. Boquerón being the nickname of the club and translating as 'Anchovies' in English. Along with it will be the flags of Málaga, Andalucia and Spain. Above this are the words 'Memoria - Compromiso - Fe' which in English means 'Memory - Commitment - Faith'
The away strip is a tribute to the 70th anniversary of La Rosaleda, the stadium of Málaga, and sees a return to black. Also present is a sash in the club's colours of white and blue.
The third shirt comes in an orange colour, something that was on the wish list of Málaga fans and is a continuation from last season when a third shirt was required for a few games and an orange one was made. The third also contain the motto of 'Memoria - Compromiso - Fe' along with the 'Boquerón' logo present in the home kit.