Shonan Bellmare 2010 a-line football kits

Shonan Bellmare unveiled their new 2010 J-league home, away and goalkeeper kits made by Italian kit manufacturer A-Line.

The name Bellmare is derived from the Latin "bellum" for "war" and "mare" for "sea". Shonan refers to a coastal area that includes Hiratsuka.

The club was founded in 1968 as Towa Estate Development S.C. in Tochigi city. They were promoted to the Japan Soccer League (JSL) Division 1 in 1972. They changed their name to Fujita Kogyo S.C. when Towa Estate Development gave up the ownership to their parent company Fujita Kogyo, which moved the club to Hiratsuka.

Shonan Bellmare 2010 a-line football kits

Shonan Bellmare 2010 a-line football kits

 

 

 

 

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Comments (3)

  1. Don End1 Fugihara

Nice KIT....<br /><br /> :roll:

 
  1. fsc

The kits look cheap... also, the stripes look way too thin...<br /><br />They aren't bad kits, but they aren't too good either...

 
  1. fsc

I don't know much about A-Line but this is a classic case of the drawings looking far superior to the finished product. The green shirt looks like it is washed out and the white shirt looks like its been boiled.<br />Poor.

 
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