Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Vélez Sarsfield  unveiled the new 2010 Home and Away Kits made by Penalty.

Vélez foundation dates back to 1910. It was on a rainy January 1 when three men sheltered from a summer storm in Vélez Sársfield Railway Station (nowadays Floresta station), from the Buenos Aires Western Railway. The three men were Julio Guglielmone, Martin Portillo and Nicolas Martín Moreno. They decided to create a new football club with the name and planned to join a local league.

On May 14, 1914, owing to the great amount of Italian immigrants who were members of the club, the kit was changed again. The new colours adopted were green, red and white, the colours of the Italian flag. From then on the club played in green, red and white stripes.

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

Velez Sarsfield 2010 penalty kits

 

 

 

 

Comments (4)

  1. scotty

very nice :smile: :yes:

 

Not bad, but I'm not a fan of Penalty.

 
  1. Alessio Pasquinelli

It's really wonderful

 
  1. fsc

I think they´re great. I mean, they are classic looking, enough for a centenary kit, but with a lot of details the fun like. From the pics, it looks like a quality shirt.<br />Maybe the sponsor is a bit too low, but thats the way its always been with Velez when they have the V as they had it originally (sometimes they've used it shorter, more inclined)

 
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