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Benfica announced that the colour of 3rd shirt for the 2010/11 seasons will be chosen by fans.

The kit vote is open only to members, until July 31. So far, cream orange is winning with 50%+ of the votes as you can see here.

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Benfica presented the new away shirt made by adidas for the 2009/10 season.

The ceremony took place at the Museum of Design and Fashion.

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This seems to be the new Juventus 09/10 away football shirt made by Nike which will be available through the FSC shop soon.

The Juventus 09/10 away shirt is grey with black and white stripes coming down diagonally. Embroidered team badge and logo with screened on sponsor in front. Nike Fit Dry fabric that wicks the sweat away to keep you dry and comfortable.

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Raith Rovers new 09/10 home kit was unveiled today at ACA Sports' shop in Kirkcaldy High Street.

The new home top is navy with white side panels and a navy collar, and the club crest and Puma logo are featured on the chest above the name of the main sponsor O’Connell’s Bar & Diner. The back of the shirt carries the name of Evans Halshaw Ford.

The shorts are all navy with white flashing on each leg, and the socks are navy with a white panel on the calf and PUMA logo on the shin.

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F.C. Copenhagen unveiled the new football shirts for the 2009/2010 season. Kappa and the Danish champions have officially presented five new 09/10 kits and a goalkeeper kit.

In domestic competitions they will use the white home jersey as worn above by Mikael Antonsson, and the black away shirt, which is here worn by Thomas Kristensen. In the European competitions they will also play in white at home – the one Cesar Santin has on - where the most notable difference are the blue Kappa logos on the shoulders.

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Hearts revealed the brand new Umbro away kit for the 2009-10 season.

The brand new away shirt is predominantly sky blue with navy sleeves and flashes. The shorts are navy with sky blue socks and navy flashes.

Uniquely designed for Hearts and making best use of Umbro technology, the brand new away kit for 2009-10 is already popular with players and is sure to be the same with supporters.

Ruben Palazuelos who modelled the new kit commented, "I really like the new away kit and I hope our supporters do, too.

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FC Augsburg unveiled the new 09/10 kits made by Do You Football.

"We have integrated the city of Augsburg symbolic in both new jersey and designed an individual collection for FC Augsburg," says Bernd funds, managing director of DO YOU FOOTBALL, about the new jerseys.

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Wrexham unveiled its new 2009/10 home kit made by Umbro.

Here we see Neil Taylor once again getting the job of demonstrating the latest shirt, which has predominately white arms in much the same way we saw back in 2001.

A slightly retro collar finishes off a strip that incorporates that classic Wrexham red look which has proved so popular down the years. This season the red top will be finished off with white shorts and socks.

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Brighton and Hove Albion unveiled the new red and black 09/10 away kit made by Errea.

The material is manufactured using Errea's revolutionary nanotechnology, which makes the shirt water resistant, antibacterial and stain resistant.

The kit also features black shorts with a red trim, and red socks with a black trim.

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Gillingham unveiled their brand new 2009/10 kit made by Vandanel.

Although Gillingham have long been associated with the colours blue and white, the original New Brompton side wore a strip consisting of black and white striped shirts with black shorts.

With the renaming of the club in 1913, the black and white strip was dropped in favour of red shirts with blue sleeves, emblazoned with the borough's coat of arms. The striped shirts returned after World War One, before finally being replaced with the now-familiar combination of plain blue shirts and white shorts in 1931.

More recent years have seen several variations on the blue and white colour scheme.