The Cambridge United home kit is due to be replaced at the end of this season and they are currently in discussions with kit supplier Vandanel about new kit designs.

The preferred shirt design was rejected by the authorities for having too much black in the design so the club have four more to consider and would like the fans feedback and opinions.


Sheffield Wednesday unveiled the club's new home kit for the 2009/10 season designed by official teamwear partners PUMA.

Having recently announced a new six-year partnership with PUMA, the sportswear manufacturers have worked quickly to produce a classic design for the Owls' home kit which will be worn by the first team from this summer onwards.

The shirt is also emblazoned with the Children's Hospital, Sheffield's logo after Sheffield Wednesday gave the next two seasons' kit sponsorship to the local charity.

Sheffield Wednesday chairman, Lee Strafford, said: "I am proud that we are able to unveil the digital design for next season's home kit so soon after securing our partnership with PUMA. I think the design they have produced, showcasing the Children's Hospital logo, will become recognised as a vintage Wednesday kit and will prove very popular with our supporters.


Malaga and their technical sponsor Umbro, have presented the new 09/11 home kit which will be worn in the 2009/10 and 2010/11 seasons.

With the introduction of the new 09/11 kit from Málaga Club de Fútbol, UMBRO also launches a limited number of shirts as a tribute to the president, Fernando Sanz.

100 shirts, with the name of the President of the Málaga Football Club on the back, as well as a silk screen image on the sleeve will be available. Moreover, a tag with identification number of the limited edition shirt.


The Nike/Poland kit deal was agreed in november 2008, and back then they stated that the new Polish home kit would be revealed early January 2009.

At the time, Poland was given a Temporary home kit, but now that the World Cup qualifying starts again, Poland received it's new home kit with Nike's latest template, which will be worn in the match against Northern Ireland.

For those who missed it... We organized our own nike/Poland kit design contest on, with some spectacular entries which you can all see here.


Reina, Xavi, Riera, Marchena, Silva, Villa, Arbeloa, Fernando Llorente, Cazorla, Xabi Alonso and Senna were the eleven players who participated in the presentation of the new Adidas football kits for the upcoming Confederations Cup.

In the Hall of the headquarters of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, which has been decorated for the occasion, the presentation of the new kits began with the showing of a video under the slogan 'Hunters impossible. "

The players came on stage wearing the new kit and black paint marks on their face.

We were requested to withdraw the image.

This seems to be what we've been waiting for.. the new England home shirt 2009 made by Umbro.

The picture was taken from an Umbro brochure.



As the new England shirt has been crafted by top bespoke tailors, based on bodily contours and the aesthetics of the anatomy, Umbro have changed the way their sizing works.

Small, Medium and Large are a distant memory as we move into the realms of chest sizes.  Having the choice between 34,36,38,40,42,44,46,48 and 50 will help you to achieve that fitted tailored look.



The new Wales away kit 2009/2010 is launched on Thursday 26th March and will be available to purchase from your local JJB Sports or online.

JJB Sports signed a six year deal with the FAW back in August and have since launched a home and third kit under the Champion brand and these have been a success with the fans.

As well as replica kits, JJB have made available a training range and leisure collection along with a wide range of FAW accessories.

There is something for every Wales football fan at JJB Sports and the away kit is the latest edition.

Away short sleeve shirts are available in adult sizes s-xxxl and are priced at £20.00 and juniors are available in sizes 6/7-xlb and are priced at £15.00.



The South African Football Association and adidas today launched the South Africa 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup away football shirt.

South African players will wear the new away kit for the first time when they take on Norway next weekend (Saturday, 28th March 2009) during the Nelson Mandela Challenge match in Rustenburg.

"Following our successful launch of the Bafana Bafana home kit in November 2007, we had to prepare a special design for the FIFA Confederations Cup, something that South African people would remember for a long time," says Zobuzwe Ngobese, the PR Manager at adidas South Africa.

The jersey design was inspired by the current above-the-line campaign that adidas is running to promote KOPANYA, the Confederations Cup official matchball. The primary colours in the campaign are green with yellow and there is a strong South African feel to both the look of the jersey and the advertising campaign. The jersey features the SAFA and adidas emblems on the front, providing special significance to both brands.

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