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In order to commemorate 100 years of football, the club has launched a series of commemorative activities under the name Real100.

The club is known in Basque as Erreala or the txuri-urdin (meaning "white-blue" in Basque), from their colours: blue with white vertical stripes and white shorts. The club name means Royal Society of Football. A blue quarter on white also appears in the flag of their home town.

Real100 announced a 09/10 kit vote on the official club website, with an option to choose the centenary home shirt here.

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Nike extended their contract with FC Spartak Moscow and has presented a restyled sports wear collection for the new season: red home shirts with the traditional white stripe of 8.5 cm on the chest and club logo in the center of the shirt, which replays the classical design from 1938 season.

The kits applies the high performance Nike Dri-FIT technology, which pulls sweat away from the body and allows players to feel themselves comfortable during the game.

KIA Motors company has also  become an official sponsor of FC Spartak Moscow and RFPL.
Two sponsor contracts were signed in a solemn atmosphere before  the match between FC Spartak Moscow and FC Zenit St. Petersburg at Luzhniki Stadium.

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Sport Club do Recife launched their new 09/10 home kit (red and black), away kit (white), goalkeeper kit (gold) and training kits made by lotto in the official club store.

The year 2009 will be marked as a year of glory for the Sport Club Recife, The Year of Gold

The colours of Sport Recife, black and red, represents the fighting spirit and the determination of the club's supporters, but this is the year of the “Golden Sport Club do Recife”, which is crowned with a series of lotto releases, through licensed products depicting the participation in the Copa Libertadores 2009, while the entire collection will have the striking presence of golden details.

The new products are on sale exclusively at the club website throughout the week.

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These are the new  Olympiacos FC home, away and 3rd Football shirts made by Puma for the 09/10 season.

The club has the laureate teen as their emblem, which symbolizes the Olympic Games winner. Red and white were chosen as the colours of the crest; red for the passion and white for the virtue.

The crest of Olympiacos underwent minor changes through the ages, while the typical kit of the team is that of a shirt with red and white vertical stripes, and red or white shorts and socks. The second most common kit is the all-red one and next the all-white one. Olympiacos has used several other colours during its history as an away or third kit, with the most notable of them being the monotint black or silver one.

Olympiacos has used several other colours during its history as an away or third kit, with the most notable of them being the monotint black or silver one.

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These are the Gamba Osaka 09/10 Home and Away kits for the AFC Champions League (ACL) made by Umbro.

The AFC Champions League is the current annual Asian club football competition hosted by Asian Football Confederation (AFC). In normal circumstances, 32 top clubs from fourteen Asian countries along with the defending champions competed in the tournament.

The team's name comes from the Italian word "Gamba" meaning "leg" and the Japanese ganbaru, meaning "to do your best" or "to stand firm".

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Carlisle United announced that they have signed up for another two years with their kit supplier Le Coq Sportif.

As you can see the new design has been approved for the 09/10 season home, away and goalkeeper strips.

Carlisle United is to play in the new home strip on may 2, against millwall, and they hope to take delivery of replica kits, so that you can have one of your own for the summer holidays very soon after that.

Thanks to Richard

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Berwick Rangers next season's strips will be provided by kit manufacturer, Diadora. Whilst the design for the new home top has been decided by the club, they would like their fans to have their say in which away strip the club should go for.

There are four options to choose from, a traditional red top, a navy blue and a royal blue and also a red and black option which has been likened to AC Milan's home shirt. The strip will be the changed strip for the next two seasons.

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Dynamo Moscow unveiled their new 09-10 away football kit made by Umbro. 

Dynamo's traditional kit colours are blue and white. Their crest is of a blue letter "D", written in a traditional cyrillic style, on a white background with the name of their home town "Moscow" written in front of a football underneath.

 

Club's motto "Power in Motion" had been proposed by Maxim Gorky, the famous Russian/Soviet author who once was an active member of the Dynamo sports society.

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This is the new Shamrock Rovers Home kit that will be worn by the team in their first game in their new stadium in Tallaght in West Dublin on Friday night.

Shamrock Rovers, Irelands most successful club have been renting stadia since their famous old ground Milltown was sold over 20 years ago.

On a 'back to the future' theme, the new home jersey will have full hoops all around the shirt. Unlike previous years, there will be no white panel on the back of the shirt. Lettering on the lower back of the jersey remembering Milltown is a special touch added by the Umbro team that links the last time we played at 'home' in Hoops with the first time in our new home as the Rovers team will wear the new strip in Friday's first match in tallaght.

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This is the new UMBRO IRELAND change kit that Giovanni Trapattoni’s men will wear for the first time in the crucial group 8 World Cup Qualifier against Italy in Bari on April 1st.

The kit as seen on Kevin Kilbane, Noel Hunt and Dean Kiely (in the goal-keepers kit) is white with a spaced bar shadow effect and a dark green pin stripe running as a hoop around the body, the shorts are dark green and the kit is finished off with white sox trimmed with dark green.

“We are delighted with the new kit” Jonathan Courtenay Director of football for Umbro Ireland said.

“The kit has lots of elements to it including the latest in moisture management fabric technologies, the look is fresh yet familiar and we are sure that the fans will love it as much as their heroes who wear it. It was one of the best reactions we have ever had to a kit when we showed it to the players, everyone loved the soft touch and light-weight feel of the shirt”. 

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