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Internacional and Reebok launched their new 09/10 kits in front of the InterSport store in the Beira-Rio stadium. They launched the official red and white home and away kits, leisure wear, travel wear, goalkeeper kits, training kits, and accessories.

The main change is the new crest, which now no longer has the stars but leads to its foundation in 1909.

The new 09/10 collection celebrates one hundred years of the Club, on 4 April 2009. In addition to the new shield, the shirts, clothes, material, travel and casual fashion bring innovation, technology and quality all without losing focus on the colourful traditions.

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500 guests followed the launch of the 09/10 collection of Cruzeiro, developed by Reebok.

Among other attractions, the surprise appearance of the attacker Kléber. who came to Cruzeiro after leaving Dynamo Kiev, was received with great enthusiasm by cruzeirenses, after he was being announced by the musician and fan Samuel Rosa.

Already appropriately dressed in the new blue 09/10 home shirt, Kléber was the last player to appear on the catwalk.

Kléber said it was an unusual situation of being presented on a catwalk. "It is difficult, we were more nervous than in a match. It is gratifying to see that after four years my work is recognized again in Brazil. I am very happy to be at Cruzeiro and hope to succeed here," he said.

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We’ve heard the rumour of a light blue and brown Italy kit a while ago, but according to the gazzetta, the Italian National team will be wearing a very special new home kit designed by Puma to celebrate the two World Cup victories of 1934 and 1938.

The colour is said to be a much softer azure than normal, but a genuine one, not the blue we've seen in recent years.

And it's got a v-neck.. The white Puma logo is on the right, and the Italy crest much bigger than usual, on the left.

It was Fabio Cannavaro, the team captain, who asked for a nice big crest just like they used to have in the old days. And so that's what he got.

Obviously, the FIFA world champions badge will also be added in the middle.

The shirt also has the word "Italy" repeated across the shirt, with four world cup stars and diagonal stripes. The tricolour runs down the side.

It will definitely be seen action in the three group games against USA, Egypt and Brazil.

 

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Watford FC have signed a new kit deal with Joma for the 09/10 season. Following the signing of the new kit deal, Watford have offered their fans the chance to vote for the 09/10 home and away kit colours and have emailed their fans to inform them of this kit vote.

The choices will also be on the official Watford website soon, voting will close at 5pm on 5th February and the winning designs will be announced at the end of the 08/09 season.

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The San Jose Earthquakes new 09/10 home and away kits made by Adidas with their new sponsor Amway Global. The two announced a historic three-year partnership agreement Tuesday that will include Amway Global's name on the front of the Earthquakes jerseys beginning in 2009.

The partnership also features a number of in-stadium, community and grassroots components that will provide greater visibility for both the Earthquakes and Amway Global.

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Universitario de Deportes, also referred to as Universitario or La U, is the most popular and successful football club in Peru, and they unveiled their new home and away 09/10 kits made by Umbro. 

Universitario's colours are cream (called crema in Spanish), red, burgundy (called guinda in Spanish), and black. When playing a home game they use the crema-coloured kit with black socks and when playing away they use the burgundy-coloured kit with black socks.

 The club's colours at first were not crema. They started out with a white kit which had the badge on the chest. During one of their early seasons, Universitario could not participate in an upcoming match because their uniforms had been sent to the laundry to be washed.

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Leicester City will leave the front of their home shirts blank as part of their 125th anniversary celebrations next 09/10 season.

Foxes fans have decided by an overwhelming margin for the shirt not to carry any branding.

Some 65 per cent of supporters chose the option in a poll run on the club's official website.

Runner-up in the poll was Forever Foxes, third was the 125 Foxes commemorative logo, and fourth was Blue Army.

The final vote count was – blank shirt: 16,029 votes (65.15 per cent); Forever Foxes: 5,159 (26.9 per cent); 125: 2,009 (8.1 per cent) Blue Army: 1,405 (5.71 per cent).

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Jubilo Iwata unveiled their new kits for the 2009/2010 J-League season made by Puma. The home kit colour is saxe blue and white, while the away kit is white with dark blue shorts and details.

"Jubilo" means "delight" in Portuguese and Spanish. They named their club Jubilo with a great wish to provide joy and emotion for their supporters and all other people.

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Shimizu S-pulse unveiled their new 09/10 home. away and goalkeeper kits made by Puma

Since the teams inception, the same colour combination for home shirts have been used each year. The colour scheme of orange shirts, shorts and socks was selected to reflect the famous local product of Shizuoka Prefecture; the mikan.

The current bright orange hue, named S-Pulse Orange by the club, is the result of a gentle evolution from a more yellow/orange shade during the team's early years.

At the advent of the J. League, S-Pulse were the only professional team in the country to wear orange, a distinction which is now shared with several relative newcomers, including Albirex Niigata and Omiya Ardija.

The away kit has also been consistent over the years, comprising each year of white shirts, black shorts and white socks.

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update: Leaked on 12/2

It's been a while since our last England shirt update, but the biggest news is that the new England shirt is expected to retail at around £50.

The marketing campaign will soon kick in, and its aim to point out that the new shirt is a top quality product and superior to the current model which can now be bought for a few quid in most online and discount stores.

It’s understood that the England squad have already seen the new shirt and have been pictured in them too. However, they have been instructed not to leak any details of its appearance to friends, family and in particular, the media.