This is the new Uhlsport Iran Away football shirt and kit, to be packed for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The new shirt features a watermark design of the Asiatic cheetah, in order to highlight the plight of the animal as its species is in danger of extinction due to rapidly dwindling numbers.  The few creatures left are mainly to be found in Iran.


For the first time, the Brasilian National Team has a complete third kit designed by Nike which will be available here. The kit pays tribute to the dynamic and diverse country, from its natural landscape to its vibrant culture.

The third jersey uses a dark, almost black, shade of green, evoking the country’s lush landscape and urban nightlife. The deep hue sets off vivid yellow detailing of the team crest and Swoosh.

Similar to Brasil’s national home jersey, the third uniform displays an illustration on the inside of the collar. Created by Bruno Big, a designer from Rio de Janeiro, the illustration shows a hand in a figa – the Brasilian equivalent to the “fingers crossed” gesture, a traditional superstition believed to bring good luck.


We believe the images herein to show the design of the new Costa Rica Home shirt, to be worn at Brazil 2014.

The red shirt shown - produced by football design website - features blue, white and gold trim and details, meshed areas and may be worn with blue shorts and red or white socks, or perhaps as an all red strip, akin to many teams' one-colour releases prior to the mundial.


The images shown here, from reliable Arsenal fansite, appear to show new Puma Arsenal apparel for the 2014-15 season.

The yellow pre-match shirt has blue horizontal stripes thickening as they descend, with thin red pinstripes just below the crest and Puma logo.  A space is cut out of the stripes for the Fly Emirates sponsor logo.


This is the new Shanghai Shenhua Home shirt, by Nike, for the Chinese club's 2014 Super League campaign.

The blue shirt now has a tonal chequerboard pattern with blue roundneck collar and cuffs and just the slightest of red trim.

Frontline Football


This is the kit design for the 2014-15 season Raith Rovers Away football kit by Puma.

The kit pays tribute, in the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, to the 16th Royal Scots Battalion (Sir George McCrae's battalion) which fought during the Great War, and numbered seven Raith Rovers players, three of which lost their lives during their service.


The images shown are believed to accurately depict the new Nike Croatia Home football shirt design, to be worn in the 2014 World Cup.

The Croatians face Brazil, the hosts, in the opening game of the tournament, and they may be required to change in that match, but these images from football design website reveal the first choice shirt.  The familiar red and white chequerboard pattern is complemented with a red V-neck collar and red sleeves.


Cheltenham Town, of England's League Two division, are asking their fans for their opinions on three initial Erreà kit designs for the 2014-15 season.

The side are returning to their traditional red and white colours, after several years of wearing "ruby" in celebration of their 125th anniversary, and want feedback on the options for their next strip.