Tottenham may have accidentally given their fans a preview of their new home shirt before officially unveiling it later this month.

The new home top was accidentally released on the club's official website and although it was only on there for a brief period, it was picked up by eagle-eyed supporters and placed on internet forums.

Now, as you can see, a picture of the new 4th away kit also circles around on the internet. According to a FSC visitor, It will be worn on a date as close to the offical 125th anniversary of the club as possible to celebrate the club's 125 years.

Here you find all 4 of them:

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 the players will be wearing brand new playing and training kit next season supplied by PUMA one of the leading brands of sportswear in the UK and the world. Raith Rovers are still a bit away from gaining promotion to the First Division for next season but that hasn't stopped the club from taking a step up to the big league when it comes to kit suppliers with the official announcement today that the players will be wearing brand new playing and training kit next season supplied by PUMA one of the leading brands of sportswear in the UK and the world.

Puma is a household name throughout the world and has been a major supplier of sportswear to the stars for almost 60 years, with a fantastic record of associating their name with success.

The home of Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina was burgled while he played in Tuesday night's Champions League semi-final against Chelsea.

The Spaniard booked the Reds' place in the final by saving two out of three penalties in a shoot-out.

He returned from the celebrations at 12.45am to find that his home in Woolton, Liverpool, had been ransacked.

A set of football results that two men risked death to produce during Guernsey's Nazi occupation has sold for £900 at a UK auction.

L E Bertrand and Reginald Warley compiled the results of English and Scottish matches for Guernsey's Secret Active Press in 1944.

They would have faced execution if the banned typewritten document was found.

Auctioneers Mullock Madeley had given an estimate of £300-500 ahead of the Shropshire auction.

Historical document expert Richard Westwood-Brookes said football memorabilia usually attracted people in search of unique items.

"But this must rank as the rarest set of football results ever produced," he said.

Escape to Victory is the greatest football film ever made. Directed by John Huston in 1981 it is set in a Prisoner of War camp during the second world war.

Michael Caine stars as Captain John Colby, who leads Sylvester Stallone and an all star cast of footballers including Pele, Bobby Moore, Osvaldo Ardiles,and Mike Summerbee, who agree to play a football match against some local german troops, but after the Nazi propaganda machine takes over they end up in occupied Paris playing the German National team.

If you've never heard of this film before then welcome to the Escape to Victory Web Site.

"Here's To Victory"

A football shirt collector recently emailed the escape to victory website saying he was a collector of worn football shirts, and that he had managed to aquire the Number 2 shirt from the German side, as you will be able to see in the photographs in the article

Anyone interested in match worn MLS shirts will have an opportunity the get a rare match-worn shirt with COA by the MLS. Most special shirts up for auction are Virginia Tech Tribute jerseys.


The Limited edition jerseys were worn on April 28th for the D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew match to show support for the victims and families of the Virginia Tech tragedy. The jersey has been signed on the back number by the player who wore it. Proceeds from this auction will be going to the Virginia Tech Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.

We gave you a sneak preview a few weeks ago and now it's here for everyone to see the new Forest away kit for the 2007-08 season. The white shirt with red trim, red shorts and white socks make this away kit interchangeable with the existing home kit.

The new Forest away shirt features Climate Control technology, which incorporates a new fabric called Trilogy.

A three-stage thermodynamic performance material, it controls the microclimate between the skin and the fabric helping to regulate the body's temperature.

Everton's new home kit features an embroidered crest and this depicts the quality of the garment, while the diamond detail on the sleeves shorts and socks provides a retro-look and feel.

The new Trilogy fabric has which has been introduced to the back of the kits reflects the performance driven ethos of the kit design. JJB´s Sports Sponsorship

Director Steve Marsters said: "I am sure that the Everton supporters will be pleased with the overall appearance of the kit and hope that it brings them continued success for the future."

The kit will then be worn for the final home game of the season on Saturday when Everton take on Portsmouth at Goodison.

Millwall F.C. also known as The Lions have agreed a deal with Bukta to make next season’s kit. The home kit will be blue and white, the away kit will be all white and there will also be a third kit to clear colour clashes...

Back in 1992 Bukta was Millwall's kit supplier and produced a new badge which was to served for two seasons. The single rampant Lion was contained within a roundel spelling out the club's name. .

Weymouth F.C., also known as "The Terras",  unveiled their new umbro home kit for the 2007-2008 season.

The team is currently managed by Jason Tindall, after Garry Hill was sacked in January 2007, while the club is controlled by hotelier Martyn Harrison.

The location of the club's Wessex Stadium on the south coast of England is such that they rarely have home matches frozen off even when other non-league grounds in south-east England are unplayable.

The club has a great rivalry with its more famous neighbours Yeovil Town F.C., although it has been many years since the two clubs last met competitively, with the sides moving in different directions.