One of the greatest ever FA Cup moments in one of the best FA Cup finals ever, Keith Houchen completes his Roy of the Rovers antics of the cup run by flying in to score City's second goal. Just unbelievable.Extract taken from the just published book ‘Wembley : Stadium of Legends’ by Tomsett & Brand, Dewi Lewis Media 2007

Coventry City reached their first ever FA Cup Final in 1987. For a team that had spent decades in the top flight it was a long time coming. Up against seasoned cup specialists Tottenham, they were going to have their work cut out.

It was one of the most open and exhilarating finals for many a year.

 Steve Woods today showed off the new home kit for next season which will be worn for the first time when Torquay take on Plymouth Argyle for Kevin Hills testimonial match on July 14th.

Steve Woods showed off the new home kit for next season which will be worn for the first time when Torquay take on Plymouth Argyle for Kevin Hills testimonial match on July 14th.

Colin Lee liked the look of the new strip and commented : '' Not having been involved in the choice of kit I do actually think the colour is much better and it's the sort of shirt the supporters will want to wear casually.

I think it is a good choice and not a design that's in your face or over the top.'' Steve Woods was impressed by the new strip and said :

 '' I like the colour and it is an improvement on last seasons kit.''

Vince Edes, Holland's Sponsorship Manager, added: "This has been a fantastic opportunity for Holland's to continue strengthening ties with Burnley Football Club and it is a fantastic honour to be named as the official shirt sponsor."Burnley Football Club is delighted to announce that Baxenden-based Holland's Pies will be the official shirt sponsor until 2009.

Holland's, the region's best loved pie manufacturer, has agreed a club record, six-figure sum to have their company name on all Burnley Football Club home and away shirts and training gear for the next two years.

Burnley Football Club is delighted to announce that Baxenden-based Holland's Pies will be the official shirt sponsor until 2009.The new two year deal will see the name Holland's on Burnley's shirts for the 2007/08 and 2008/09 seasons for both home and away games, other than the designated anniversary game when we will play in the blue and white striped shirt

Burnley Football Club chairman Barry Kilby said: "We are delighted to announce this partnership with Holland's Pies.

We feel is it important to build partnerships with local companies and, like Burney Football Club, Holland's has a long and illustrious history in their own field.

 Scunthorpe United have announced the home and away shirt designs for the 2007/08 season.

Scunthorpe United have announced the home and away shirt designs for the 2007/08 season. The Iron will wear a predominately claret home shirt for their first season back in the Championship.

The away shirt will be predominately white with navy and claret trim. As per the last three seasons, the kits will be manufactured by Carlotti .The shirts are available to pre-order and are priced GBP 39 adults and GBP 33 juniors. The club hope to have the home shirts available for the Open Day on Sunday, July 29.

FC Augsburg are set to cause a sensation once again next season. On the field, hopes are running high following a successful current campaign. Off the field, Augsburg are sure to look impressive next term no matter what, for to coincide with the club's 100th anniversary, they have signed up a new kit and clothing supplier: Do You Football. FC Augsburg are set to cause a sensation once again next season. On the field, hopes are running high following a successful current campaign.

Off the field, Augsburg are sure to look impressive next term no matter what, for to coincide with the club's 100th anniversary, they have signed up a new kit and clothing supplier: Do You Football .

The new partnership was brokered by FC Augsburg's marketing agency SPORTFIVE.

 Liverpool Football Club today unveiled its stylish new away kit for 2007/08. Adidas has ditched the yellow of last year in favour of a traditional white, red and black number which is sure to find favour among the fans.

Liverpool Football Club today unveiled its stylish new away kit for 2007/08. Adidas has ditched the yellow of last year in favour of a traditional white, red and black number which is sure to find favour among the fans.

For Pepe Reina and his fellow keepers there's a sleek teal outfit.

The kit isn't in the shops until June 21, but pre-order on liverpoolfc.tv before midnight on June 15 and you'll get a free supporter's pack while stocks last.

On top of that, every pre-order will be entered into a prize draw to win an extra away shirt signed by members of the Liverpool squad.

BEHIND THE SCENES AT PLAYERS' PHOTOSHOOT

"I'll have to be quite quick," announces Jamie Carragher as he strides into Liverpool Film Studios. "I've got to be at Toys 'R' Us for half two." It's the day of the photoshoot to promote the club's stylish new away kit, and Carra is one of six players called as models.

 With a new design; the new BVB kit for the coming season 2007/08

With a new design, the new BVB kit for the coming season 2007/08. The shirt is dominated by a strong yellow tone on the torso. The sleeves are held black, just as as the collar and the black beam on the chest, on which the sponsors-Logo will be well visibly placed.

Above the club's logo a star for the three won championships in the national league. on the right side, the Nike-Swoosh. A further star will found above the players name on the back. The Polo-collar with indicated open button strip, will give the shirt a classic look, and the shorts held black.

Punctually to the 10-year-old anniversary of the champion-League-victory in 1997, the new jersey optically is leaned at the game clothing of this great season.

Fulham Football Club has today announced a major four-year kit supply deal with Nike, which will see the world famous swoosh logo on the Premiership Club’s shirts, until 2011. Fulham Football Club has today announced a major four-year kit supply deal with Nike, which will see the world famous swoosh logo on the Premiership Club’s shirts, until 2011.

The four-year deal, in conjunction with Nike’s team sports partner Just Sport, is the biggest kit supply agreement in the Club’s history. Which, along with the Club’s recent shirt sponsorship announcement with LG , reinforces the Club’s growing stature within the football industry.

 Darlington Football Club has unveiled its new look home kit for the 2007/08 season. The club has formed a partnership with kit suppliers Vandanel to provide the latest strips, the design of which was chosen by supporters.

Darlington Football Club has unveiled its new look home kit for the 2007/08 season. The club has formed a partnership with kit suppliers Vandanel to provide the latest strips, the design of which was chosen by supporters.

Darlington Building Society have once again continued its long association with the football club and sponsored the club's new look shirts.

In addition to the shirts, shorts and socks, which will be available for fans to buy from early June the full range of first-team wear, including bench coats, track suits and wet weather tops will soon be stocked in both the club shop at the Darlington Arena and a new outlet in the Queen Street Shopping Centre, which opens on June 4th.

Jon Sotnick, chief executive of Darlington Football Club said: "The launch of a new kit is always an exciting time for supporters and we are pleased that the home strip will be available in plenty of time for the summer holidays