Canterbury’s association with the club will be showcased on May 10th, when Farnborough will be wearing a limited edition kit in the Hampshire Senior Cup Final against Basingstoke Town

Farnborough Football Club has announced details of a lucrative new teamwear supply contract with Canterbury New Zealand Limited.

Canterbury is a brand more widely recognised as a supplier to Rugby teams currently supplying the national teams of Scotland and Ireland and also the Southern hemisphere giants Australia and South Africa. Having recently moved into the football market they already supply Spanish side Deportivo La Coruna and have a presence in the Premier League with Portsmouth.

To commemorate the achievement of reaching the semi-final of the Scottish Cup for the first time in 58 years Queens have produced an all new strip just for the occasion.

To commemorate the achievement of reaching the semi-final of the Scottish Cup for the first time in 58 years Queens have produced an all new home strip just for the occasion. This strip will be worn by the team on Saturday 12th April and you too could be wearing the same top.

It is strictly limited in numbers and although available in all sizes it is expected to sell out very soon.

New Hull City 08/09 Umbro Away Kit

Tigers are pleased to reveal the first exclusive pictures of the brand new Umbro Tigers away kit for 08/09. The flint coloured strip has already become a sure fire winner amongst members of the Tigers first team squad including the likes of Caleb Folan, Henrik Pedersen, Michael Turner and Ian Ashbee who feature in the current advertising campaign.

The kit once again features Umbro's Climate Control technology and has been designed to be both visually imposing and performance enhancing.

The jersey for the DFB Cup final in the Borussia home black and yellow colours.

After the "normal "home and Christmas Edition home shirts, Borussia Dortmund and Nike produced another home 07/08 version, which brings the total to 3 home shirts this season...On Saturday, 19 April, Borussia Dortmund aims for its third triumph in the DFB Cup after 1965 and 1989.

In the Berlin Olympic Stadium waits the record cup winners Bayern Munich as opponents. In this finale, the team of coach Thomas Doll, will wear a special Cup-final home shirt made by Nike to bring them luck.

Celebrate 100 years of exellence with the Inter Milan centenary limited edition box set.

Celebrate 100 years of exellence with the Inter Milan centenary limited edition box set. Housed in a beautiful black box, this set features the centennial edition of Inter Milan's home and away jerseys with the special gold embroidered crest and golden sponsors, plus a limited edition Centennial Pennant and Certificate.

Only 2008 limited edition boxes were made, making this an absolute must-have for Nerazzurri fans. Price: GBP 195.00

 Chelsea player Didier Drogba has been buying dozens of his own football shirts to increase the club shop's sales and persuade team-mates of his popularity with fans.

Chelsea player Didier Drogba has been buying dozens of his own football shirts to increase the club shop's sales and persuade team-mates of his popularity with fans.

The 29-year-old, originally from the Ivory Coast, has reportedly spent thousands of pounds on replica shirts in a bid to try and convince his team-mates he is just as much of a crowd favourite as they are.

The £24 million striker, who was named Premier League top goal scorer for 2006-2007, has had less success in shirt sales compared to John Terry and Frank Lampard who reportedly taunt him about it on the training ground.

One Chelsea insider claimed Drogba visits the club shop up to 10 times a week and on one occasion walked out of the store with 40 shirts priced at approximately £45 each, setting him back £1,800.

The first-team regular could easily get shirts free of charge but the £70,000-a-week centre forward is paying like any other customer to improve his shirt sale statistics.

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Adidas can prevent other companies using two stripes on the shoulders of their shirts, even though Adidas branding has three stripes.

Adidas can prevent other companies using two stripes on the shoulders of their shirts, even though Adidas branding has three stripes.

The European Court of Justice ruled that "the mere fact that the relevant section of the public establishes a link between the two is sufficient". The case was brought in the Netherlands by Adidas against C&A, H&M, Marca Mode and Vendex.

The long history and reputation of Adidas appears to have been a factor. Lawyers say that other manufacturers may struggle to take advantage of this ruling, because few types of branding have as long a history and reputation as Adidas' three stripes.