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This is the new Barcelona Home football shirt for the 2008/2009 season made by Nike. you'll find the Barcelona 08/09 away shirt here

FC Barcelona have rediscovered the mythical half-and-half design of the club's centenary for the new home shirt that has been introduced for the 2008/09 the 2008/09 campaign, while the away shirt is yellow. The new kits were presented on Wednesday on the pitch at Camp Nou at midday with Nike and Barça have chosen to make a complete change for the home shirts with the stripes being done away with and two halves of blau and grana being introduced as a nod to the club's centenary shirt of ten seasons ago.

Next season's shirts will incorporate the senyera once again with the club motto 'mès que un club' on the rear of the collar above the labels. There is another major details, however, with the Barça hymn being printed out on the inside of the shirt. The word Barça is also imprinted throughout the shirt.

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Barcelona unveiled their new away Nike shirt for the 2008-09 season. You'll find the new Barcelona home 08/09 shirt here.

While the home shirt mirrors the 1999 jersey, the away top pays homage to the team of 1974. Next season's away colours for the team will be a bright yellow with a blaugrana stripe down the side that the crest of the club is on.

In order to try and avoid forgeries and fakes finding their way into unsuspecting customers' hands this year, Nike have introduced a label in the lower left side of the garment that is a technological innovation that can tell whether the shirt is genuine or not.  Club president Joan Laporta was present for the presentation of all the new kits along with some directors, and Nike executive Albert Baronet.

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FC Köln launched the new home and away kits for the 2008/2009 Bundesliga season together with their new equipment manufacturer Reebok in the Galeria Kaufhof.

In addition to a round of talk with the FC Köln players Thomas Broich and Kevin McKenna, and the business leaders Claus Horstmann (1 FC Köln) and Thomas Vorndran (Reebok), the players offered the fans an autograph session.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers unveiled their new away shirt made by Le Coq Sportif for the 08/09 season. We already showed you a leaked picture of it back in April, but now it's official. The reaction from Wolves' supporters suggest it is going to be one of the club's most popular change strips ever.

You'll find the new Home 08/09 Wolves kit here

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The new Sochaux home kit for 2008/2009 season was unveiled this Monday and is produced in the research and development centre of Lotto in collaboration with the club.

The new shirt is retaining the traditional colours of FCSM but for the first time it has vertical stripe on it. The partnership between Lotto Sport Italia and the Football Club Sochaux was signed in 2004, and continues successfully. Lotto provides all the teams, professionals and youth, with clothing and accessories for matches, training and recreation. All teams will also Lotto football boots, with the exception of the first team.

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Up for auction on Ebay: VINTAGE DUNDEE UTD 1984 MATCH WORN SKOL CUP FINAL SHIRT+No.13+

The seller added the following: YOU ARE INVITED TO BID ON THIS AUTHENTIC ADIDAS 1984 DUNDEE UTD MATCH WORN JERSEY SHIRT

SIZE ---------------:TAG SAYS ADULT LARGE 102-107cms (40-42") . ITEM CONDITION---:EXXCELLENT, NO PULLS, ODD BOBBLE, NOT SURE IF THIS IS THE SHIRT FOR THE 1984/85 SKOL CUP FINAL, NEVERTHELESS ITS A SUPERB LONG SLEEVE ADIDAS MATCH SHIRT FROM A TIME WHEN DUNDEE UTD WERE ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN EUROPE, NEARLY REACHING THE EUROPEAN CUP FINAL v LIVERPOOL IN 1984, LOSING THEIR SEMI-FINAL TO ROMA AGAINST ALLEGATIONS OF BRIBERY BY ROMA TO WHICH THE ITALIANS LATER RECIEVED A BAN. 8/10. SPONSORS/LOGO'S-:EXCELLENT, EMBROIDERED ADIDAS AND CREST AND SKOL CUP LEGEND, FELT No.13. 8/10.

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Up for auction on Ebay: VINTAGE ARSENAL 1990 ADIDAS MATCH WORN L/S SHIRT+No.17+

The seller added the following: YOU ARE INVITED TO BID ON THIS AUTHENTIC ADIDAS 1990-1991 ARSENAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS JERSEY SHIRT

SIZE :TAG SAYS ADULT 42-44" , ITEM CONDITION :MINT, NO NICKS NO PULLS, LOVELY EXAMPLE, POSSIBLY MATCH WORN, NOT SURE BY WHO OR WHEN. I BELIEVE THE SHIRT IS FROM ARSENAL 90-91 LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON. 9/10. SPONSORS/LOGO'S-:MINT, EMBROIDERED ADIDAS AND CREST, CLOTH No.17, FOOTBALL LEAGUE PATCHES. 9/10.

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Hibernian FC are looking for a shirt sponsor for the 08/09 InterToto Cup campaign. While Whyte & Mackay remain the Easter Road outfit's main backer under a five-year deal, UEFA Cup rules preventing high strength liquor being advertised stop Hibs carrying the name of the whisky giant in Europe.

It's a problem Hibs have encountered in the past, opting to wear Whyte & Mackay's then distinctive blue shield but without the sponsor's name, as they played FK Vetra in the InterToto Cup four years ago.

However, accepting such a move did little to increase their brand awareness, Whyte & Mackay have allowed Hibs to negotiate special shirt deals in subsequent European adventures.

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As part of a sponsored event, FC Augsburg unveiled the new home and away shirts for the upcoming 2008/09 season together with the equipment manufacturer DO YOU FOOTBALL. FCA player Patrick Mölzl and newcomer Mark Prettenthaler showed the new 08/09 shirts at the Augsburger Hauptbahnhof.

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The Football Association of Albania (F.SH.F.) unveiled the new Albania National Team 08/10 home and away football shirts made by Nike.

Founded on June 6, 1930, Albania had to wait 16 years to play the first international match, debuting against Yugoslavia in 1946. In 1932 Albania had already joined FIFA (during the congress June 12 - June 16) and in 1954 it was one of the founding members of UEFA. Albania had been invited to play in World Cup 1934, but owing to organizing difficulties it didn't take part. Their nickname is Kuq e Zinjtë (Red and Blacks)