This is the new Japan home shirt for the 08/09 season and made by Adidas. (leaked)
This is the new South Korea home shirt made by Nike for the 08/09 season. Nike and the KFA recently signed a new four-year deal. .
Under the new contract, which goes into effect next year, Nike will also provide 24 billion won worth in sporting products and allow national team players to use cleats from other brands, the KFA said.
Up for auction : VINTAGE AJAX 1983 LE COQ SPORTIF HOME & AWAY SHIRTS + TDK
The seller added the folowing : ( Away) YOU ARE INVITED TO BID ON THIS AUTHENTIC LE COQ SPORTIF 1983 AJAX JERSEY SHIRT.**THIS IS AN ORIGINAL SHIRT NOT A REMAKE OR RETRO ISSUE**OTHER AUCTIONS INCLUDE ADIDAS, HUMMEL, LE COQ, UMBRO, KAPPA SHIRTS
Umbro has cut the number of new England replica away shirts that it planned to make over the next year by two thirds to one million – the lowest production run since 2001.
The company, which holds a nine-year deal to supply kit to the England football team, said that it had taken the "brave" decision to help high street retailers coping with the fallout from England’s defeat to Croatia on Wednesday.
Up for auction : GERMANY FOOTBALL 90's PLAYER SHIRT RARE
The seller added the following : LONG SLEEVED SHIRT MADE BY ADIDAS. ADIDAS LOGO AND GERMANY CREST FULLY EMBROIDERED INTO THE SHIRT. THE TRI COLOUR CHEST LOGO SEWN ONTO THE SHIRT NOT PRINTED. THICK FELT TYPE NUMBER 10 ON THE BACK. ORIGINAL SHIRT NOT A REMAKE .
Up for auction : SOUTHAMPTON ULTRA-RARE 1986 PATRICK AWAY SHIRT no.9
The seller added the following : Extremely rare Southampton shirt from the mid 80`s, this is possibly the hardest to find of all Saints shirts which were commercially made available to supporters. This original Patrick shirt has immaculate Draper Tools logo across the front in felt and 2 perfect Patrick logos on the sleeves. It also has a felt Patrick number 9 on the reverse which is also in excellent condition.
With soccer's share of great teams, superb athletes, exceptional events, and its recent rise in popularity State-side, the American market for Soccer memorabilia has a bright future.
Today American soccer collectors will spend up to $250 for a Freddy Adu signed ball and possibly up to $1,000 for a ball autographed by members of the 1999 U.S. Women’s World Cup winning team. Since the American market is still in its infancy though, American collectors would be wise to follow trends set across the pond.
By Sander Neijnens - ShirtnumbersFor the upcoming tournament Euro 2008, Adidas and Puma have introduced new shirt numbers. Some examples can be seen on www.footballshirtculture.com. In the Adidas numbers (e.g. Germany, Greece) we recognize the same basic forms as in the typeface Walker that was designed by Matthew Carter for the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis.
But in the Adidas numbers all beginnings and endings of the strokes are rounded, which remind me of the sausage numbers that were introduced by Nike in 2000. As in the number 1 the flag is chopped of, it looks like a real Frankfurter.
Puma has renounced the numbers designed by Dalton Maag in 2006. When we look at the new numbers (e.g. Czech Republic), it appears that the strokes also have rounded beginnings and endings. Were they made by the same designer who's responsible for the Adidas numbers? Or can we conclude that there's a real sausage fashion? Or is this tournament sponsored by the international meat industry?