Esporte Clube Vitória, usually known simply as Vitória has unveiled the new 2010 football kits made by Penalty.

The Brazilian club was founded on May 13, 1899, by the brothers Artur and Artêmio Valente. They were from a traditional Bahian family and discovered football during their studies in England. Initially, however, Vitória was a cricket club named Club de Cricket Victoria.


Ipswich Town used a new 3rd white away shirt made by Mitre in the match against Crystal Palace on Boxing Day.

The Club's normal red away shirt clashed with Palace's red and blue stripes so a third kit has been produced.

It was also due to be worn in last week's trip to Scunthorpe for the same reason but a frozen pitch at Glanford Park caused that game to be postponed.


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CAF and adidas unveiled the Official Match Ball for the Orange Africa Cup of Nations 2010 in Angola, which is available through the FSC Shop

16 teams will use the Jabulani Angola ball as they battle to become champions of Africa from January 10th to 31st in Angola.
Inspired by the yellow, red and black Angolan flag, the colourful and mystical design of the Jabulani Angola reflects adidas’ commitment to and passion for African football. Angolan pride in its culture and heritage is strongly represented through this vibrant ball which is sure to be used in some inspiring football moments this coming January.

arsenal-emirates.jpgWe've heard some rumours last year, but according to The Mirror, Arsenal are looking to renegotiate their sponsorship deal. The Gunners still feel they have sold themselves short with their £5million-a-year deal which has six years left to run.

This sponsorship deal is dwarfed by Manchester United's four-year contract - worth over £20m a season - with Aon, who will replace insurance giant AIG from the beginning of next 10/11 season.

Manchester United's deal is also matched by Liverpool who will have Standard Chartered Bank paying to appear on the players' shirts from next 10/11 season.

Chelsea's sponsorship deal with electrical giants Samsung is worth around £60m over five years. The Blues paid Umbro £24m to get out of their kit contract and sign a new deal with Adidas before signing the Samsung shirt sponsorship deal.


Clube de Regatas Brasil, or CRB as it is usually called, unveiled the new 2010 Home football kit designed by Antonio Bordallo, who incorporated the crest design and St George cross into the shirt design. The manufacturer is a brand from Recife (northeast of Brazil) called TRONADON.

For those who don’t know him…Antonio Bordallo was the winner of the first kit design contest and delivered the winning Poland/Nike design which you can see here.

It’s good to see that a DF designer takes his first step into a career as a professional football kit designer, and it shows that it can be a good start to show your kit design talents at

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We are very pleased to announce the winner of's latest competion, to design a Middlesbrough Futsal Club's new home kit. 

As usual, the designs were generally of a very high standard and Boro were hugely impressed with what was put forward.  Accordingly, we'll leave it to them to do the honours:

"Middlesbrough Futsal Club, in conjunction with, ran a competition to design the club's new strip for 2010-11.  The competition received over 150 entries, with some fantastic and innovative designs, and some awful ones!  A huge thank you to everyone who entered, and special mention to Morgan O'Brien, Ben Biro and Matupeco, who all contributed several fantastic designs. See all the entries here.


Peterborough United  announced that the fixture with Cardiff City on Monday 28th December (3pm) has been designated as a day to raise awareness of three charities for the 2009-2010 campaign, the Free Kicks Foundation, Sue Ryder Care and ASBAH.

Chairman Darragh MacAnthony has recognised the superb work that the charities undertake throughout the year and as such has kindly allowed for the sponsorship of the kit to be replaced for one game only by their three nominated charities.

Peterborough have worked closely with kit manufacturer adidas who have kindly donated a full kit, with help from Chroma Sports, for the fixture with Cardiff City. Chairman Darragh MacAnthony said:

'I believe this is the first time in our history that we have used a one-off kit for a league fixture and I was delighted to allow our three charities to have their logo's on the strip.


Portuguesa unveiled the new 2010 third football shirt made by Penalty. Associação Portuguesa de Desportos is a Brazilian football Club from São, founded on August 14, 1920 by the Portuguese population of the city.

On the chest the shirt shows the Cross of Avis. The Cross of Avis represents the Portuguese independence from the Castile Kingdom, which happened after the Battle of Aljubarrota, on August 14, 1385.

The shirt was option 3 in a Kit Vote which you can see below:


 Adidas unveiled the next generation of its Adipure boot - the adiPure III , which is available through the FSC Shop.

The adiPure III is all about heritage. A classic boot that has the modern technologies incorporated into its design. Lightweight, comfortable, protective and traditional are just some of the features of this snug football boot.