This seems to be the new AC Milan Home kit made by Adidas for the 2010/2011 season.
This is a leaked picture, the new AC Milan 10/11 kits will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.
Coventry City unveiled the new home, away and goalkeeper shirts for the 10/11 season.
The shirts, supplied by sportswear giant PUMA, are set to go on sale immediately afterwards on a pre-order basis from the club's shop at the Ricoh Arena and its City Central store, in the Lower Precinct and online, with the shirts arriving in late June.
The kit will also feature the branding from premium express delivery company City Link, which is the club's main sponsor.
Hibernian FC launched the new away kit for next 10/11 season - the first from new technical sponsor, PUMA. The dazzling new kit features a striking and fresh mint coloured top and shorts, with black cat detailing, and jet black socks.
Lifelong Hibernian supporters Ian Murray and Paul Hanlon both praised the new-look mint green away jersey and believe the shirt will be a hit with the club's supporters.
Hanlon said: "The colour is really different to any Hibernian jersey I've seen before and I think our supporters will love it. I think it looks really good and I'm looking forward to wearing it on the pitch next season."
This is the new Heerenveen 10/11 away kit made by Jako. SC Heerenveen used their new away kit in the match against Feyenoord on may 2.
Stoke City have unveiled their new home kit and training wear for the 2010-11 season at the Player of the Year Stadium Show following the announcement that adidas have become their Official Kit Supplier in a long term deal.
The kit and training wear was modelled by City stars and three supporters who won a competition with stokecityfc.com for the right to take part in the launch.
Here is your first sight of the new adidas home kit which will be worn by the Potters when they kick off their Barclays Premier League campaign in August.
The kit launch was part of the Player of the Year Stadium Show which also featured live entertainment and the presentation of the awards.
Bradford City revealed the first pictures of their eagerly anticipated new 2010/2011 home strip made by Surridge.
For the first time since the early 1990's, the new Bantams home shirt will feature amber as its predominant colour - a stark contrast to this season's all claret kit.
The main amber body of the shirt is broken up though by a series of claret pin stripes to give the jersey a simple but stylish look.
Nike unveiled the New Holland 10/12 Home Kit which is designed for increased performance with lower environmental impact, and will be worn at the World Cup 2010. 8 plastic bottles are used to produce one jersey in the new Nike kit, which is available through the FSC Shop.
The innovative uniform is designed to keep the players drier, cooler and more comfortable to allow them to maintain an optimum body temperature and perform at their best on the field. With improved Nike Dri-Fit fabric, which is 13 percent lighter than before, players can stay drier by drawing sweat to the outside of the garment where it evaporates.
There are also ventilation zones on each side of the jersey – up to 200 tiny laser cut holes – so air can pass across a player’s whole torso to keep him cooler. There are also additional ventilation zones on the kit’s shorts below the waistband and near the space of the spine, areas that are prone to high sweat levels.
Stoke City have confirmed that adidas will become their new Official Kit Supplier for the 2010-11 season after signing a long-term deal with the world's number one football brand.
The Club's new kit and training wear will carry the famous 'Three Stripes' after City sealed the biggest technical kit partnership agreement in their history.
The adidas deal represents another major step forward as the Club team up with a sporting giant renowned for the quality and excellence of their market-leading products.
"This is a fantastic agreement for the Club and the association with a global brand like adidas is a glowing indication of how far we have come," commented City's Chief Executive Tony Scholes in announcing the Official Kit Supplier agreement.
"Twelve of the 32 countries at this summer's World Cup Finals will be wearing adidas kit and many of the top clubs in Europe, including Real Madrid, AC Milan, Chelsea, Liverpool and Bayern Munich, use them as their kit suppliers. That gives you an idea of the significance of such an agreement to this Football Club as we look to continue moving forward.