Wycombe Wanderers announced a two-year deal with kit suppliers Joma UK.

The Spanish sportswear brand will replace ProStar as the club's official team wear supplier as the Blues embark on an exciting new campaign in League One. Club manager and the board of directors say they are "delighted" with the design and quality of the new strip and training kit.

Chairboys fans won't have to long wait long to purchase the new home replica strip with the release date scheduled for Tuesday 16th June.

Wanderers' MD Steve Hayes said: "Joma have a proven track record in top class football and we are delighted to be working with such a well-known world-wide brand. This is a very exciting package for the club and we look forward to utilising the retail expertise which Joma are able to offer."

Wayne Mumford, CEO for Joma UK, added: "We are thrilled with the opportunity to enter into a relationship with Wycombe Wanderers, a club that possesses a great footballing pedigree, loyal support and a tremendous bond with the local community. The club also has a very professional structure, great support and - in Peter Taylor - an experienced manager who has assembled a talented squad of players capable of making an impression in the higher standard of football next season.


These are the brand new Grimsby Town 2009/ 2010 Errea home and away kits.

Thousands of supporters voted and chose home shirt Design 1 for the forthcoming campaign.

The new kits are expected to be a massive hit with Town fans and they will go on sale for the first time at a special launch event in McMenemys on Sunday. The shirts are also available from our online club shop.

The prices for the new shirts are absolutely the same as last year - £39.99 for an adult shirt and £34.99 for junior sizes.

Speaking about the new kits, commercial manager, Dave Smith, said: " I really hope supporters like the new kits for this season.


July 18th will mark the on-sale date of Manchester City FC’s home kit for the 2009/10 season. Inspired by the club’s heritage, the new kit will benefit from Umbro’s football tailoring process, delivering performance and style on and off the pitch.

The new kits will be available for pre-order in the FSC shop soon.

Most of us have already seen the new Man City 09/10 shirts, but here are some sneak previews.


The Lotto Zhero Gravity Tre, a very lightweight football boot has been designed for speed and in particular, those super fast players who count on sprints and sudden changes of direction to win.

However, unlike most of the high end Lotto models, the Zhero Gravity Tre is not equipped with the Italian company’s Twist’nGo technology which was launched back in 2008 ahead of the European Championships.

The Zhero Gravity Tre is the evolution of the first laceless football boot, the Zhero Gravity, which we first saw during the 2006 World Cup.


Following the Italy 2009 Confederations Cup home kit, these are the brand new Limited Edition Puma king XL Italia football Boots. These boots will be worn by Italian players such as Buffon and Camoranesi during the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa.

XL - the Roman numeral for 40 is a tribute to the 4 decades of football boots that Puma have made for legends such as Pele, Maradonna and Eusebio.

The Puma King Italia Players Bag is also part of the confederations range from Puma to honour the early 30's Italian National team, trained by Vittorio Pozzo (World champion '34, '38, Olympic gold in '36).'


Sunderland have revealed the clubs new change kit for the 2009-10 Barclays Premier League season, which will be officially launched at 6pm on Wednesday 8 July at the Stadium of Light, and will be available in the FSC Shop.

The modern, clean design features a predominantly white, round-necked shirt. This is complimented with impactful carbon sleeves with a contrasting sulphur trim. Sulphur panels also feature on the back and sides of the shirt, which has a shadow stripe emboss to the front and back.

The shirt is complimented with white shorts in a lightweight, durable woven fabric. The shorts feature carbon panels to the sides and sulphur on the lumbar panel.


This is the new Wrexham 2009/10 away shirt made by Umbro as modelled by Dragons' defender Neil Taylor.

Wrexham are once again with Umbro for the coming season, but instead of the light blue they used last year, it is a switch to white.

This will give them a number of mix and match options with either dark blue, white or red shirts, along with similar choices for the socks.

The club will also be retaining the light blue shirts as a third choice.


The first Designfootball.com Member kit design competition organized by Curswine is now opened. The winner gets to pick a shirt up to 50 GBP from our friends over at www.classicfootballshirts.co.uk

The team in question this time around is Sevilla FC, a Spanish football club from the Andalusian region. They are in more recent times one of the more successful clubs in Spain, claiming a Copa del Rey in 2007, winning back to back UEFA cup titles in 2006 and 2007 and topping this off with good league finishes and champions league football. More history can be found here.

Sevilla usually play in white shirts, white shorts and. black socks for their home games and this is what I pretty much expect for the competition although designers have free reign over what they publish as entries.

Below are the most recently released Sevilla 09/10 uniforms, and have come under some criticism from users of many football shirt websites as being "cheap" looking and "tacky" just to pick out a few words used in describing them.


Umbro and Manchester City Football Club today announce a unique ten-year brand partnership..
July 18th will mark the on-sale date of Manchester City FC’s home kit for the 2009/10 season. Inspired by the club’s heritage, the new kit will benefit from Umbro’s football tailoring process, delivering performance and style on and off the pitch.  
The home kit combines design elements from the past with new technology, refined detailing and a tailored aesthetic. Each seam on the crew-neck shirt has been carefully considered and selected for a specific function and the crest has been extensively re-mastered to bring a new level of detail to the club’s identity.
The away kit is a nod to Manchester’s symbol of industry and coat of arms – the Apis Millifera – more commonly known as ‘the bee’.  The shirt is black with yellow and gold inserts on the shoulders used to define and accentuate the upper torso.


The new Everton home kit for 09/10 made by Le Coq Sportif was officially revealed on Thursday.

At noon, Blues legend Howard Kendall revealed a huge banner which adorned the front of the new Everton Two @ Liverpool One store in Liverpool city centre. The banner showed Everton's player of the season, Phil Jagielka, wearing the kit.