Amsterdam, 20 april 2007

Adidas and Ajax released pictures of the new Ajax away kit (season 2007 - 2008).

They have chosen for a dark blue kit with light blue accents and white sponsoring and stripes. The new kit – as presented by clubtopscorer Klaas Jan Huntelaar – will be worn for the first time against Willem II, on Sunday 29 April

Huddersfield Town have revealed the kit that will be worn by Andy Ritchie's blue and white army next season!

For Town's new 2007/08 home kit, manufacturer Mitre have struck an arresting blend between the traditional and the modern.

The design has a classical look which is combined with a unique, technologically advanced 'Cool Fit' system.

The system is designed to be lightweight to give freedom of movement and has mesh panels down the side are positioned to allow heat to dissipate and cooler air to circulate whilst body moisture is transferred from the skin to the mesh.

Naturally, the shirt encompasses all of the vital aspects of any Huddersfield Town kit, along with some interesting new design features.

The most important part of the shirt is the traditional blue and white stripes which are noticeably different to last season.

Having shown supporters a view of the new home kit from the back last week, the club are now giving supporters their first on-line view from the front!

The strip was shown in the Western Gazette, with it being agreed that they could give the first exclusive showing, but now it is also here for all to see!

As you can see from Terry Skiverton's picture above, the green and white hoops are still alive and kicking and will be gracing Huish Park, as well as hopefully Championship stadiums too next season and beyond.

The lads will be wearing the new kit for the first time at the home match with Doncaster Rovers on Saturday the 28 of April 2007.

Commercial manager Dave Linney said today that supporters can order the new kit from Monday of April 2007, with it being ready for collection during the week leading up to the game with Rovers.

Here are some premiership kit launch dates for the coming 2007/2008 season. For those who might be interested in buying some of them.... 

Keep your eye on the footballshirtculture site then! soon we will be opening our very own webshop with all the latest official kits!! with all official names, numbers, and badges available !!!

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Here you find the new  07/08 premier league lettering

Sheffield United gave their supporters the opportunity to influence the look of their team’s homa and away strips for the 2007 2008 season.

Blades fans were being asked to choose the home strip for the forthcoming season - with one lucky supporter collecting the first kit off the production line from a player of their choice in the process.

The club launched the initiative on Friday (February 9) from which date supporters were able to select the new kit.

The strip options were available to view online at www.sufc.co.uk/superstore or via postcards which will be handed out at Bramall Lane at the Tottenham match on Saturday 10th.

The year is 2007, and Real Betis Balompie are now officially 100 years old. To celebrate the occasion the club launched the new official home, away and 3rd centenary kits.

Unfortunately for the Seville-based club and their dedicated followers, a year that should have sparked such celebrations has started with their team deep in the relegation mire, way down in 18th place in Spain's 20-team Primera division

 

The history of football club "Lokomotiv"(Moscow) dates back to 1923 when the Club named after the October revolution (KOR) was formed. It united the strongest football players of several roads of the Moscow railway junction.In the late 20s - early 30s KOR constantly figured as one of the strongest football collectives of Moscow.

It was renamed to Kazanka (Moskovskaya-Kazanskaya Zh.D) in 1931, and eventually to Lokomotiv in 1936. During the existence of the USSR Lokomotiv Moscow club was a part of the Lokomotiv Voluntary Sports Society.

The outfit of the Russian football club Lokomotiv FC is currently made by adidas. Dmitriy Sychev, Diniar Bilyaletdinov and Marat Izmailov took part in a photo session with the German technical sponsor of Lokomotiv FC.

Pictures were taken of them wearing the new 2007 -2008 home and away kits on tuesday morning 05.03.2007.

The results of this session you will be able to see in Adidas shops, aswell as on billboards around the city and at Lokomotiv's ground.

In the match at Cliftonhill against Stenhousemuir, Albion rovers fans have seen the launch of the strip to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the club.

It seems the colours are not, as previously thought revert to the pre-1961 colors of blue and white. Instead they turn to be red and yellow. The kit was modelled at half-time by a player, the club hope to wear it for real in the last (barring play-offs) match of the season at home to East Stirlingshire on 28th April.

Feyenoord released pictures of the new 07/08 home and away kit. The club kit will be sponsored by Fortis and produced by Kappa, like this season.

The away kit of Feyenoord for the season 2007/2008 gets the color black. At the front of the away shirt in the middle are vertical red-white stripes.The original club colours green-white-green are integrated in the collar of the shirt in a subtle manner, but will be replaced to another spot on the shirt. Rumors are that the shirt will get a golden feyenoord logo on the chest to celebrate 100 years of football in the town in 2008. But feyenoord officials have said that the golden Feyenoord logo will return in the 2008/2009 season.

The 2007/08 season will see Rochdale AFC celebrate 100 years of professional football in the town and to honour this achievement they will be reverting back to a replica of the kit worn in 1907.

Rochdale's home colours are blue shirts, blue shorts and blue socks. The first ever Rochdale kit was black and white striped shirts with white shorts, believed to be influenced by Newcastle United, who were one of the best teams in England at the time. Dale have reintroduced this striped kit for the centenary year, starting with the last home match of the 06/07 season against Hartlepool United on 28th April when at Spotland.

In 1949, Dale switched from stripes to the current blue kit, but it is unknown what the reasons were for this. Other kits have included white shirts with black shorts, white shirts with blue shorts and a blue shirt with white sleeves. Current Rochdale kits and training gear are manufactured by Nike.

The Dale have had sponsored shirts since 1983, the most notable sponsor being Carcraft. They are currently sponsored by MMC Estates, a housing company that currently is working in the Spodden Valley area. Other former sponsors include All-in-One Garden Centre, Smith Metals and Keytech.

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