Swansea City have launched their new 08/09 away kit for the forthcoming Championship campaign made by Umbro.

One of the fastest growing companies in Swansea has given the Swans their full backing by becoming the club's secondary shirt sponsor for the 2008-09 season. Halo Data, known locally as FSDM, will have pride of place on the back of the new Umbro flint grey and navy blue kit, plus the popular home shirt.

Matt Ash from FSDM said: "When the opportunity arose to sponsor the Swans, we jumped at the chance."It's football, Swansea and local. It's everything I love about living in Swansea. "Halo pioneered our consumer help lines for debt. We've helped over 55,000 people this year alone during the credit crunch and when I approached them with the idea of sponsoring the Swans they loved it."


Glentoran unveiled the new Home kit for the 2008-2009 season made by Umbro. The Glens will launch their stunning new home strip to their fans in the first week in August, just days from the big kick off.  Kit manufacturers UMBRO are readily preparing for an avalanche of demand as an inspirational Glentoran side prepare to claim their destiny once more.

Fans everywhere can get heir hands of the new kit from the official club shops at the ground.  Glentoran have opted for a midnight launch at The Oval on Thursday night 7th August / Friday morning 8th August, with doors opening at 10pm.  The "new look" Oval Superstore will be open all day Friday 8th August, as the Glens prepare for the opening day Home clash against Ballymena United the following day.


The new F.C. Atlas A.C. football kits were launched at the subcaliforniano Ulises Mendivil. The home shirt is half red and half black shirt divided up verticaly, with some gray details, black shorts and black/red socks. The away kit is a Grey shirt with some red details, Grey shorts and grey/red socks. The Third kit is a white shirt with 1 red and 2 black vertical lines in the middle, black shorts and white socks.

The Atlas Football Club was founded in a cafe of Guadalajara, Mexico, where a few students of the upper class society were remembering their experience of playing football in British Universities' squads where they had spent the last few years. They decided in the summer of 1916, to set up a football team called "Club de fútbol Atlas".


Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, also known as UANL or simply Tigres, unveiled its new home and away kit for the upcoming 08/09 season. The  Mexican club UANL Tigres were born as Jabatos, and later changed their name to "Tigres" (Tigers) in 1960.

The club does not assign the number 12 to any player in order to honour its fans as the 12th man.


OGC Nice unveiled its new home and away kit made by Lotto for the upcoming 08/09 season. In addition to the change in design, the new Nice kits welcome three new partners: Ubaldi.com, Minea and Nasuba Express.

The red and black shirt looks like the shirt Nice wore in the 70's with the red and black bands three times thinner than on the 07/08 shirt. The away shirt is traditional white.


We already showed you some quality leaked pictures of the Home and Away shirts (without the scudetto), But now Captain Javier Zanetti, Marco Materazzi, Adriano, Julio Cesar, Maicon and Amantino Mancini were the Nerazzurri models for the presentation of the new Nike kits for the 2008/09 season.

Inter's commercial director Katia Bassi welcomed members of the press to the unveiling ceremony at the training ground, while Nike Italy sports & marketing director Cristiano Carugati illustrated the features of the brand new kits.

To celebrate Inter and Nike's ten-year partnership, there was an exhibition of black and blue shirts from the past decade.

Nike presented a personalised shirt to José Mourinho, who commented: "The kit is beautiful, but it will only be beautiful if it's a winner. It's up to us now. We have made a strong start to our work and we will continue to do so in Brunico in the coming days.

"We play our first two friendlies there but I don't like the term 'friendlies' very much. These are two matches we want to win to build a winning season."


Some stolen Dumbarton FC shirts were on Ebay recently, but now Dumbarton FC officially launched the new home and away strips for the 2008-09 season, from new supplier Surridge. Fergus Tiernan, Michael Dunlop, David McEwan, Mark McGeown, Gordon Lennon and Paul Keegan were the models for a series of photographs.

Meanwhile the strips were selling like hot cakes to the 100 or so Sons fans who attended the launch and an open training session. The strips are available now at the stadium during normal opening hours and on match days, and can be ordered online.


Torquay United unveiled the new away kit for the 2008-09 season made by Vandanel. Both the home and away kits are now sponsored by City Link Builders who have invested heavily in Torquay United as the company has also put major funds into the Youth Department.

Adult shirts are priced at £39.99, Youth shirts £29.99


Cardiff City will run out in two specially prepared Portugal tour shirts during pre-season. As modelled here by Stephen McPhail, the first of the two Joma shirts featuring the Vansdirect logo will be worn by the squad for the Setubal game on Saturday, then at the Algarve Challenge Cup next week.

Please note that these shirts are NOT the official shirts for the 2008/09 season, but have been graciously provided by Joma for the duration of the tour. The official home shirt will be physically unveiled at Ninian Park for our pre-season encounter in the Vansdirect Trophy with Ajax on Friday August 1st.

Cardiff City today officially revealed the first glimpse of the new Joma manufactured Cardiff City shirt for the 2008/09 season. (see below)


Queens Park Rangers Football Club revealed the new third kit for the 2008-09 season made by lotto. The unveiling of the strip, which will be worn by the R's First Team squad in the opening pre-season friendly of the campaign against Stevenage Borough on Saturday, follows hot on the heels of the brand-new collection of the Lotto Sport Italia home kit which was revealed at the start of the month.

QPR Player / Coach, Gareth Ainsworth, who modelled the shirt at a recent photo-shoot, said: "Black strips always look really smart and Lotto have done a fantastic job with the materials and the cut of the shirt."

Hungarian midfielder Akos Buzsaky echoed Ainsworth's sentiments, commenting: "The players love the shirt.

"The home strip is symbolic of Queens Park Rangers Football Club with the Blue and White Hoops on show, but this is a great alternative."

Deputy Commercial & Marketing Director, David Orman, said: "The third kit is back by popular demand and we're really delighted with it.

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