Inverness Caledonian Thistle will be 'all white on the night' this season with a new white away strip for their SFL title bid -- a complete change from last season's black strip.

New signing from Leicester City, midfielder Lee Cox, and former Motherwell and Southend striker Richie Foran, who has penned a new deal despite SPL clubs' interest, paraded the new kit, meeting Flybe cabin crew in front of a Flybe jet today.

Manager Terry Butcher said: "The new strips have arrived from manufacturers Errea and they look very smart indeed -- white for a new start in a new division. I'm sure the fans will like it, though, of course, their priority is for us to score goals and win games in the strip.

"The players are all delighted that Flybe have extended their main sponsorship of the club for a 3rd year, so it's appropriate we do the kit launch beside one of their jets.

We're looking to give them payback by mounting a really strong campaign to return to the SPL at the first attempt -- with plenty of fans wearing the new strip to encourage us."


Birmingham City revealed the brand new 2009/10 home kit made by Umbro.

The predominantly royal blue kit, with a white panel above the chest and a white collar was a particular favourite of Blues Captain Lee Carsley.

And you can see him and the rest of the boys wearing it for the first time in the pre-season friendly Vs. Real Sporting De Gijon on Saturday 8 August.


This is the new Chesterfield FC 09/10 'End-of-an-Era' replica kit, sponsored by VK Vodka Kick, which is being officially launched in-store at the Club Shop and online this Thursday 16 July.

For the final season at Saltergate there is just one main kit, which will be used for both home and away matches.  Last season's red away kit will continue to be used to avoid colour clashes away from home.

Head of marketing Alan Stevenson said: "The Spireites new shirt is probably unique in football as a large image of the Recreation Ground has been sublimated into the material to mark our last season and truly the end-of-an-era at Saltergate."


The new Manchester City 09/10 home shirt goes on sale this Saturday, but can be seen here as tevez shows it with pride...

The shirt combines new materials that deliver a new level of performance, with the fabric cleverly knitting cotton on the outside with polyester on the inside. The cotton helps deliver the City colour with a saturated style and confidence, while the inside delivers all the technical performance required by top Premier League players, using a lightweight polyester with an eyelet structure that helps move moisture rapidly away from the skin.

The new adult shirt will retail at £36 and is available through the FSC Shop.


Ross County unveiled the new 09/10 Home kit made by Adidas. Modelled by new signing Paul Di Giacomo, the design that manager Derek Adams and the boys have gone for is in the Adidas Tiro range.

It's predominantly navy, with 2 white predator like slashes down the right side and a white left sleeve. The classy strip is finished off with red numbers, bringing a return to the true County colours of navy, white and red for season 09/10.

The new kit will be available from 25th July, when it will be launched in the Club Shop at 1pm. Prices have been set as follows:


Barnet unveiled the new home and away kits made by Vandanel for the coming 09/10 season at the Community Day.

Steve Betts, the Barnet FC shop manager commented: "A popular choice amongst most supporters it seems. After speaking to a number of fans last season many said that they would like to see the team to be back playing in amber shirts."

Both the home and away shirts are available from the club shop.


Southampton have revealed the new Umbro away kit for the 09/10 season.

The long-awaited navy and yellow strip will be worn for the first time this Saturday in the match against Ajax for the Ted Bates Trophy.

Fans will be able to pre order their kit, for home delivery on day of launch from Monday 20th July via the online store.


Peterborough United confirmed that the blue home kit and green third kit will stay the same with a brand new away kit for the 2009-2010 season.

Following the tremendous success of the last two seasons Darragh MacAnthony and MRI have negotiated to extend its Shirt Sponsorship deal with the football club for another year.


Stoke City unveiled the brand new 2009/10 Barclays Premier League Home Kit made by Le Coq Sportif.

The phrase "Classic Stoke, Classic Stripes" certainly rings true in the Club's latest offering, which sees the return of more traditional sized red and white stripes.

Manufactured by Le Coq Sportif, the shirt is made of 100% polyester interlock with pinhole mesh vents down the sides to enhance breathability.

The white shorts also have red detailing on the sides whilst there's also a red band at the top of the socks.


West Ham United officially revealed the brand new Umbro home kit for the 2009/10 season - with Ray Winstone the first to don the new-look strip.

The die-hard fan and Hollywood actor took time out from his busy schedule to take part in a special promotional photo-shoot at the Boleyn Ground as part of the club's new 'I'm Forever' campaign with a host of local supporters also getting involved.

The new-look kit will be available from the club's Lakeside and Stadium stores from Thursday 30 July but can be pre-ordered today by clicking here.

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