Exeter City opened their pre-season with a 2-2 draw wearing the new 09/10 home kit made by Carbrini for the first time.

The replica shirt will be available for purchase later this month and details will be announced soon regarding the official launch.

Exeter City’s revamped new club shop will be open Mondays to Saturdays from 11am till 5pm and stocks a whole range of training kit as well as the full kit as soon as it is released later this month.


Steaua Bucharest presented the new kits made by Nike for the 2009-2010 season, at a press conference held at the Stadionul Steaua.

Steaua players Sorin Ghionea, Petre Marin and Banel Nicola launched the kits which are made exclusively for the football team of Steaua Bucharest. Materials used for equipment includes the latest technology especially created for Nike athletes.

In developing the new design, Nike has kept the traditional colours, red and blue, but for the first time the shirt will have 5 stripes. Another novelty in the new season is that the team will have a third kit, which will most likely be used in the Romanian Cup matches.

Nike has already become a traditional partner of Steaua, extending the partnership with the 1st team, second team and the entire youth department.

“We are excited about this partnership because we want our players to receive innovative quality equipment - like the great football teams of the world, sponsored by Nike. We hope the new change in design will bring good luck for the new season, "said Valeriu tannin, president of Steaua.


This is the new Kaizer Chiefs 09/10 Home football shirt made by Nike.

Kaiser Chiefs, the British indie/britpop band from Leeds, was named after this South African football club, a team which former Leeds United defender Lucas Radebe played for.


FC Sochaux unveiled the 09/10 football shirts made by Lotto.

The club was founded in 1928 as a works team for the Peugeot motor car factory in the village of Sochaux. The following year, Sochaux's management sought to attract talented players from around Europe to become France's first professional football club.


Olympique Lyonnais unveiled the 09/10 home shirt made by Umbro.

Between the years 2002–2008, Lyon won the Ligue 1 title seven consecutive years(2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008), a record that no other club in France has matched.

The streak came to an end during the 2008–09 season, in which they finished in 3rd place.


Lazio unveiled the 09/10 home and away kits made by Puma.

Lazio's colours of white and sky blue were inspired by the national emblem of Greece, due to the fact that Lazio is a mixed sports club this was chosen in recognition of the fact that the Ancient Olympic Games and along with it the sporting tradition in Europe is linked to Greece.

Originally Lazio wore a shirt which was divided into white and sky blue quarters, with black shorts and socks. After a while of wearing a plain white shirt very early on, Lazio reverted to the colours which they wear today.

Some seasons Lazio have used a sky blue and white shirt with stripes, but usually it is sky blue with a white trim, with the white shorts and socks. The club's colours have led to their Italian nickname of biancocelesti.


This is the new Brøndby IF 09/10 away kit made by Adidas.

The club, founded in 1964 as a merger between two local Brøndby clubs, has won 10 national Danish football championship titles and five national Danish Cups, since the club joined the Danish top-flight football league in 1981.


The Newcastle Jets have unveiled the club’s Hyundai A-League 2009/2010 season kits made by Reebok. Established star Adam D’Apuzzo and youngster Sean Rooney this afternoon wore the new strips during a photo shoot along Newcastle Harbour.

While the first-choice strip retains the gold jersey, navy shorts and navy socks that Hyundai A-League fans have become accustomed to, the Jets’ alternate strip is decidedly different to anything the club has worn in the past. A navy jersey, embellished with gold and red trimmings, sits atop white shorts and white socks for this season’s new alternative kit.

Club chief executive, John Tsatsimas, today expressed his excitement regarding the new-look outfits.


Rapid Wien unveiled their new 09/10 home kit made by Adidas in the Vienna City Park in front of the Johann Strauss-monument.

SK Rapid Wien was founded in 1898 as Erster Wiener Arbeiter-Fußball-Club (First Workers' Football Club of Vienna). The team's original colours were red and blue, which are still often used in away matches. On January 8, 1899 the club was re-named, taking on its present name of Sportklub Rapid Wien, following the example of Rapide Berlin. In 1904, the team colours were changed to green and white.

The new kit is available in the Club Fanshop and online.


Reading FC unveiled their new Puma 2009/10 home strip, as well as goalkeeper kit and training wear.

The shirt is priced just £35 for adults and is a stunning new design as the Club enters a brand new era.

The Royals' brand new home kit will be available to view in person at a special launch event at the Reading FC Megastore - Saturday 11th July 2009.

Fans are invited to attend the event, which will run from 9am until 5:30pm, and see the brand new home strip for the very first time as Reading FC players model the kit during the afternoon.

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