The new Blackpool away strip made by Carbrini for the forthcoming 09/10 campaign has been officially revealed.

Modelled by defender Ian Evatt, the new away strip has been designed and manufactured by current kit supplier Carbrini Sportswear and contains state of the art manufacturing qualities that incorporate the very latest fabric construction techniques.


This is Charlton Athletic's brand new home shirt for the 2009/10 season - launched after the Addicks signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with Kent Reliance Building Society.

The new red shirt, which will be worn for the first time by Charlton's players at Welling United on Wednesday night, is made of a lightweight breathable fabric.

It features the return of a collar for the first time in eight years, plus a white stripe down the left-hand side of the front of the jersey, reminiscent of the club's centenary kit in 2004/05.

The white shorts of the new home kit, which is again manufactured by Spanish firm Joma, have a peach finish sports fabric. The socks are white and red.


On the eve of the team’s departure to the summer camp in Pinzolo, the new jerseys for the 2009-2010 season - which are available through the FSC Shop - were launched. The event, organized at the OGR (Officine Grandi Riparazioni), a suggestive location in the centre of Turin, saw the participation of general manager Jean-Claude Blanc and coach Ciro Ferrara while the jerseys were worn by the protagonists: Manninger, Amauri, Diego and Sissoko.

Nike Italia was represented by general manager Andrea Rossi who illustrated the innovations especially with regards to the second or away jersey. Both jerseys refer to the histroy of the club. The first jersey, in particular, has narrower black and white stripes and brings to mind the jersey worn by the protagonists of the Quinquennio (1930-1935) when Juventus on 5 consecutive scudetti. The shorts are white with a lateral black and white stripe while the socks, white too, have a subtle black line with “Juventus” printed on the calf.


Polonia Warszawa unveiled their new 09/10 kits made by Hummel. Hummel will be Polonia's kit manufacturer for the next three seasons.

Marek Kunda, Hummel Poland representative, said that in terms of new kits Hummel wanted to emphasize Polonia's tradition and history, but also include Hummel's well-known features.


The new Oldham Athletic 09/10 away kit will be officially unveiled this Thursday (July 9) at 9am, but here we show you a leaked picture of the new 09/10 away kit made by Carbrini.

The brand-new design was modelled at Boundary Park yesterday and will hit the streets on Monday, with sales beginning at the Latics Club Shop at 9am.

The new kit represents further progress for kit manufacturer Carbrini, who have included a number of new elements in the design. As you can see the Carbrini sponsors' logo has changed slightly along with a new navy design.


Hannover 96 officially launched their new kits made by Under Armour for the 2009/2010 season.

Numerous media representatives came to the AWD-Arena to take a look at the New Jersey collection of Hannover 96 and Under Armour.


Burton Albion Football Club unveiled the new away kit for the 09/10 season in the Coca Cola Football League 2.

The colours are white and royal blue.  The shirt is predominantly white with a royal blue trim, with perfectly matched shorts in predominantly royal blue with white trim. The shirt details the logo of the main sponsor Roger Bullivant Ltd.

The away kit will be available for purchase via the Club Shop from Saturday, 25th July 2009.


Bayer 04 leverkusen unveiled the new Adidas away kit for the coming 09/10 season. The basic colour is white, the sponsor’s lettering TelDaFax Energy is a bright red and the shirt has a yellow trim.

Goalkeeper René Adler and midfielder Tranquillo Barnetta launched the new kit on Tuesday in the refitted Bayer 04 fan shop in Leverkusen-Wiesdorf.

“It’s brilliant. White is a great colour anyway but the whole thing looks really good,” declared René Adler.


West Bromwich Albion have unveiled their new Umbro away kit for the 2009/10 Coca-Cola Championship season.

The new away shirt sees the club return to red, with navy detailing and silver pinstripes on the front and back.

It has a contemporary rounded neckline, a retro-style WBA monogram on the back collar area and will be enhanced by the club's bespoke silver-and-white numbering and lettering, which is exclusive to the Baggies in the Football League this term.


Wellington Phoenix FC has unveiled its 09/10 strips for the Hyundai A-League 2009/10 season.

The Phoenix’s primary playing strip features bold black and yellow stripes, black shorts and black socks. Subtle trim adds a modern touch to the strip, with the striped design modelled on the club’s official crest.

While the “home” strip has a distinctly “retro” look, the Phoenix alternate strip offers a nice counterpoint with a truly modern design. Predominantly white, the alternate shirt features a bold yellow horizontal hoop trimmed with black across the chest.

Phoenix chief executive Tony Pignata said the new primary strip represented a “back to basics” approach.

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