Plymouth Argyle have agreed "the most commercially attractive deal in Argyle's history" with the global sportswear giant Adidas, who become exclusive suppliers of all our playing, training and replica kit over an initial four-year period.

The green and white design carries the distinctive logo of our shirt sponsors, Ginsters, as well as a revamped badge.

Pilgrims' chief executive Michael Dunford said: "We are delighted to be teaming up with adidas, a global brand renowned for excellence in every corner of Planet Sport.

"It is a fantastic coup for the club. Our partnership represents the most commercially attractive deal in Argyle's history and I believe it will be a fruitful and mutually rewarding experience for both parties.


Leeds United announced the unveiling of the new 2009/2010 home kit made by Macron

The kit will be worn for the first time by the players in our final home league game of the season against Northampton Town at Elland Road on Saturday May 2.

The new kit will be available to purchase at 9am on Saturday May 2 from the Superstore at Elland Road and via the Online Superstore.

The new shirt incorporates a striking blue side panel on the shirt and shorts with Royal and Yellow trim adjacent to the club crest, a new netflights logo, and a Macron logo which is now Royal Blue to complement the new strip design.



We showed you a leaked picture months ago, but today Chelsea and adidas revealed the new home kit for the 09/10 season, which is available here.

Just one match away from a consecutive Uefa Champions League Final when they face Barcelona next week, the call to action behind the launch, 'Every Team Needs A 12th Man', has never been more apt.

The campaign underlines the importance and the difference that supporters make to a team's success and has unique interactive features.

The shirt will be worn for the first time on Sunday 17 May against Blackburn Rovers in the penultimate league game of the season.

As always adidas has incorporated the highest sporting, technology and design standards into the shirt.


Wolverhampton Wanderers have unveiled their new 09/10 home and away shirts at a glittering ceremony at the start of the biggest ever End-of-Season awards dinner.

The new shirts, carrying the logo of new club sponsors, were revealed for the first time at the dinner at Telford's International Centre as modelled by Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Karl Henry, Matt Jarvis and Kevin Foley.

The home shirt, manufactured by Le Coq Sportif, has a distinctly 'retro' feel, and is predominantly gold after supporters expressed a preference for a minimal amount of black on the shirt.

The small amount of black on the ribbed colour and sleeve pays due reverence to Wolves shirts of the past which in common with many clubs at the time had shirts of just one solid colour, with a contrast colour where appropriate.

The away kit was always going to prove something of a challenge after record sales of last season, and it was decided after similar consultations to go with a predominantly white kit for the Premier League.


WALSALL FC has announced new shirt sponsorship and kit manufacturer deals. NHS Walsall have agreed a two-year shirt sponsorship deal, which will be used to promote Walsall Hospice.

Admiral will be manufacturing The Saddlers' playing and replica kits whilst Sign Specialists have agreed a one-year back-of-shirt sponsorship.

NHS Walsall have a strong partnership with Walsall FC, working closely to improve health within the borough. Already sponsors of the Txt 64446 Health Stand at the Banks's Stadium, NHS Walsall will become The Saddlers' new shirt sponsors and will use this as a vehicle to help raise the profile of Walsall Hospice.

Walsall Hospice is set to open in September 2010 and needs to raise £1.5 million to ensure the building is fully-funded and maintained. It is the hope of Walsall FC, NHS Walsall and Walsall Hospice that today's announcement will ensure that the project obtains the publicity it needs to raise this amount, which will be used to fit and equip the building as well as covering the first years running costs.

"A Hospice for Walsall has been an ambition of the Borough for more than 20 years," said Chairman of NHS Walsall, Geoff Archenhold. "With help from NHS Walsall it is expected to open next Autumn so having the name of Walsall Hospice on the football kit is an ideal reminder to everyone that the Hospice needs wide support from the whole of the borough to fund this long-desired endeavour."


Sunderland unveiled the club's home kit made by Umbro for the 2009-10 season.

The v-neck shirt, which of course features the traditional red and white stripes, will be on sale in club stores from 6pm on Wednesday May 20th.

The design features red panels on the arm and shoulder area and the Sunderland badge is housed within a shield, enabling a clean finish to the inside of the shirt.

Additional innovative club-related elements also feature on the shirt such as a subtle embossed crest detail on the chest, an inner back neck transfer detailing the lifespan of the shirt and the Black Cat logo on the back collar area. The shirt utlises a lightweight performance polyester fabric featuring Umbro's Climate Control technology, which enhances the movement of moisture away from the body.

The shorts, in a lightweight, durable woven fabric, are black with red side panels and this season sees a return to black socks, with contrast red turnover and striping detail to complete the clean visual aesthetic of the new kit.

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Ellen Roche and players of the team presented the new official  Figueirense 09/10 club kits in event held in partnership with the Italian brand FILA

On Monday,FILA and Figueirense celebrated their new partnership with the launch of the official kits produced by the manufacturer in an event held in Florianópolis.

With Italian origin, almost one hundred years old, the sports brand, which until now was dedicated to the segments of running and tennis, is to produce items for football, in addition to the sponsorship of the club.


Ajax Amsterdam unveiled the new 09/10 away kit made by Adidas.

The new away kit will be used for the first time against Sparta Rotterdam on Sunday, May 3

The new away collection will be available for sale from Friday, May 1 at 10:00 am exclusively available in the Official Ajax Fanshop at the Amsterdam ArenA.

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After unveiling their special green day shirt earlier, Vandanel and Doncaster rovers unveiled their new shirt that will be worn by Doncaster Rovers in the Championship next season and beyond.

There have been quite a few changes made to the kit from last year's. Although the colours of all aspects of the kit remain the same, there have been changed made to the design.

The most obvious change to the shirt is on the collar. The basic v-neck collar of last season has been replaced by a new crew neck collar with v-panel, adding a sportier look but that also allows for greater comfort.

Another big change has been made to the sleeves. The new Vandanel shirt incorporates plain red sleeves, as opposed to last season's hooped sleeves.

Speaking of hoops, the new kit's hoops are wider and, as a result, are fewer and have been given a black trim to each.

The Rovers' main club sponsor, Wright Investments, keep their logo prominently on the front; however, in addition to associate shirt sponsor Stoneacre (which remains on the top of the back of the shirt), the sponsor's logos are now printed onto the shirt, as opposed to embroidered - allowing for the shirt to be much lighter.


Blackpool launched their new home kit for the next two seasons in the Championship fixture against Nottingham Forest.

Modelled by captain Rob Edwards, goalkeeper Paul Rachubka and long-serving midfielder Keith Southern, the new strip has been manufactured by new kit supplier Carbrini Sportswear and contains state of the art manufacturing qualities that incorporate the very latest innovative fabric construction techniques.

Reverting back to a woven club badge, the tangerine home shirt is styled with a semi-rib v-neck and contains the sponsorship logos of Carbrini Sportswear and Glyn Jones Estate Agents. 'Seasiders' text can also be seen on the inside lower hem of the shirt, which provides great hanger appeal.

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