Yeovil Town are giving all Glover's supporters the chance to choose next season's new home strip and are asking supporters to choose their favourite from three shirt designs. Over 200 supporters have already voted for their favourite new home shirt for the 2009/2010 Season

Speaking about the voting this morning, supporter liaison officer Sara Bradley said that the Club were extremely pleased with the response so far.

"When I came into work yesterday, I had ninety five e-mails waiting for me in my Inbox and had more come in throughout the day.

"We are hoping to receive a lot more so if you haven't voted yet, get voting now.

"It's still early days, but there is one shirt that is way ahead of the other two, but with eight days still to go that could all change."


This is the new Helsingborgs IF home shirt for the 09/10 season made by Puma.

The club was formed in 1907 after the merger of Svithiod and Stattena and the year after the club's formation, John Pettersson joined as club president, and under his presidency, the club won the league five times.

The year after, the club changed their kit from white shirts and blue shorts to red shirts and blue shorts, as well as winning the Scandinavian Championships.


Queens Park Rangers Football Club revealed the new 09/10 home kit made by Lotto.

The strip, which will be worn by the R's First Team in our final home fixture of the season against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday 25th April, features the iconic Blue and White Hoops, and - back by popular demand - the symbolic white shorts.

Club Captain Martin Rowlands is a huge advocate of the new kit and told the club website: "The Blue and White Hoops are the iconic image of QPR and the designers have got it spot on with this new kit.


For the first time in Swedish football, an elite club will use a non-profit sponsorship, as a number companies agreed to pay and match the advertising costs to not show a commercial sponsor name, but show the star for life logo instead.

Malmö FF have started a cooperation with Star for Life, a HIV/AIDS-project in South Africa. The charity will be able to get 2 million SEK/year which will be paid for by approximately 10 companies. The first company to be announced is tthe food store chain ICA.

- We think this is a nice shirt, but we also want to show that football is more than just money, it is also about commitment.

- Become a star in your own life. It's slogan, which will give hope to young people in South Africa. It is both about physics and to get an education, "said Dan Olofsson.

Also, there has been a shift in colour. The design team has looked at an old jersey from the 1930´s to find a more saturated nuance, making the sky blue somewhat darker than it has been the in the last 15 years.

- We have worked with this since the summer and have looked at 200 different shades of blue, and we have been searching in archives and books, continued Pelle Svensson. But we realized that everything had been bleached over the years.


The new England home kit is revealed today as England take to the field against Slovakia in an international friendly at Wembley. For the first time the kit has been created using a bespoke tailoring process for each player.

While the unique all-white kit is notable for its clean, classic, simplified look, it is the product of a complex design journey. Umbro has reclaimed its proud heritage with a modern, ‘Football Tailoring’ concept, which involved fitting sessions for every player, making each individual squad member’s kit unique to them.

Umbro’s design team, headed up by senior designer David Blanch, was joined by noted RCA graduate Aitor Throup, a specialist in motion design and Savile Row trained tailor Charlie Allen. Together they deconstructed the traditional kit and evaluated every stitch and seam in relation to its purpose in football.

The result is a stylish, made-to-measure kit specifically designed to adapt to and reflect player movement during a game. The fabric used is an evolution of current kit materials, combining a high cotton content with performance capabilities and breathability. The shorts come in different length fittings and even the socks have had seams repositioned and feature special ankle sections for improved fit.

Taking initial inspiration from the all-white strip worn in the 1966 World Cup semi-final against Argentina, the new kit is a stunning statement of confidence in pure, unadulterated, white-on-white. Even the star representing England’s 1966 World Cup victory is in tonal white. The only colours on display are a red Umbro logo and the newly-designed, light blue  ‘Three Lions’ Crest, as a beacon of pride on each player’s chest.

Every detail on the kit has been considered: from the easy-hanging, darted shoulders and ribbed, vented underarm, to the flattened inside seams; from the single-button placket collar to the layout of the airflow vents (which are arranged in the pattern of the roses on the Crest). Every detail is designed purposefully for ultimate performance and stylish appearance. The kit also features a small section under the badge for the name of the opposition and the match date for each game.

In line with the new ‘Football Tailoring’ approach, the new England shirt will be the first ever to be sold by chest size instead of the conventional small, medium and large sizes. The new England shirt will be available from sports retailers, the Umbro Tailored by England space in Shoreditch, London and online through the FSC SHOP with a recommended retail price of £50. 


VFF (Vietnam Football Federation) have unveiled the new Nike home kit for the 09/11 seasons.

Back in January, the VFF has signed a 5-year kit deal with Nike, which started from January 1st 2009, right after the VFF ended its contract with Li Ning, a Chinese sportswear company. The US$5 million contract with Nike, will last five years until 2014.


This is the new Sweden 09/10 National Team Home kit made by Umbro. The Swedish national team will use the new kit against Portugal on March 28.
The shirt is now available in shops, and its available in several variants such as Long sleeve, short sleeve and womans versions, with or without name & number. For the children there is junior kit with shirt & shorts.


Huddersfield Town has today revealed its striking new home kit for the 2009/10 season.

The announcement comes hot on the heels of the away shirt reveal last Saturday. The reaction to Town's new change strip of red and navy, featuring the name of muscle rub Radian B, has been extremely positive.

Featuring thicker blue and white stripes with a new red piping, white shorts and blue socks, the new home kit for the upcoming season features the logo of high-profile regional charity Yorkshire Air Ambulance thanks to a groundbreaking new partnership arranged between two of the county's iconic brands.

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