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Diadora and The Scottish FA announced the launch of the new Scotland Away Kit which will be worn by the team in the crucial world Cup qualifier in Amsterdam on 28th March 2009. The kit will be on sale the week before the game in order to enable the fans to wear their colours with pride in Holland and is now available to pre-order from today.

The players’ initial reactions on the first viewing have been fantastic, liking it to the previous away strip which has been a players and fans favourite since its launch in 2007.

The Away kit is a true combination of the latest in performance garment technology, Scottish football tradition and Italian styling:

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This seems to be the new Liverpool 09/10 away shirt made by adidas.

This is a leaked picture and it will take a while until the official kit launch later this year.

Thanks to TheReds

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As reported earlier, in honour of a player who helped them win their first major trophy, Manchester United will play in a remake of the historic kit from 1909 next 09/10 season.

Now, there have been some “leaked” 09/10 manchester United shirts on the web already, but this actually looks like the shirt used in 1909.

What do you think, could this be the new 09-10 Manchester United away shirt made by Nike?

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Most recently it was rumored that Le Coq Sportif will provide the new kits for Everton Football Club starting from the 2009-2010 season. 

These seem to be some leaked design options of what could be the new 09/10 Everton Home and away or 3rd shirt made by Le Coq Sportif. 

Le Coq Sportif also supplied kits to Everton from 1983 until 1986.

 

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The newly-redesigned Colorado Rapids home and away replica shirts for the 09/10 season were unveiled here for the first time a while ago but now the club officially launched their new 09/10 kits. 

The Rapids' authentic shirts feature a special 5280 on the back, and a US flag on the sleeve, some of the details that separate the authentic jerseys from the replica jerseys this year. 

Authentic short sleeve and long sleeve shirts will be available while supplies last only! Also available for the presale will be Rapids replica jerseys, and the Rapids' third jerseys, whose design is the only one that remains the same as last season.  

 

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In 1924 Umbro founder Harold Humphreys brought the art of bespoke tailoring to the World of football. He called it sportswear. 

Today Umbro once again brings together the traditional values of classic tailoring with modern fabric technology and a revolutionary design philosophy: Style meets performance. 

The new England kit is the proud result. Honouring the past, looking forward to the future.

The new England Kit is available for pre-order Now.

 

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Umbro presented the new official 09/10 kits of one of the most traditional football clubs in  Colombia, Santa Fe Corporación Deportiva. (commonly known by its old name, Independiente Santa Fe) 

Each shirt will have a unique number, so all fans who support their team can collect them for future benefits.

Umbro continues to strengthening its image in Colombian professional football.

 

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Scotland will wear a new away kit when they play against Holland in next month’s World Cup 2010 Qualifier. The last time Scotland used a “special” kit was against Georgia in the crucial Euro Qualifier for EURO 2008 on Wednesday 17th October, where they lost the game with 2-0 using a maroon outfit.

A Spokesman for the Tartan Army , Hamish Husband groaned, “Not another strip! The players and fans can be a superstitious bunch so this might not be the best time to change things. To be honest though I don’t know if Scotland have ever had a lucky strip.”

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PUMA and the stars of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), including three-time FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year, Marta, number one WPS draft pick and Olympic Gold Medalist, Amy Rodriguez, and US National Team midfielder and Women’s World Cup bronze medalist, Leslie Osborne, unveiled the home and away uniforms in New York today at a high-profile fashion presentation.   

TV personality and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Summer Sanders hosted the event, while fashion designer and winner of TV’s Project Runway Season 4, Christian Siriano added to the excitement by designing his own fashion interpretation of a home and away uniforms inspired by the colors and materials from of the league’s uniforms.

The WPS uniforms will be put to the test in the WPS Inaugural Match on March 29th in Los Angeles, California when the Los Angeles Sol takes on the Washington Freedom. 

PUMA brings a sense of fashion, flair and femininity to the kits with tailored jerseys, shorts and wraps. Although the uniforms have a more tailored silhouette, the technical materials, cuts and shapes are driven purely by performance, designed for the players to have the maximum flexibility to get them to the ball faster.

Made with 100% polyester, the PUMA WPS kits contain contract mesh inserts for comfort and breathability and, a shaped hem and flatlock stitching for a more feminine silhouette.  Each garment also has a wicking finish to allow for moisture management, keeping the players dry and comfortable. 

“Having the right technical gear and footwear during a 90-minute game is crucial to any soccer player,” said Leslie Osborne.  “PUMA has made apparel and footwear with the player in mind and they have truly proven themselves once again with the new WPS uniforms.  As a PUMA player, I enjoy PUMA both on and off the field.  Not only do they make athletic wear that performs, but it’s comfortable and stylish.”

       

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At Frontlinefootball you can hold any opinion on any aspect of football you wish – but if you write about it make sure you can back up your arguments.

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