Independiente and Puma, the new kit manufacturer for Club Atlético Independiente, unveiled the official 09/10 home shirt.

It was shown by eleven Independiente fans who were selected from more than 15 thousand fans who participated in a web campaign were they told their stories connected with the club.

The V-Konstruct shirt is based on the fusion of man and machine, making geometric angles and to define the shape of the muscles.


Grimsby Town fans have the chance to pick the shirt that the Mariners will wear for the 2009/ 2010 Season.

The club have once again teamed up with Italian sportswear manufacturer, Errea, to produce designs for the supporters to choose from. Commercial Manager, Dave Smith said: "We thought that it would be a good idea to let fans have their say in what the team will be wearing next season.

Errea have been great in helping us with this project and fully endorse the fact that we have opened up the choice to supporters."

Voting ends at 12 noon on Friday 20th February. One winner will be selected at random. 


Daily Mail reports: 
"Nike's big plan to keep the look of the new England home shirt - supplied by their subsidiary company Umbro - under wraps until revealed when the players take off their tracksuits before the Wembley game against Slovakia on March 28 may have come unstuck.

Alleged pictures of the £50 shirts have been leaked to a website specialising in football kit culture, but Umbro claim they are not genuine.


Since the voting stage was introduced at the end of January Crystal Palace have received a large amount of votes from supporters for both the home and away shirts for season 2009/10.

Contrary to media reports the number of complaints received in writing by supporters has been minimal and the home designs have been given a very positive response. Choice one of the designs for the home kit is currently winning by a large percentage whilst the response has been mixed towards the choices of the away shirt.

In light of the mixed response received with regards to the away shirt the club have successfully negiotated a further away shirt with their new kit sponsor Nike, which you can see below a long with the complete range of all away designs.

Voting closes at midnight on the 22nd February.


Gremio launched the new kits made by Puma which the Brazilians will wear in the Copa Libertadores 2009.

At the official store, the GremioMania Shop in the Olympic Stadium, Gremio presented the new home, away and goalkeeper kits.


Phones at the Adidas headquarters must be red-hot, after the Bild, the best-selling newspaper in Europe with the seventh-largest circulation worldwide (3,985,503 copies) published the “leaked” Bayern Munchen 09/10 home shirt on the frontpage of their website.

Bild's nearest English-language stylistic and journalistic equivalent is often considered to be The Sun in the UK - the second highest selling European tabloid newspaper - with which it shares a degree of rivalry.

Adidas spokesman Oliver Brüggen: "The shirt pictured is one of several different proposals, which we shared with our partner Bayern Munich to discuss. “ A decision will be made at the end of the season. "

Read the article in German here.  And  (in English here - Are we seeing the new Bayern jersey? )


El Salvador unveiled their new 09/10 home kit and Goalkeeper kit made by Mitre.

According to Hugo Kohen, Mitre sales manager, the agreement with the federation includes funding for all national teams, including beach soccer, and will run until the last day of the World Cup 2010 in South Africa.

Mitre will also provide all other equipment and accessories such as balls, training kits and other equipment used for training. 


This is the new Urawa Red Diamonds 09/10 Home football shirt made by Nike.

The concept of the kit is “unity” and the idea of team solidarity is reflected in the design. The uniform is a mono colour red, which is the team’s symbol colour.

The name “RED DIAMONDS” is printed inside of the collar, which is certainly visible when hanged on a hanger, so players are able to see the print whenever they put on their shirts to play a match.

Printed on the outer side of the collar is “URAWA”. Such design enhances the solidarity of the team as well as the solidarity between the team and the local community.


Honduras unveiled the new football kits made by Joma which will be used during the World Cup 2010 Qualifying campaign.

The concept of the shirts is retro, but the technology used is up to date. Honduras will have three new national kits, the home shirt is traditional white with a H-in  blue on the chest..

The traditional away shirt, which will first be used against Costa Rica on February -11 is blue and white, while the new third shirt is completely blue with thin white stripes.

Joma used the technology called Sport Micro Mesh system, which allows the player to keep their body temperature, lose their sweat, while the fabric is water-repelling. 

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