belgium 10-12 nike away shirt design

This is the new Belgium 10/12 Away football shirt design made by Nike which will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

belgium 10-12 nike home shirt design

This is the new Belgium 10/12 Home football shirt design made by Nike which will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

croatia 10-12 nike away shirt design

This is the new Croatia 10/12 Away shirt design made by Nike, which will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”

Grimsby Town 10-11 errea kit vote

Grimsby Town are once again offering fans a choice of home shirt for next 10/11 season. Supporters can see the graphic images and also how the shirt would look with new signing Tommy Wright wearing the sample shirts.The club has again teamed up with Italian Sportswear manufacturer, Errea, to produce a highly technical quality garment.

Five lucky voters will receive a pair of tickets for the home game against Macclesfield Town on 23rd February.

Fabrizio Taddei, Export Manager for Errea commented: "We are, once again, very proud to have worked with the club in order to provide the fans of Grimsby Town with the final decision regarding the team's new home shirt for the 2010/11 season. Both of these proposed shirts will be made using our state of the art Ti-energy nano-technology fabric, which was very well received by players and fans alike this season, and they retain the traditional black and white stripes but in two distinctively different styles. We think it will be a tough choice, so we would like to wish all the fans of Grimsby Town the very best of luck both with their decision and for the rest of the season.

croatia 10-12 nike home shirt design

This is the new Croatia 10/12 Home football shirt design made by Nike, which will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

usa world cup 2010 nike shirt away design

This is the new United States 10/12 Away shirt design made by Nike which will be worn at the World Cup 2010 in South Africa. The new US 2010/2012 kits will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

usa world cup 2010 nike shirt home design

This is the new United States 10/12 Home shirt design made by Nike which will be worn at the World Cup 2010 in South Africa. The new US 2010/2012 kits will be available through the FSC Shop after the official launch.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

Holland world cup 2010 nike shirt design

Dutch newspaper NRC today published the new home and away shirts of the Netherlands, the home shirt of Brazil and the away shirt of Portugal (published earlier at FSC). The new Holland 10/12 kits will be available through the FSC shop after the official launch.

The Dutch home shirt is quite basic with black stripes on the sleeves and a white vertical stripes on the side. The Brazilian home shirt is also quite basic.

Nike actively tries to stop ‘leaks’ of its new shirts, which will be presented later this spring It now turns out that Nike itself published the shirts on the Internet.

Legal people at Nike have registered photos of all national team shirts sponsored by Nike as a ‘registered design’ at the European Design Office.

Intellectual property specialist Diederik Stols explains: “It is logical that sports companies around the world register just about anything in an attempt to monopolize the market for national shirts. Nike did just that. But they should better have registered the designs one day before the official presentation, because the designs are now publicly accessible via the Internet. This time around, Nike has leaked its own shirts”.

Footballshirtculture.com will bring you more details in the days to come.

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