Melbourne Victory 2010 reebok football kits

Melbourne Victory revealed the new Reebok home and away shirts it will wear in the upcoming AFC Champions League 2010.

Leading Australian parking operator Care Park will grace the front of the new navy and white shirts, which both feature Melbourne Victory's distinctive V and will be used exclusively in Asia's premier club competition.

"We would also like to welcome Care Park for the ACL and thank Managing Director Robert Belteky and everyone at Care Park for their ongoing support of Melbourne Victory." Melbourne Victory CEO Geoff Miles said.

fc seoul 2010 adidas football kits

FC Seoul unveiled the new 2010 home and away kits made by Adidas. FC Seoul is currently owned by GS Sports, a subsidiary of GS Group. The club is usually considered a powerhouse in the K-League, with the well-known financial backing of the GS Group.

The club was founded on 22 December 1983, and started out in 1984 as Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso Football Club, owned and financially supported by the Lucky-Goldstar Group (now LG Group).

millwall 125th anniversary macron shirt vote

Next season 2010/11 marks 125 years since Scottish workers at Morton's Jam Factory on the Isle of Dogs decided to form a football club which they named Millwall Rovers and whose colours would be the Dundee blue of their homeland.

To mark this milestone, the new kit manufacturers Macron will be producing a special limited edition souvenir shirt which will be worn by the team for one fixture near the date of the club's formation in October 2010. More details about this will become available in due course.

In addition, initial design work for next season's home kit has already been undertaken, but the final decision on the new strip will be made by Millwall fans.

Ulsan Hyundai Horang i 2010 le coq sportif kits

Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i unveiled the new 2010 Home and Away kits made by Le Coq Sportif.

Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i (which means Hyundai Tigers) is a South Korean football club, owned by Korean corporation Hyundai, that entered the K-League in 1984 as Hyundai Horang-i.

Corinthians 2010 nike centenary third kit

Corinthians unveiled the new 2010 Centenary third kit made by Nike. The kit honours the centenary of Corinthians and represents the warrior spirit of the team.
 
The new shirt features Nike Sphere Dry technology, a three-dimensional fabric construction that creates air spaces between the body and clothes, to keep the athlete cool and dry.

Corinthians was founded in 1910 by a group of labourers - mainly of Portuguese, Italian and Spanish descent - hoping to create a popular club in the city of São Paulo to play against the elite clubs that already existed. They are named after English amateur team.

england 2010 umbro away kit

Aitor Throup, the conceptual designer behind the new England 2010 away kit, tells us about the concept behind the kit itself in this Umbro video.

"We wanted to make this shirt as comfortable as possible. It’s only about ’66 in a visual context, it’s really more about the new design language that we’re inventing. For instance, the collar on the ’66 shirt was a high crew neck, which was quite uncomfortable. If you look at this shirt, from the side, it’s actually higher at the back than the front, so it ventilates much more easily and is much more comfortable.

If you take the principles of the ’66 shirt and that era, there’s a real design restraint to it all. If you take that approach, but on a modern form, you can get to some really new and interesting places.”

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