arsenal 12/13 nike home football shirt

Arsenal Football Club unveiled its new Nike home kit for the 2012/2013 season, which is available here.


The playing kit features a blue hoop detail inspired by the home kit socks worn in the 1930s under legendary manager Herbert Chapman.

As is traditional with the north London club, the world renowned red and white is the main colour way in the shirt, with a block red body and white sleeves.

Further details in the shirt include the outer back neck graphic which references the WM formation that Chapman pioneered so successfully, along with the inner back graphic which reads “Victoria, Concordia, Crescit” – the Club’s long-held motto since 1948 which translates as Victory through Harmony*.

Olympique Marseille 12/13 adidas home football shirt

This is the new Olympique Marseille 12/13 Home football shirt made by Adidas, which will be available here.

Featuring the usual white and blue but now adding the orange used over recent seasons in change kits, it also carries brand new sponsor Intersport.

The city crest is embossed into the fabric on the chest and with the addition of orange - which is likely to also feature in the Third shirt, another tribute to the South Winners supporters group - it should be very popular with the fans when it is worn in the final home game of the season v Auxerre in at Le Stade Velodrome this Sunday.

Another change that the accompanying socks will be in blue rather than the usual white, a throwback to l'OM's original kits.

dundee fc 12/13 puma home football shirt

Dundee FC unveiled the new Puma Home and Away kit for season 2012/13 and modelling them in the famous Dens Park Boardroom are the first two players in the 2012/13 squad to be announced, Ryan Conroy and Leighton McIntosh.

Looking resplendent in the traditional dark blue home kit and the new white away kit everyone at Dens is excited at the prospect of the boys joining the fight for promotion next season. With hints of Dundee strips of old, we'll let you guess which ones but from 62/63 and onwards.

burnley 12/13 puma home football shirt

Burnley Football Club revealed the official Puma home kit to be worn for the 2012/13 npower Championship season.

The Burnley PUMA Power shirt is inspired by a return to the style of historic football shirts but with a distinctively modern look and feel. The 1950's design has been reworked to deliver an antidote to the over-designed, complicated kits of today.

The home kit, incorporating the new sponsor Premier Range Kitchen Appliances, features a broad blue stripe across the chest, incorporating the distinctive club crest and Puma logo.

swansea city 12/13 adidas away football shirt

Unrivaled pride and passion were met with praise and points as Brendan Rodgers's side defied the critics and maintained the Swans' top-flight status. Now they celebrate that superb achievement and 100 years of Swansea City with the launch of the new Adidas away kit for the 2012-13 season.

They were bursting with pride in becoming the first club to represent Wales and fly the flag in the Premier League - so proud and patriotic that they will wear their nation's colours up and down stadiums throughout England next season, spreading the good word of Swansea City and Wales everywhere they go.

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

Celtic Football Club unveiled its new 12/13 Nike away kit, which is available here
The 2012/13 season is set to be an extraordinary one, as Celtic Football Club, founded in 1888 will be celebrating its 125th anniversary. Nike has created special kits for this anniversary.

The away jersey is a modern classic, inspired by the club´s proud history. The jersey focuses on a contemporary design – it stays true to Celtic’s roots and is hooped, but in a more tonal way.

middlesbrough 12/13 adidas home away football shirts

Middlesbrough's new adidas home shirt for next season sees the return of the white chestband that has become such a popular feature with supporters over the years - and it's now on sale.

The chestband has become something of a trademark since it was first worn by Jack Charlton's Second Division champions in 1974 and reappears for the first time since 2008-09.

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