PSV Eindhoven, of the Dutch Eredivisie, are turning out in the 2014-15 season in the Home shirt and kit pictured, by Nike.

In the famous red and white stripes, along with an almost equally familiar black collar, the shirt is instantly recognisable as PSV.

The images here show Blackburn Rovers current (2014-15 season) Home football shirt and kit, by Nike.

Originally brought into the public consciousness via a bizarre marketing campaign featuring a diehard Rovers fan making “a date” with the new design at the club shop, the new shirt features the famous halves in white and a - now rarely seen - paler tone of blue.

This is the Eindhoven, Netherlands side PSV’s current, 2014-15 season, Nike Away football shirt and kit.

The white shirt is complemented with neat collar and cuff features - light blue trim finishing off both - and a geometric graphic on the shoulder, in a blue which is then shadowed with a paler tone behind the crest. The usual “sponsor”’s logo - of enduring partner Philips - appears in black.


Bolton Wanderers launched its new Macron-manufactured third kit for the 2014/15 season.

In support of Blesma, The Limbless Veterans, the club’s national charity partner for this season and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, 1,000 limited edition military green third shirts are being produced. Each shirt comes complete with a special presentation box and £10 from the proceeds of each sale is being donated directly to Blesma.

This is the current Millonarios (of Colombia) Away football shirt and kit, by adidas.

In a reversal of the the Home colours, the shirt is in white with sparing use of blue in trim, mainly on the shoulders and adidas stripes. The crest is embroidered along with the adidas logo - both in blue - with the standard Pepsi sponsor also appearing on the front.


This is the current Borussia Mönchengladbach Away football shirt and kit, by Kappa, currently available for use by the side in the German domestic and Europa League campaigns.

With a nod to the stripes of the Home shirt, the Away version carries bold vertically-running blocks of dark and light green, with the central stripe bordered in white below a neat white and green V-neck collar.

The images herein display the FC Copenhagen 2014-15 season Away football shirt and kit by adidas.

In black, embellished with the unfamiliar pink colouring in both adidas stripes and pinstripes running vertically down the front of the shirt, the Danish club’s new change style is striking and minimalistically trimmed with a neat white and black overlapping V-neck collar and the familiar bold Carlsberg Sport sponsor's logo. The adidas logo is in white and the FCK crest is full-coloured.

This is German Bundesliga side Borussia Mönchengladbach's Europa League shirt and kit, by Kappa, being worn in this season's secondary European competition.

Debuted against Villarreal, the black shirt is augmented with horizontal stripes in green around the chest area, with a thicker white bar running behind the crest.


This is the new Club Atlético River Plate Home football shirt and kit, by adidas, for the Argentine side's matches over the coming months.

Utilising the returning adidas style of their famous three stripes as hoops running horizontally around the sleeves - not seen regularly on football shirts for nearly two decades - the shirt is otherwise in keeping with the classic River look.

Classic Football Shirts