These are the new Saint-Etienne kits 2017/18, ASSE’s new home, away and third jerseys for the 17/18 Ligue 1 season. Made by Le Coq Sportif, the new St.Etienne shirts were officially unveiled on June 29, 2017 by the club.
ASSE finished 8th in Ligue 1 in 2016/17, picking up 50 points from 38 games, the same number as Rennes and Guingamp, but ahead of them on goal difference. They were well in the running for a European spot midway through the season, but faded away towards the end.
The home shirt, as you’d expect from Les Verts, is a green creation from the Le Coq Sportif stable, with tri colour detailing on the neck and the cuffs.. Continue reading
These are the new Fiorentina kits 2016/17, AC Fiorentina’s new home and away jerseys for the upcomign Serie A season. Made by French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif, the new Viola strips were officially revealed on May 19, 2016 by the club. Le Coq Sportif, who also outfit French side AS Saint-Etienne, replaced Joma as Fiorentina’s official uniform partners at the beginning of the 2015/16 season Continue reading
These are the new Saint-Etienne shirts 2016/17, ASSE’s new uniforms for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Le Coq Sportif, the new St.Etienne tops were officially unveiled on 12 May, 2016- the 40th anniversary of the club’s famous European Cup final against Bayern Munich at Hampden Park in Glasgow. ASSE wore Le Coq Sportif for that game and many of their titles won (they are France’s most successful club) were with Le Coq Sportif as kit partners Continue reading
According to Italian media reports, French sporting brand Le Coq Sportif will take over as new kit partners of AC Fiorentina, ending the Tuscan outfit’s three year association with Joma.
Le Coq Sportif haven’t been very active in football recently, but fans will certainly remember their recent association with both Everton and Stoke and that with the Italian (1982) and Argentine (1986) World Cup teams. Continue reading
This is the new silver Everton third kit 11/12, Everton FC’s third shirt for the forthcoming 2011/12 season. The new Everton third kit 11/12 was released by Everton and kit manufacturers Le Coq Sportif in August 2011. Continue reading
This is the new Everton home goalkeeper kit 11/12, released by Everton FC along with their 2011/2012 home kit on July 4, 2011. The new EFC goalkeeper home kit has been made by Le Coq Sportif. Continue reading
This is the new Everton home kit 2011/2012 (11/12) that will be worn by Everton FC in their home games at Goodison Park next season. Everton finished 7th in the 10/11 Premier League season and beat Chelsea 1-0 in their final game of the season. The new Everton home kit 11/12 was officially released by Everton FC on July 4, 2011.
The Toffees had officially unveiled their amber away kit 11/12 and their camouflage goalkeeper kit, prior to the unveiling of their new 11/12 home kit. However photos of the new Everton home strip were inadvertently leaked by Australian forward Tim Cahill on Twitter. The shorts are white in colour, but they may also be blue depending on the game concerned. The greatest change in the new Everton home kit 2012 comes in the socks, which are blue in colour. Le Coq Sportif are the manufacturers of the strip, while Chang Beer continue to be the sponsors.
Here is a photo of Cahill in the new EFC home kit 2011/2012, standing with Brazilian midfielder Kaka plus other photos of the new Everton home shirt. Continue reading
This is Everton’s new away goalkeeper kit 11/12 that has been dubbed the “Camouflage” Kit by the Toffees. Everton stopper Tim Howard will wear this camouflage kit in league games away from Goodison Park in the 11/12 season.
The new Everton camouflage kit 2011/12 was first worn by Howard in Everton’s Premier League fixture against West Bromwich Albion on May 14, 2011. The kit, as with EFC’s amber away strip, has been made by Le Coq Sportif. Continue reading