Monthly Archives: December 2010

Umbro Peru Soccer Jersey 2011 Home

This is the new Peru home soccer jersey, made for the Peruvian national team by Umbro. The new Peru kit 2011 was officially presented to the country’s president Alan Garcia by Umbro officials.

This is the Peru 2011 Copa America jersey, as well as the kit the team will be wearing in qualification for the 2014 World Cup to be held in Brazil.

Keeping in line with previous Peru kits, this jersey is primarily white in colour with a red sash across the shirt. The player number will be below the Umbro logo in red. Continue reading

New France Jersey 2011 Nike

Here is a first look at the new France 2011 soccer jersey made by Nike. This kit is the first one for France from the Nike stable. France were earlier sponsored by Adidas, whose forty year deal with the nation ended recently.

The photo on the top reflects the actual photo of the new France Nike Kit, released by the sportswear giant on January 17, 2011.

The photo on the bottom was the design of the French national 2011 jersey was made in the newspaper Le Parisien. The French rooster is on the left, the Nike logo on the right, with the player number in between the two on the jersey. Continue reading

Wigan Warriors Super League 2011 Home Kit

This is the new Wigan Warriors 2011 Super League Home Kit. Wigan are the defending champions for the 2011 Super League, having won the 2010 edition of the tournament by beating St.Helens in the playoff final.

The 2011 Wigan Warriors jersey has been manufactured by Rochdale based apparel company KooGa. Applicado-FS are the new sponsors of the kit.

This cherry and white Wigan strip is a break from the traditional home kits made by the club and coach Michael Maguire said he hoped it would be a hit with the fans. Continue reading

Adidas Valerenga Jersey Away 2011

This is Valerenga IF’s away jersey for the 2011 Tippeligaen season. The Oslo outfit play their home games at the well known Ullevaal Stadion and finished second in the Norwegian first division last season.

The away jersey is white in colour, with blue stripes on the sides. The Adidas logo and that of sponsors Nordea is also in blue. The shorts are white in colour, and like with the Valerenga home kit, are sponsored by Haflund. Continue reading

Valerenga Home Shirt 2011 Adidas

The new Valerenga Home Shirt for the 2011 season has been unveiled. Adidas have maintained the traditional blue and white home colours for Valerenga in this home shirt.

The shirt is blue in colour, with red stripes on the shoulders ( Adidas stripes). The Valerenga home shorts are white in colour. Nordea are the shirt sponsors while Hafslund appear on the shorts.

Valerenga finished 2nd in the 2010 Norwegian Tippeligaen. Continue reading

Twente sign Burrda shirt sponsorship deal

2009/10 Dutch champions FC Twente Enschede will be sponsored by Swiss apparel maker Burrda from next season (11/12). The amount of Twente’s new shirt sponsorship deal was not disclosed. Twente currently wear kits manufactured by Italian company Diadora.

Burrda already sponsors club teams like Watford, Wolves and Leicester City plus the national football teams of Belgium, Qatar and Egypt.

Barcelona sign new kit sponsorship deal with Qatar Foundation

Spanish giants Barcelona have announced a new kit sponsorship deal with Qatar Foundation. The new Barca Qatar Shirt sponsorship is reportedly worth 30 million euros every season. Barcelona will wear kits sponsored by Qatar Foundation for the next five years.

How much will Barca earn from the Qatar Foundation deal?

€150m ( over five years), or £125m.

Barcelona’s Qatar Foundation sponsored kits will be unveiled on Monday by new club president Sandro Rosell. The kit sponsorship deal was announced by the club’s economic vice president Javier Faus.

Barcelona currently wear UNICEF on their shirts and receive no money from the children’s charity for doing so. The new five year kit sponsorship deal with Qatar Foundation is a first in the club’s history.

However the UNICEF logo will not disappear from the shirts- but both the UNICEF and Qatar Foundation logos will appear on the kits.

This kit sponsor deal ends an era in Barcelona’s football history- they were the only Spanish club not to display paid advertising on their strip.