Spanish club RC Celta de Vigo have announced a new kit sponsorship deal with Adidas that will see the German manufacturer design kits for the Galician outfit beginning the 2013-14 season. Celta, whose current uniforms have been made by Chinese company Li-Ning, have also unveiled the design of a special Adidas jersey will be worn against Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey next month. Continue reading
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This is the new Melbourne Heart third kit 2012/13, Heart’s second alternative kit for the 12/13 A-League season. MHFC’s new 3rd uniform is a fan designed kit, worn by Sam Hernandez, with the winning design being chosen by coach John Aloisi and skipper Fred. This Melbourne Heart third shirt 2013 will be worn for the first time in the club’s league clash against Perth Glory in February. Continue reading
These are the new FC Nordsjaelland jerseys 2013/2014, Danish giants Nordsjaelland’s new home and away shirts for the 2013/14 Superliga season. Nordsjaelland competed in the group stages of the 2012/13 Champions League along with Chelsea, Shakhtar and Juventus, but finished fourth in a tough group. The new Nordsjaelland 13/14 uniforms are the first to be made by Italian company Diadora following their freshly penned five year deal with the club and were officially revealed by the club on December 11, 2012. Continue reading
This is the new Sligo Rovers 2013 jersey, League of Ireland champions Sligo Rovers’ new home shirt for the 2013 season. Sligo won the title, their first in 35 years, ahead of Drogheda United and St.Pat’s Athletic and will be competing in the qualifying rounds of the Champions League during the 2013/14 season. Sligo’s new 2013 League of Ireland jersey has been made by Umbro and was officially unveiled on December 6, 2012 by the club. Continue reading
Warrior Football have made their first foray into the Spanish football market after announcing a five season kit sponsorship deal with Spanish La Liga side Sevilla FC. The deal will see the Michigan based company make kits and training wear for the Andalusian outfit from July 2013 onwards ( beginning 2013/14 season). Sevilla are the second European club to sign a shirt sponsorship deal with Warrior after Liverpool FC. Continue reading