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New White Leicester City Away Kit 11-12 Burrda

This is the new Leicester City away kit 11/12, to be worn by Leicester City FC ( the Foxes) in their away games during the 2011/2012 Championship season. The new Leicester City away kit 11/12 has been made by Burrda and comes nearly two months after the release of the LCFC home kit 11-12. Leicester officially unveiled the away strip on July 2, 2011. Continue reading

Burrda New Wolves Kit 11-12 Home

The new Wolves kit 11/12 ( 2011/2012) that will be worn by Wolverhampton Wanderers next season was unveiled on 18th May 2011 at Wolves’ annual end of the season awards dinner function at the Telford International Centre. The new Wolves home kit 11/12 consists of a gold shirt and black shorts with golden socks. Gambling major Sportingbet continue to be the sponsors of the Wolverhampton 2011/2012 home kit.

The new Wolves strip 2011/12 has been designed once again by Burrda, who have used the latest fabric technology in this kit. They have also used a moisture management system in the kit to ensure maximum comfort to the players wearing the top. In Burrda’s words, a special new process for the application of the Wolves and Burrda logos has been used, thereby creating a close to 3D effect Continue reading

Burrda Leicester City Home Kit 11/12

The new Leicester City home kit 11/12 ( 2011/12) was unveiled today morning ( May 7, 2011) by the Foxes. Leicester will wear this new Burrda home strip for the first time in their Championship fixture against Ipswich Town on May 7, 2011.

The new Leicester home kit sees kit makers Burrda go for a retro look, with a collar being introduced into the home shirt for the first time in nearly a decade. King Power are the sponsors of the LCFC home kit 11/12.

See photos of the new Leicester strip for the 11/12 Championship season below. Leicester are currently managed by Sven Goran Eriksson.

Also see the new white Leicester City Away Strip 11/12.

Short sleeved versions of the home top are available for sale for £40, with Leicester choosing to freeze prices. Continue reading