This is the new Fortuna Dusseldorf shirt 2019/20, F95’s new home kit for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Uhlsport, the new Dusseldorf jersey was officially unveiled on 12 May, 2019.
The new shirt takes inspiration from the club’s uniforms of the early 1980’s. The strip also serves as the club’s 125th anniversary one, so we have “125 Jahre 1895-2020” below the club crest, as well as “Kämpfen und Siegen seit 1895” (Fighting and Winning since 1895) inside the back of the neck.
Henkel will be principal shirt sponsors, and the new kit will make its debut on the final day of the 18/19 season (May 18)f when Dusseldorf host Hannover 96. Continue reading
These are the new Alanyaspor kits 2019/20, Turkish Super Lig club Alanyaspor’s new home and alternate shirts for the upcoming season. Made by Uhlsport, the new Alanyaspor uniforms were officially unveiled on 6 May, 2019.
The Czech footballer Josef Sural, who tragically died in a bus crash last month, was an Alanyaspor player. The bus also had Papiss Cisse and Steven Caulker on board, but the latter two survived.
Uhlsport have revealed three new kits for the club- white, black and orange. TAV Airports remain principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
These are the new Portadown FC kits 2015/16, NIFL Premiership outfit Portadown FC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming season. The strips have been made by Uhlsport and were officially unveiled on July 7, 2015 by the club.
Portadown finished 4th in the Danske Bank Premiership last season, finishing just four points adrift of a spot in Europe. Their season was in many a way identical to the 2013/14 season, where they also finished fourth.
Both home and away tops appear to use the same template. The home strip is all red while the away kit changes from blue to all white. Continue reading
These are the new Iran football kits for 2014, the Iranian national team’s new home and away shirts for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The new Iran 2014 jerseys have been made by Uhlsport. The white kit in the picture below will serve as Iran’s new home kit, with the red to serve as an alternate/change kit.
The standout feature on both jerseys is the presence of the Asiatic Cheetah on the shirt, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading