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Monday, August 29, 2016

Real Sporting Gijon Logo 1997 to Present.

The Spainish La Liga club, Real Sporting de Gijón from Gijón, Asturias and was founded on 1 June 1905. The club also known as Los Rojiblancos because of their red and white striped jerseys, their home ground is El Molinón stadium, the oldest professional football ground in Spain, in use since at least 1908. 

Real Sporting Gijón have worn red and white striped jerseys since their inception, being the first Spanish actual first division's team to wear red and white. The colors are those of the official flag of Gijón, which itself is based on the flag of the maritime province of Gijón, established in 1845.

Crest Since 1997
Image attached is the Sporting Gijon current official badge was used on the club. Their first official badge was introduced in the 1920s. It consisted of a traditionally shaped shield split into three sections, representing the club and the city. From 1931 to 1936, during the Spanish Second Republic, the badge consisted of a circular shield and had the royal crown in the top replaced by a mural crown. The club's badge is a triangle with red and white vertical stripes with 'S' (for Sporting) and 'G' (for Gijón) intertwined, in gold, across them. A crown in the top symbolizes the royal patronage

Font Sporting Gijon 2016/17 Kits

Spainish Real Sporting Gijon 2016-17 new home and away shirts are made for the first time by Nike. Replacing previous jersey supplier Kappa, the club has remained faithful traditional white and red stripes of the club kit design which is based on the flag of the region of Gijon. Additional featured the flags of the city of Gijon and the Asturias region on the back under the neckline.

The player identification name and number is clear to all with the white font for home and fluo-yellow for away. New design font was introduced with the Rojiblancos crest placed on the bottom numbers.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Supercopa De Espana Sleeve Badge

Also known as the Supercopa de España  ( Spanish Super Cup ) is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey. In the event that a team wins both La Liga and the Copa del Rey, the runners up of the Copa del Rey will play against the winner of La Liga. The right sleeve badge also featured for the both team on these final match.

Supercopa De Espana Chest Patch 2015 thru 2016

The Supercopa de España patch that both teams shirts featured with a print "Supercopa De Espana" logo along with the years appears on the chest. Also known Spanish Super Cup is a Spanish football championship contested by the winners of La Liga and the Copa del Rey. In the event that a team wins both La Liga and the Copa del Rey, the runners up of the Copa del Rey will play against the winner of La Liga.


The Winners
Years 2015, Athletic Bilbao won the trophy 5–1 on aggregate for their first honour in 31 years. Aritz Aduriz scored a hat-trick for Athletic Bilbao in the first leg in a 
4–0 win on 14 August. He added a fourth goal three days later in the second leg, which ended in a 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou

Years 2016, FC Barcelona won the trophy. The 2016 Supercopa de España was a two-legged football match-up to be played in August 2016 between the champions of 2015–16 La Liga and 2015–16 Copa del Rey, Barcelona, and the runners-up of the 2015–16 Copa del Rey, Sevilla.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Font Athletic Bilbao 2016/17 Kits

Athletic Club de Bilbao with the Nike kits for their 2016-07 Spanish La Liga, Copa del Rey and UEFA Europa League seasons. Once again sponsored by Kutxabank, the design also incorporates a small Basque flag, the Ikurriña, on the back of the neck rib. Athletic Bilbao away kit is dark green with raglan-cut sleeves that are offset in an even darker shade of the color. Piping in the main color is present in the form of piping around the back of the neckline of the away shirt. Additionally, a red stripe runs down on each side of the new Athletic Bilbao away kit.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Font Real Sociedad 2016/17

Spainish Spanish La Liga club, Real Sociedad de Fútbol both home and away kits supply by Adidas for the upcoming 2016-17 season. The Real Sociedad 2016-2017 home jersey features the traditional Txuriurdin (White and Blue) and the away kit is a contemporary rounded neck affair that uses a black base. Additional new design font were apply for player name lettering and numbering on the back of the shirt. With the custom numeric and the letters base on the typho "Forque", new font was introduced in white and crystal blue logos for away.  Sociedad crest placed on the bottom numbers.

The detailing on shirt with the flag of the Basque country on the back of the neckline. The printed on the kit as a symbol of regional pride.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Updated Font Arsenal Champions League 2016/17 Kits

Completed Arsenal 2016-17 Champions League version font. 
The Arsenal FC font, sets still not completed, waiting for the away Champions League version sources. The 2016-17 font similar as the Italian national Puma typho style, features a subtle outline in Navy blue color. The Arsenal crest is placed inside the numbers at the bottom.