Saturday, August 24, 2019

Serie A Special 2019 Badge Of Honour

Italian Serie A introduced a new badge of honour for the 2019/20 campaign and also part of the new identity of the Italian league. The blue patch features the new league logo as well as laurel wreath in gold, with a small Italian flag detail at the bottom. 
The special badge is where the selected individual players will wear a special gold crest on their shirts throughout the new campaign to celebrate significant individual accolades. Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella, the Serie A 2018-19 season top scorer, the only player to wear the badge this season, he's expected to be joined by the winners of the 2018/19 campaign, Best Goalkeeper: Samir Handanovic, Best Defender: Kalidou Koulibaly, Best Midfielder: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Best Young Player: Nicolò Zaniolo, and MVP: Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Premier League 2019 Asia Trophy Sleeve Badges

Premier League custom sleeve badge with smart digital technology will be used for the first time in 2019 Premier League Asia Trophy, played in China from 17-20 July, 2019. Avery Dennison has designed a bespoke, technologically advanced sleeve badge to be worn by players on the two matchdays in Nanjing and Shanghai. In addition to the sleeve badges, players from all teams will wear their names and numbers on the back of their shirts.

Avery Dennison has collaborated with Chinese artist Zhijun Wang to design the custom-made sleeve badge for the tournament which will be worn on the playing shirts of Manchester City, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers – the four Premier League teams taking part.The design features a unique typeface for the Chinese characters that read 'China', based on a similar pattern to that of the Premier League, additional behind the Premier League lion, there is a waving flag, showing the unity in the sport.

Premier League 2019/20 Sleeve Badges

Started from the Premier League 2019-20 season. New left sleeve Badges have been revealed, made by new supplier Avery Dennison. The new Premier League 2019-2020 sleeve badge have an upgrade with a slightly refreshed gradient design that was added to the edge of the logo and a change to printed vinyl. Additional the Champions version in gold and comes without the Premier League lettering. The badge size 8cm x 8cm made by Thin Plastic Flock.

The comparison new Premier League 2019-20 season badge from the previous design that was introduced ahead of the 2016-17 season.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Holland Euro 2004 Away Kits Set

The Holland  Euro 2004 away kits, The kits used the same templated as the team main orange color. Features with the Euro 2004 and UEFA Fair Play sleeve patches heat pressed, transfer materail crest, Nike logo and match detail, all seams of the design on front and back are heat bonded, larger mesh ventilation panels.

Away kits was worn in Euro 2004 :
26 June 2004, Sweden 0–0 (a.e.t.) Netherlands. Penalties 4–5 at the Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé
and Semi-finals 30 June 2004, Portugal  2–1 Netherlands, at the Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon.

Soon I'm will worked the Holland Euro 2004 keeper kits to completed the collection.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

Uefa Super Cup 2019 Match Details

The UEFA Super Cup 2019 match details patch as apply on the shirt chest between Liverpool and Chelsea at Istanbul on August 14, 2019 in Turkey. The font they used is a custom font name "UEFA Super Cup".

FC Barcelona TV3 Sleeve Badge Evolution

The FC Barcelona TV3 sponsor sleeve patch evolution as apply to the left arm comes as standard with the jersey. For the season 2012/13, It is no longer made in embroidery but rather in plastic. TV3 is a Catalan TV channel broadcasting in the Catalan language

Saturday, August 17, 2019

FC Barcelona 2004-05 Home Kits

Completed graphic FC Barcelona Nike 2004-05 Home kits. Also features the replica version kits as the references.
The season club end their six-year wait for the La Liga title since 1998-99. Ronaldinho's and new signing Samuel Eto'o's performances won them places in FIFPro's XI of 2004–05. Ronaldinho was later named FIFA World Player of the Year for 2005 for the second time in succession