Monday, June 27, 2011

Stade Rennais away kits/maillots 10-11

Currently the club manager Frédéric Antonetti,
Rennes was founded in 1901 under the name Stade Rennais and is one of the most recognizable football clubs in the Brittany region, alongside former Brittany inhabitants Nantes.

Still with Puma, the club away shirt is mostly Black and White Hooped in design. The top right corner of the shirt is all white, with the emblem of the city of Rennes on it. Both sleeves are also all white. The club badge is on the left of the chest and the maker’s have their logo in the centre of the chest and on the sleeves in black. Samsic, club shirt sponsors have their logo dominating the front of shirts. The shirt will be worn with white shorts and sock.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Stade Rennais away template

After more than a week with classic team kits, now I'm back to the recently team kits template. Back to the track with the French Ligue 1 collection.

Stade Rennais FC or known as Rennes. The club based in Rennes and was founded in 1901. The kits made by Puma. I think the first puma kit collection here from me, after more than 6 month.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Poland WC74 L.Sleeve kits

Poland wore two adidas design on their home strip during the World Cup in Germany 1974
A simple wrap-over round neck (long sleeves) and V-neck (short sleeves) with a red three-stripe design featured on this all-white strip. What I saw the Poland World Cup 74 home shirts without the adidas trefoil logo over the right chest and they fill the shirt space with team badge embroidered over the heart.

Matches in which Poland wore with the home kits.
1. Beat ARGENTINA 3-2 at Neckarstadion, Stuttgart ( First round, Group A, 15 June 1974 )
Note: Poland wore the long-sleeves jersey with the white shorts and red socks.
2. Beat YUGOSLAVIA 2-1 at Waldstadion, Frankfurt ( Second round, Group B, 30 June 1974 )
Note: Poland wore the long-sleeves jersey with the red shorts and white socks.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Sweden World Cup 74 kits

On these tournaments for the first round, Sweden drew into group 3 included Uruguay, the Netherlands, and Bulgaria. The first game against Bulgaria ended in a draw. In the second game against the Netherlands. The last game of the round was played against Uruguay. That game was the first victory Sweden had in the tournament, when they beat Uruguay 3–0 to make Sweden finished 2nd in the group and advanced to the second group stage.

In the second group stage included team as Poland, West Germany and Yugoslavia. Sweden was defeated in the first game against Poland 0–1. The situation after the defeat against Poland was that if Sweden lost against West Germany with a single goal difference and Yugoslavia defeated Poland, Sweden would be second in the group and play for the bronze medal. But since Poland beat Yugoslavia 2–1, Sweden had to win the game against the host nation, West Germany, in order to finish second in the group.
West Germany won 4–2. After the tournament, the German players commented that the game against Sweden was their best game in that tournament. The last game for Sweden was played in Düsseldorf against Yugoslavia. Sweden won that game 2–1. They finished the tournament as the 5th place team.
Sweden kits made by Adidas, with the classic v-neck style like most other team who strip manufacture by the popular three stripe label on theses tournament.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Updated Chile WC 74 kits

Updated for Chilean team kits, the shorts in dark blue stripe instead of red and new template design for the shirts.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Zaire World Cup 74 kits

Now the nation Congo DR national football team, formerly the Zaire national football team and well-known with nicknamed The Leopards.

Zaire were the first black African team to participate in a FIFA World Cup. At the 1974 FIFA World Cup Zaire were very disappointing. The team did not win a game or score any goals. Their 9–0 defeat against Yugoslavia still remains a World Cup record defeat. The team also popular with the funny moments when facing a free-kick 25 yards out during the 1974 World Cup finals match against Brazil, defender Mwepu Ilunga, upon hearing the referee blow his whistle, ran out of the Zaire wall and kicked the ball upfield, for which he received a yellow card. However, Ilunga has claimed that he was quite aware of the rules and was hoping to convince the referee to send him off.

The Zaire Adidas home strip of yellow shirts, green shorts and yellow socks, plus the reverse colour-scheme for the away strip, were vivid enough. What make the kits so popular the big circular logos emblazoned all over the shirts. The word 'Leopards' could be seen inside the circle pertaining to the team's nickname and 'Zaire' was shown beneath it.

Zaire also worn two style design on away kits, the alternative strip match against Yugoslavia same design as the home kits.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Chile WC74 team kits

Guided by coach Luis Alamos, Chile qualified for the 1974 World Cup after a controversial play-off with the USSR. Following a drawn first leg in Moscow, the Soviets refused to play the second leg at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago, which had been used as a concentration camp by the military dictatorship of Pinochet.
However, FIFA refused to switch the match to a neutral venue, so the Chilean players kicked off on an otherwise empty pitch, and scored into the unguarded USSR net, and because there was no opposition to restart the game, the referee awarded the match to Chile, ensuring they qualified for the 1974 finals.

Played in Group A at the 1974 World Cup, Chile lost their opening game 1–0 to the host, West Germany in Berlin. Striker Carlos Caszely was sent off in the second half, thus becoming the first player awarded a red card in the tournament's history since the cards went into use. Under the guard Elias Figuero (Chilean
hero player) the team fought out a 1–1 draw with East Germany, again in Berlin. Martin Hoffmann put East Germany ahead, but Sergio Ahumada equalised with 20 minutes left. Finally, they played out a goalless draw against Australia, which eliminated both teams.

Chilean have two style design on adidas three stripe on sleeves for home jersey was worn on these tournament. Please make references on image below.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Font June 2011

For the refences only, Holland 1974-78 team players number on the back of the shirt and the side on short. And below image the Vietnam currently season numbers and text on their shirts.

World Cup 74 kits

Next will be Zaire and Chile team kits. and I'm still looked for any sources such logo, kits, image these two team to worked:
1. Haiti
2. Bulgaria

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Holland 74 Updated error

Just found error on the Holland away kits sock. Next image the references sources for the team away sock, two bold stripes instead of three as Adidas trademark.

Johan Cruyff two stripe kits

Back on the World Cup 1974, the Dutch FA had a deal with Adidas to supply their kit. Legendary Dutch national football team led by maestro Johann Cruyff, of course, had other ideas. He had an exclusive personal deal with Adidas's rivals Puma, who supplied him with their classic Puma King boots. Because of this, he was unwilling to sport the three trademark stripes of Adidas and insisted on a two-striped version instead. Incredibly, the Dutch FA backed down and alowed Cruyff to play in a specially-made kit with only two stripes.

As a Dutch international, Cruyff played 48 matches, scoring 33 goals. The national team never lost a match in which Cruyff scored. Cruyff led the Netherlands to a runners-up medal in the 1974 World Cup and was named the player of the tournament. Thanks to his team's mastery of Total Football, they coasted all the way to the final, knocking out Argentina (4–0), East Germany (2–0), and Brazil (2–0) along the way. Cruyff himself scored twice against Argentina in one of his team's most dominating performances, then he scored the second goal against Brazil to knock out the defending champions. The Netherlands faced hosts West Germany in the final.

For short note Cruyff away white sock still same features as the squad in two stripes instead of Adidas trademark three.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Holland WC 74 kits detailed

The 1974 FIFA World Cup Finalist Holland team kits manufacture by Adidas on that tournament.
The orange Adidas shirts with the three bands down the sleeve, white (sometimes black) shorts and orange socks. Distinctive, bright, very 1970s, it spoke about the team that wore it like no other kit could, and it would still look cool today.

Netherlands football team is colloquially referred to as 'Oranje', a tribute to the House of Orange-Nassau final match against West Germany, with the West Germans winning 2–1. The Holland opened the scoring via a Johan Neeskens penalty in the second minute, only for Paul Breitner to equalise with another penalty in the 25th minute before Gerd Müller scored the winning goal in the 43rd minute, claiming West Germany's second FIFA World Cup.

The Netherlands national football team famously play in a bright orange shirt. Orange is the historic national colour of the Netherlands, originating from the coat of arms of the Dutch founding father William of Orange-Nassau. On that tournament, the team worn with two design home shirt first the wrap-over round neck (long sleeve) and the v-neck. These tournament shirt was quite a unique design, let down only by its big team logo applied on the left chest.

In keeping with FIFA's obsession with tampering with kits, Holland also changed their shirts, into white, the kits was worn only once during the match Group A, Wednesday 3rd July 1974
against Brazil at the Westphalia Stadium, Dortmund.

These logo I'm worked out not perfectly 100% accurate, but I think it's worth it similar as the references.

Holland World Cup 74 kits.

As a requested from my followers, Holland world Cup 1974 team kits set, one of my favourite team kits on World Cup tournament.

And then, there was that kit, the orange Adidas shirts with the three bands down the sleeve, white (sometimes black) shorts and orange socks. Distinctive, bright, very 1970s, it spoke about the team that wore it like no other kit could, and it would still look cool today.

Holland another match with the round-collar long sleeve home shirts, against Sweden, Group A. The home shirt was worn with the black short with orange detailed on both side and the orange sock.

Against Brazil, In keeping with FIFA's obsession with tampering with kits, Holland also changed their shirts, into white (though they kept their orange socks), and managed to look even cooler in white than they did in orange.