Thursday, January 31, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
German Bundesliga outfit Bayer 04 Leverkusen’s kit numbers style for the 2012/13 season. The Leverkusen shirt 12/13 has been made by Adidas and was unveiled on April 26, 2012 with 3 ranges strip, home, away and third. Sunpower are the principal sponsors of the new Bayer 04 jersey.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
The kits of the club are manufactured by Nike and sponsored by CKM and Hyundai ( on sleeves). The home kits same kits from the previous season. The shirt has a black crew neck collar, and the body is striped vertically in wide and narrow black stripes. The back of the shirt will be plain orange, and the complementary shorts will be black with an orange stripe on each side. The home socks will be orange with a black band and two black stripes.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
"Apparently some lowercase have some differences. Is it because there is a gaffer for Europe and another for South America?Look at the letter D, has a diagonal, also in the letter Z, which has a diagonal cut in the top right, etc. You have this Gaffer? I send a picture."
From my view Gaffer text European and South American exactly same, maybe not for the African Gaffer text, but if you all have any source please comment here.
Most Germany league team worn with Puma kits used Capital letter text only.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Anyway back on track, another template
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
2012 African Cup of Nations defending champions Zambia unveiled their 2013 Africa Cup of Nations home kit made by Nike, will be first worn when Zambia 0-0
draw with Norway in an exhibition game on January 12, 2013. After the country adopted multiparty politics the side is nicknamed With nickname Chipolopolo
(the Copper bullets) as copper is one of the nation's main exports. The team has three Africa Cup of Nations final appearances to its credit.
The new Chipolopolo (Copper Bullets) home uniform features the team’s traditional green shirt with an orange collar and on the end of the sleeves, along with orange shorts and green socks. Totally replaces the immensely popular jersey that had a tricoloured band on the sleeves.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
final tournament. Myanmar were the dominant side in South East-Asia in the 1960s and 1970s but have under-achieved in recent times. In their heyday, Myanmar were runners-up in
the 1968 Asian Cup, won the football gold medal at the Asian Games in 1966 and 1970 and beat all comers at the South East Asian Games on five successive occasions from 1965.
The new Vietnam shirt has been made by Lotto.The kit retains its predominantly red flavour with hints of green and white.
Sunday, January 6, 2013
integration than in football.
Integration is not an issue on the field; integration is part of the game. 20 years after the Pogrom in Solingen and German professional football’s immediate reaction with the “Mein Freund ist AuslÃ¤nder” (My friend is a foreigner) campaign, the Bundesliga on Thursday launched a new nationwide campaign. “Geh’ Deinen Weg” (Go Your Way) is the motto and, like in 1992, it replaced normal shirt advertising on the chests of every single player of all 18 Bundesliga clubs at the weekend. 16 million people with an immigration background currently live in Germany, yet it is becoming increasingly rare, for example, for young immigrants to successfully continue further education after school compared to young people without a history of immigration. Germany is a land of variety. Every person, from whatever background or religion, must be given a chance. The “Geh’ Deinen Weg” campaign is a call for equal opportunities and a peaceful co-existence. Furthermore, “Geh’ Deinen Weg” shows that we have already come a long way since 1992. It is no longer just about foreigners, but about ourselves as a community and about our common ways. It is about the chances that a pluri-ethnic Germany offers; chances for each individual, but also the chance allow every person to follow their own path and remain part of the community. It is a plea to Germany: Go Your Way – together!
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
V-League, was in charge for Vietnam national football team for the AFF Suzuki Cup 2012. The Doi tuyen Viet nam (Team representing Vietnam)
strip still with Nike since January 1st 2009, VFF (Vietnam Football Federation) has signed a 5-year kit deal with Nike, right after the VFF ended its contract with Li Ning, a Chinese sportswear company. The US$5 million contract with Nike, will last five years until 2014.
The shirt is in the traditional Vietnam red, the shirt is adorned with yellow prints at the top left and bottom right. These new kits design look similar as the Holland EURO 2012 home kits The new home
shorts are in traditional red, while the new home socks, now with improved cushioning for greater comfort, movement and protection, are also in red.
However the Vietnam home strip make no appearance in any AFF Suzuki 2012 match.
same design as the team’s predominantly red home uniform. The shirt is adorned with red prints at the top left and bottom right.
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Bologna FC launched its 2012/13 Macron home, away and third kits at the Parco Sportivo di Andalo. The new jerseys have been made by Macron,
who also supply kits to a number of other Italian clubs as Lazio, Napoli. The home shirt that does not betray the classic red and blue stripes and was produced in the model slim fit using a unique and comfortable and tear-resistant fabric that stays soft on athletes’ bodies.
The away shirt retains the traditional white and it is used the new technique “body fit”: a special stretch fabric (elastane filaments) that, by adhering to the body, allowing players to move freely by reducing friction, keeping the proper muscular pressure. Regarding the third shirt what’s new is the choice of colour anthracite that predominates on the standard colours red and blue that are only hinted at the top.