The Spainish national team 2017-18 season keeper shirt's crest, such as worn by the Kepa Arrizabalaga during that period. Rather than displaying the logo of the Spanish football federation, Spain's jersey traditionally features the coat of arms of Spain over the left breast. After winning the 2010 World Cup, the World Cup winners badge was added to the right breast of the jersey and a golden star at the top of the Spanish coat of arms. The logo features with the most important figures of the RFEF (Spanish Football Federation).
Friday, December 20, 2019
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
The 2009 season, Sport Club Corinthians Paulista Grey keeper kits made by Nike. The Sport Club Corinthians Paulista in 2009 participated in three competitions: Campeonato Paulista , Campeonato Brasileiro and Copa do Brasil . Conquered the Paulista Championship (for the 26th time) and the Brazil Cup (3rd title) .
Monday, December 16, 2019
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
The 2019 Arabian Gulf Cup also known as the Gulf Cup of Nations is a biennial football competition for the Arabian Peninsula countries. The 24th Arabian Gulf Cup was held in Qatar from 26 November to 8 December 2019. Bahrain won the competition by a 1–0 victory against Saudi Arabia to secure their first title. Eight teams participated in the tournament, namely Qatar, Yemen, Kuwait, UAE, Saudia Arabia, Bahrain, Oman and Iraq. It is the fourth time Doha hosts this championship.
Sodefi, the 24th Arabian Gulf Cup mascot, which first appeared in 2004 when Qatar hosted the Arabian Gulf Cup for the third time. The mascot is an oyster holding a pearl called ‘Sodeifi’, the Arabic word for ‘shell’ and features the colours of the Qatari flag, paying homage to the country’s seafaring and pearl diving past.
The Qatari pattern element, for the 24th Arabian Gulf in Qatar. Next I'm started with the Bahrain team kits.
Monday, December 9, 2019
For the upcoming Europeans EURO 2020 tournament, celebrating its debut on the new kit is the brand-new Austrian Football Association (ÖFB) commercial logo, which was created together with Puma while designing the new kit. The design process was also developed and carefully adapted to the requirements of the digital age, without neglecting its diverse history, maintain the prominence of the eagle, which is a symbol of the country: ten eagle wings in the coat of arms symbolize the unity of the ten members of the ÖFB: the nine regional state associations and the Austrian football league.
Brand new visual features a flat and stylized aspect as well as the colors red and white shield that refers to the old Duchy Austria. The inscription "Seit ÖFB 1904" which is a reference to the year in which the local federation officially called Österreichischer Fußball-Bund was founded, as well as soccer ball below the bird. Its silhouette will bet on a modern format with white background and gray borders. There are for decades previous ÖFB commercial logo was never used on the match kits.
Sunday, December 8, 2019
The Boston Celtics new 2019-2020 Nike City Edition Uniform with a unique Gaelic font. Boston’s City Edition uniform features a solid green base with gold coloring projected on the Boston wordmark,
number, and taping – a color scheme reminiscent of the team’s 2006 St. Patrick’s Day uniform.
Friday, December 6, 2019
Al-Hilal 2019 Asian club championship match details as apply on the team shirt. The first leg was hosted by Al-Hilal at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh on 9 November 2019, while the second leg was hosted by Urawa Red Diamonds at the Saitama Stadium 2002 in Saitama on 24 November 2019. The final was a rematch of the 2017 final, which Urawa Red Diamonds won 2–1 on aggregate.
The final was contested between Saudi Arabian team Al-Hilal and Japanese team Urawa Red Diamonds.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
To commemorate Portugal's Euro 2016 title, Portugal have a new red-designed Euro Winners Badge introduces a modern round-shape design in white, light blue and navy patch replaces the Euro 2016 one. The Euro 2016 Winners Badge includes the famous Euro trophy as well as the lettering UEFA European Champions
Following their win of the inaugural UEFA Nations League, the new badge introduces a graphic inspired by the Nations League visual identity. It's a silver shape with the trophy in the center, framed by the logo at the top and the year 2019 at the bottom.
Sunday, December 1, 2019
Portugal won the final 1–0 against the Netherlands to become the first champions of the UEFA Nations League. Following their win of the inaugural UEFA Nations League, Portugal team will be honored wearing a new UEFA Nations League winners badge replaces the Euro 2016 one. The new badge introduces a graphic inspired by the Nations League visual identity. It's a silver shape with the trophy in the center, framed by the logo at the top and the year 2019 at the bottom.
Friday, November 29, 2019
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Sunday, November 24, 2019
Saturday, November 23, 2019
The basic Puma custom typeface that will be used by few national teams sponsor by Puma. The Puma EURO 2020 typeface for their kits features an extraordinary style. Each number and letter stands for itself, making every name set very interesting. Additional, custom element for each nation is that the the number on the back comes with the federation's crest on the bottom.
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Monday, November 18, 2019
Qatar will be hosting for the first time, the FIFA Club World Cup 2019 presented by Alibaba Cloud in December 11-21, ahead of the 2022 World Cup. The 16th Club World Cup will be staged in Doha and taking place at three venues in Doha.
A FIFA organised international club football tournament between the winners of the six continental confederations, as well as the host nation's league champions. The competition will feature European Champions Liverpool, Qatar Stars League champions Al-Sadd, the winners of the CONCACAF Monterrey, CAF winners Espérance ST and OFC Champions League winners Hienghène Sport, in addition to the yet-to-be-decided winners of the 2019 Copa Libertadores and AFC.
The host grounds will be the Education City Stadium, a 2022 World Cup venue which will be inaugurated during the tournament and host the Club World Cup final. The Jassim bin Hamad Stadium and the Khalifa International Stadium will also stage matches. Qatar is set to host both the 2019 and 2020 Club World Cups as part of the country’s preparations to stage the World Cup in three years’ time.
The official emblem for the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup was revealed on 18 October 2019, and the logo has been designed to reflect the cultural history of Qatar. The most striking element of the Official Emblem reimagines a football as a pearl, the Qatar’s tradition of pearl fishing, has deep cultural roots and there have been examples dating back to the Middle Ages. The latticework of the iridescent sphere is inspired by mashrabiyas, traditional architectural elements found in residences across the Middle East. The delicate screens are both decorative and functional, with the twin purpose of cooling residences and providing ornate decorative features both inside and out. In the support of the sphere, the shapes reminiscent of sweeping desert sand and accented with diacritics, a fundamental element of the Arabic alphabet. The burgundy and turquoise colors are characteristic of the country and resemble the bay of Doha.
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Graphic an official FIFA LIVING FOOTBALL issued captain’s armband, supplied by FIFA to apply on the left arms of the players shirt. Each squad was supplied with several armbands in two colors for use throughout the tournament.
Friday, November 15, 2019
What is "Living Football"?
It expresses our commitment to the beautiful game and forever reminds us of the defining role it plays in our communities and in our lives. Living Football underpins our vision for football; for the here and now, for the future, and for the people who make it so special – be they our players, coaches, fans, partners or administrators. Because football does not belong to FIFA, nor does it belong to its staff or any other body representing the interests of players, clubs or countries. It belongs to the people; to all of us who live football, every day.
Graphic set 'FIFA Living Football'patch as apply on the left arms of the players shirt. The 2019 season patch as seen used by all teams during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France, currently U-17's World Cup at Brazil. The patch was also used in the U-20's 2019 World Cup in Poland.
Second Official patch as worn by all teams during the Qualifiers World Cup 2018 tournament, Final World Cup andthe 2018 FIFA Club World Cup held in UAE. Player issue patch features, subtle difference in saturation when compared to 'FIFA Living Football' sleeve patch issued for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, November 2018 date of manufacture applied to plastic protective backing.
Thursday, November 14, 2019
The graphic 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup logo patch as apply on the left and right arms of the players shirt. Featuring the right official logo of the FIFA U-17 World Cup on a white base. A green border rounds off the clean design of the badge. The same badge were apply at the sleeve for all other teams participating in the tournament.
Additional the right sleeve comes with the official logo, the badge used for the left sleeve boasts the FIFA 'Living Football'.
The 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup is the 18th edition of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, It is hosted by Brazil between 26 October and 17 November 2019 to the inland cities of Goiania and Brasilia, as well as Cariacica on the outskirts of the coastal city of Vitoria, giving these areas a chance to host a global soccer tournament.
The FIFA U-17 World Cup Brasil 2019 emblem was unveiled on 11 July 2019 ahead of the official draw.
The emblem takes its inspiration from the country's rich history and diverse landscapes, with a variety of distinctive elements coming together to form the shape of the tournament trophy. The base evokes the lush green of Brazil's natural scenery. Sweeping vegetation leads the viewer's eye past the intense reds of the Brazilian soil.
The yellowy orange of the country's world-famous gemstones towards a celebratory figure. That figure, in turn, reaches towards a ball. The design of the ball is inspired by the curved columns Cathedral of Brasília, a masterpiece by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.