Derby County 07/08 home kit made by Adidas

Here it is: the new adidas home kit to be worn by Billy's boys in the Barclays Premier League.

Derby County are exclusively giving Rams fans the first view of a shirt that more than 1,000 supporters have already pre-ordered unseen! In fact they took more orders via DCFC hotline in the first day of sales than we sold during the entire shirt pre-order period this time last year.

All pre-orders - including existing and new orders - will go into the hat to have the first new shirt delivered, by a Rams first-teamer. They can also officially reveal that the adidas away kit in season 2007/08 will be a reverse of the home kit - with black shirt and white shorts.

The away kit will be available to buy at shopDCFC from September. There are no plans to retail an all-yellow third kit - manufactured by adidas for the Rams to wear away against opponents whose club colours are also black and white. The new adidas kit is coming soon - and you can be among the first to sport the new shirt as the Rams return to the Premier League.

St. Pauli home and away kits 07/08 made by do you football

St. Pauli unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2007/2008 season. This year's home kit is brown and made by "do you football" the away kit is all white.

FC St. Pauli is a German football club based in the St. Pauli district of Hamburg. The football department is part of a larger sports club that also has Rugby, American football, baseball, bowling, chess, cycling, handball, skittles, softball and table tennis teams. While the footballers have enjoyed only modest success on the field, the club is widely recognized for its unique culture and has a large popular following as one of the country's "Kult" clubs. St. Pauli has secured promotion to the 2. Bundesliga for the 2007/08 Season.

The club began its existence in 1899 as a loose, informal group of football enthusiasts within the Hamburg-St. Pauli Turn-Verein 1862.

This group did not play its first match until 1907 against a similar side assembled out of the local Aegir swimming club.

New HSV home, away and 3rd kits 07/08 made by Adidas

HSV officially introduced their shirts for the 2007/08 season at the adidas Performance Store in Mönckebergstraße in Hamburg. Nigel de Jong, Juan Pablo Sorin and David Jarolim presented home and away shirts as well as the jerseys especially made for European competition:

"I really like them, they remind me a little of HSV shirts from days gone by", smiled the Holland international Nigel de Jong at the presentation.

Marlon King, Tommy Smith and Jobi McAnuff launched this season's new home and away kits this week and it won't be long before you can get your hands on a replica kit of your own.

The trio struck a pose in the new home and away kits while Mart Poom and Richard Lee modelled the goalkeeper's jerseys. Watford have reverted back to the famous yellow shirts, black shorts and yellow socks , first worn by the Glory Horns in 1959, while the all red away kit harps back to the promotion season of 2005-06.

New signing McAnuff said: "I actually really like them both. It's an honour to be asked to model them, but all any player wants to do is pull it on for real ahead of the first game of the season."

This is the new Northampton Town home kit for the 2007/2008 season, modelled by Chris Doig. The team will be wearing the away kit in Ibiza, so the first public appearance in the new home kit will be when the team return to the UK.

The new home kit will be available to buy from the Club Shop from Tuesday onwards.

Northampton Town Football Club are a football team based in Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. The nickname of the club is The Cobblers after the famous shoe industry in Northampton. For the 2006-2007 season, Northampton Town are playing their trade in Football League One after Promotion in 2005-2006.


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Surridge Sport have launched the home kit Bradford City will be wearing next season. The shirt reverts to thinner claret and amber stripes with the back mainly amber. The traditional black, worn as a mark of respect to those who perished in the Bradford Fire, is incorporated with a strip the full length of both arms and on the cuffs. The shorts are now black with a claret edging on the left leg.

Socks are claret and amber. Replica kits are on sale from 9.00am in Surridge Upfront Sportstore at the Intersonic Stadium on Friday 6 July 2007

Bradford City is the only professional football club in England to wear claret and amber. The colours were inherited upon the conversion of Manningham FC from (northern union) rugby to soccer in 1903. However whereas Manningham traditionally wore claret and amber hoops City have always worn stripes.

 Manningham FC was formed in 1880 (although a Manningham Albion club is recorded prior to that date) and adopted claret and amber in 1884 before the move to Valley Parade in 1886. Manningham had originally worn black shirts with white shorts and the first game in claret and amber was against Hull on 20 September 1884 at Carlisle Road.

 These are the new home and away and GK Motherwell kits for the 2007/2008 season.

Here you find the new home, away and Goalkeeper Motherwell kits for the 2007/2008 season. We have shown the home kit some months ago but missed out on the away kit some weeks ago.

The away kit made by Bukta is white with a claret band and claret and amber trim. Embroidered Motherwell badge and Bukta logo on front. Embroidered  "MOTHERWELL F.C." text at the bottom of the back of the shirt.

Its a return to the old school when in the late 70s the likes of Joe Wark, Willie Pettigrew and Bobby Graham were strutting their stuff on the hallowed turf at Fir Park, the training and playing kit was manufactured by Bukta.

Motherwell Kit Manager, Alan McDonald even has an original Bukta training shirt worn by Joe Wark hanging proudly in his office to this day. In those days Motherwell F.C. were among many of the UKs top teams to wear Bukta clothing. Bukta kit was also worn by West Ham, Newcastle and Ajax with a team that included Johan Cruyff.

Aston Villa 07/08 home kit made by Nike

This seems to be the new Aston Villa nike home shirt for the 2007/2008 season.

Villa fans are so excited about the launch of the new Nike kits that they are prepared to pre-order blind! The hotly anticipated home and away kits for the 2007-08 season will be unveiled later this month and club bosses are predicting record sales.

Greenock Morton FC  unveiled their new Bukta home and away kits for Season 2007 – 2008, and life in the 1st Division!

The Home Kit sees the return of the blue and white hooped shirt, and has Buchanans of Scotland as the shirt sponsor. The Away Kit, mainly Yellow with Royal Blue trim on the shirt and shorts, is sponsored by Millions. The team's home strip is traditionally a blue and white hooped shirt with white shorts and white socks, though season 2006-07 sees the team playing a blue and white striped shirt with white shorts and blue socks.