This is the new HSV 16-17 Away football kit by Adidas.

When der Dino has an away match, players wear a version of this men's football jersey. Made of lightweight, engineered fabric with climacool® ventilation to help air move in and around your body.


West Ham United and Umbro have unveiled a commemorative kit inspired by the club's forerunners Thames Ironworks FC.

The kit echoes the one first worn by the Ironworks and was used for the first time in the Hammers' marquee friendly against Juventus.


This is the new Fulham FC 16-17 away shirt by Adidas. The shirt is 100% polyester but also has Climacool® properties which helps you to stay cool and stay dry. This is ventilation and moisture management for your body, providing optimum comfort and performance.

Adidas logo and Fulham crest embroidered to chest, along with Visit Florida sponsor logo to front of shirt under the chest bar.


Orlando Pirates Football Club and adidas have launched the club’s new home football shirt for the upcoming 2016/2017 season. The home jersey retains its iconic black strip while it introduces a new interpretation in its execution. 

The three stripes have changed from their traditional white to light grey instead, and the Vodacom logo has taken a horizontal position across the front of the jersey. A Mandarin collar has replaced the V-neck shape of the previous seasons, and the 3D badge which proudly adorns the heart of the jersey completes the look.

S.S. Lazio have unveiled the new away football shirt by Macron. 

The new Lazio away kit will be used during the 2016–17 Serie A season (known as the Serie A TIM for sponsorship reasons) which will be the 115th season of top-tier Italian football.


This is the new Hertha BSC 16/17 away football shirt by Nike.

The new Hertha BSC away kit will be used during the 2016–17 Bundesliga season, which will be the 54th season of the Bundesliga, Germany's premier football competition.


This is the new Zenit St. Petersburg 16/17 home football shirt by Nike.

The new home kit will be used during the 2016–17 Russian Premier League season, which will be the 25th season of the premier league football competition in Russia since the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the 14th under the current Russian Premier League name.