Cambridge United unveiled some special Play-off items, including a limited supply of embroidered commemorative Play-off Final home shirts

Cambridge United unveiled some special Play-off items, including a limited supply of embroidered commemorative Play-off Final 2008 home shirts. Wolleaston ensured Cambridge United will be going to Wembley after they beat Burton Albion 2-1 in the second leg of the Blue Square Premier play-off semi-final.

Other special items include polo shirts and T-shirts and new fleece scarves. The club shop is open from 10am to 4pm including Saturday, with a late opening night on Friday when it is open until 7pm. All items are also available from the club shop website.

 Ukio Bankas have now renewed their sponsorship agreement with Hearts for a fourth consecutive season.

In June 2005 Hearts signed a six-figure shirt sponsorship deal with the Lithuanian bank Ukio Bankas of the club's major shareholder, Vladimir Romanov.

Ukio Bankas have now renewed their sponsorship agreement with Hearts for a fourth consecutive season. The Lithuanian bank, in which Vladimir Romanov is a major shareholder, will see their name emblazoned across the club's new Umbro shirts next 2008-2009 season.

Hearts had been seeking alternative sponsorship for the 2008/09 campaign but have opted to extend the agreement with Ukio for a further year.

The club are due to launch new home and away kits bearing the Ukio Bankas logo this summer as they enter the second of a two-year agreement with sports manufacturing giants Umbro.

  Jody Morris, shows the new 08/09 St. Johnstone home shirt, which sees a return to the traditional blue home shirt.

St. Johnstone unveiled their new home shirt for the 2008-2009 season. Jody Morris, shows the new 08/09 St. Johnstone home shirt, which sees a return to the traditional blue home shirt.

The jersey, again manufactured by Surridge and with continuing sponsorship from George Wimpey, will be in the shops in July. Last season’s yellow kit will remain registered with Scottish Football League and a new sky blue outfit will also be introduced.

St. Johnstone Football Club is a Scottish football club based in Perth. Although it is officially recorded as being formed in 1884, research has shown that they did not play their first game until February 1885.The club was formed by members of the local cricket team seeking to occupy their time once the cricket season had finished.

The cricketers were kicking a football around the South Inch, a large public park beside the River Tay during the autumn of 1884. This is widely acknowledged to be the date of the formation of St. Johnstone Football Club, although it wasn't until early in the following year that a group of footballers. led by John Colborn, held an official meeting that led to the formation of the club as a separate entity rather than a 'spin-off' of the cricket club.

These are the new VFB Stuttgart home, away and 3rd football shirts for the 08-09 season made by Puma.

These are the new VFB Stuttgart home, away and 3rd football shirts for the 08-09 season made by Puma. VFB Stuttgart was formed through the 2 April 1912 merger of predecessor sides Stuttgarter FV (1893) and Kronen-Club Cannstatt (1890) following a meeting in the Concordia hotel in Cannstatt. Each of these clubs was made up of school pupils with middle class roots who learned new sports such as rugby union and football from English pioneers.

VfB are nicknamed "the Reds" for their team colours, featuring a red chest ring on white jerseys. Local rivals Stuttgarter Kickers, wearing blue and white, are "the Blues".

 Wigan Athletic new crest

Wigan Athletic unveiled their brand new club crest . It appears to be a re-working of Latics' famous tree and crown crest.

That image was the one displayed on Wigan's blue and white shirts when the club was elected into the Football League in 1978, far pre-dating the town crest that appears on today's shirt.

Latics Commercial Director Paul Hunt has been the driving force behind the new crest and hopes that it will mark the beginning of a new era for the club.

He said: "Wigan Athletic does not, in terms of a badge and crest, have its own identity; it is the town's identity.

West Ham United unveiled their new away kit for the 2008-09 season made bij Umbro.

West Ham United unveiled their new away kit for the 2008-09 season made bij Umbro. The state of the art sky blue strip has been unveiled today with homegrown players Mark Noble, James Tomkins and Freddie Sears all delighted to get the exclusive first look at what they will be wearing with pride in the new season. It will be officially launched on Thursday 22 May and be available to buy at both club stores - Lakeside and the Stadium - and also via the online Megastore.

The new away kit will see the club revert to traditional sky blue for the first time since the 2004/05 campaign and will evoke memories of classic players and teams from over the years. Although there is a firm recognition of the West Ham United heroes of the past, the new shirt, shorts and socks have all been created using the latest in sports technology to form a kit that is visually imposing and performance enhancing.

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JOE JORDAN MANCHESTER UNITED 70'S MATCH WORN SHIRT NO9

Up for auction at Ebay : JOE JORDAN MANCHESTER UNITED 70'S MATCH WORN SHIRT NO9

The seller added the following : I have for auction a RARE AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL JOE JORDAN MANCHESTER UNITED ADMIRAL 70'S MATCH WORN SHIRT NO9. Made by Admiral..it is a MENS MEDIUM. The shirt is in excellent condition for it's age..admiral logo & devil badge are embroidered.

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These are the new Watford home and away kits for the 08/09 season made by Diadora and the goalkeepers kit

These are the new Watford home and away kits for the 08/09 season made by Diadora and the goalkeepers shirts. The club was founded in 1881, first playing at Cassio Road ground, before moving to Vicarage Road in 1922, where they remain to this day.

The club has the nickame of The Hornets due to its yellow and black strip. The first mention of the club's colours dates from 1888, when they wore blue shirts. Over the next few seasons, press reports researched by Trefor Jones, describe their shirts as variously "olive and scarlet," "orange and yellow" and "amber and scarlet." There is no record of how these colours were arranged but Historical kits have used artistic license to present them. It is, however, established that in November 1904, Watford played in yellow, green and red hoops

This is the DC United 08/09 home kit with the new Volkswagen Logo on the shirt. DC United announced a five-year partnership agreement that will see the two brands join forces in a landmark deal that includes Volkswagen's logo on the shirts of the most successful team in the history of American professional soccer.

"The 'brand' we put on our jersey is extremely important to us," said United Co-managing Partner Victor MacFarlane. "We believe that the D.C. United brand stands for something significant and the 'brand' on the front of our jersey has to be compatible with our vision. Volkswagen fulfilled and exceeded our wishes. They are a company committed to excellence and customer service with an international reputation for both. Will Chang and I are delighted they have become our new partners."

Galatasaray unveiled their new 08/09 3rd football shirt made by adidas in their club shop.

Galatasaray unveiled their new 08/09 3rd football shirt made by adidas in their club shop. Galatasaray was founded in the autumn of 1905, by Galatasaray Lisesi students as a football club. In 1905, during the era of the Ottoman Empire, there were no laws for associations so the club could not be registered officially, but, after the 1912 Law of Association, the club registered legally. Galatasaray's first president was Ali Sami Yen.

" Our aim is to play together like Englishmen, to have a colour and a name and to beat the non - Turkish teams. "

Ali Sami Yen

This was how the first Turkish football club was founded. At first, the colours of the Galatasaray Sports Club were red and white. These are the colours in Turkish flag. However, Turkish Republic was not founded at that time. Therefore, this inspiration caused repressive administration of the day feel uncomfortable and the administration hounded the footballers. For this reason, the colours were changed.