Bristol City unveiled their new home and away shirts for the 2008/09 season made by Puma

Bristol City unveiled their new home and away shirts for the 2008/09 season made by Puma. City revealed the colours to be worn by Gary Johnson's men in the new campaign will be exclusively red and white. At home the kit takes on a red shirt, white shorts and red socks theme, with the reverse (white shirt, red shorts and white socks theme) for the away strip.

The current 2007/2008 season's kit, made by Puma (in the 2nd of a 4 year deal) also has matching home and away strips. The club will also have a new third strip of black and white, however this will not be made available for sale to supporters. Technical kit suppliers Puma designed the kit, which also sees a return to the front of the shirt for DAS, the club's new main sponsors. Blackthorn and Lancer Scott will be back of shirt and back of short sponsors respectively.

Adults shirts (small up to XXXL) are priced at GBP 40, Youth and Ladies (8-18) sizes are GBP 35, while small, medium and large boys are GBP 30. Supporters can also pre-order their shirt with letters and numbers printed at a set cost of GBP 12.

Wolves' new home strip for the 2008/09 season was exclusively revealed at last night's End of Season Awards Dinner. Players, Karl Henry, Darren Ward and Matt Jarvis, took to the stage in the new kit, which is manufactured by Le Coq Sportif and sponsored by chaucer consulting.com.

After the leaked pictures of a few days ago and the signing of a new Le Coq Sportif kit deal, Wolves' new home strip for the 2008/09 season was exclusively revealed at last night's End of Season Awards Dinner. Players, Karl Henry, Darren Ward and Matt Jarvis, took to the stage in the new kit, which is manufactured by Le Coq Sportif and sponsored by chaucer consulting.com. The Fans' Parliament members gave their views on a selection of potential designs before the final kit was chosen.

The home kit will be available to pre-order from today (Friday 2nd May 2008) at the official retail stores at Molineux or Dudley Street. The shirts will be on sale from Friday 16th May 2008.

Prices have been frozen at last year's levels (adult home shirts will cost GBP 40 and junior home shirts GBP 30) and, in addition, for a limited period only fans who buy a new adult home shirt will be able to purchase a child's shirt or mini kit for half price (offer ends 31st May 2008).

 Wolves have signed a new two-year sponsorship deal with sportswear manufacturers, Le Coq Sportif

Wolves have signed a new two-year sponsorship deal with sportswear manufacturers, Le Coq Sportif. The Club and Le Coq, who have produced Wolves' strips for the last four years, will this evening (1st May 2008) unveil the new home kit at the 'End of Season Awards Dinner,' sponsored by GCI Com. The new design will also be paraded around the pitch before the final game of the season at home to Plymouth on Sunday May 4th 2008, (kick-off 2pm). The seven figure deal will see Le Coq Sportif produce a new home and away kit every year. The away kit will be launched in the summer. The home kit will be available to pre-order from Friday 2nd May 2008.

Chief executive Jez Moxey said: "Le Coq Sportif have a proven track record in top class football and have been an outstanding merchandising partner of ours over the past four years. "The feedback on Wolves /Le Coq Sportif branded products from our fans, manager and players has been very positive.

During the contract period with Le Coq we've sold record numbers of replica shirts and associated products. "The Fans' Parliament members gave their views on a selection of potential home shirt designs before the final kit was chosen. And I'm sure supporters will be happy with the look of the new strip when it is unveiled this evening and again at the Plymouth game on Sunday. Following on from feedback from supporters, one of the changes for next season is the socks, which will revert back to old gold in colour from the current mainly black design

 Wrexham shirt sponsors, Leasedirect Finance, have renewed their commitment to the club, even though the Dragons have been relegated from the Football League.

Wrexham shirt sponsors, Leasedirect Finance, have renewed their commitment to the club, even though the Dragons have been relegated from the Football League.

Wrexham is delighted to announce the extension of their existing shirt sponsorship deal with Leasedirect Finance Ltd, the North Wales based commercial finance firm. They have agreed to extend their sponsorship arrangements with Wrexham FC beyond the existing contract that already takes them up to the end of next season (2008/09), for a further two years into 2009/10 and 2010/11.

This is a recording breaking deal for the club and makes their sponsorship worth over GBP 1/4m. Leasedirect will continue to offer a range of incentives over and above the standard terms of the sponsorship arrangement (as has been the case in previous seasons), although to help with securing the long term investment in youth, all incentives earned will be directed exclusively for use by the club's Centre of Excellence.

Paul Buchanan, Leasedirect's Managing Director said: "The partnership over the past two seasons with Wrexham has been highly enjoyable and we are confident that the club will bounce straight back into the Football League, and see no reason why we shouldn't continue to back Wrexham towards this goal. "I also think it is important for Leasedirect to set an example to the rest of the business community in North Wales that continuing to back Wrexham, the only major football club in the locality, is important for the area as a whole, as the club is a focal point for the passions of a great number of people."

This is the new Anderlecht 08/09 Centenary home kit made by Adidas.

This is the new Anderlecht 08/09 Centenary home kit made by Adidas. RSC Anderlecht's new home shirt for the season 2008-2009 has been officially unveiled on Thursday 1st May 2008 at 19h08! The time 19u08 is symbolic, seeing that RSC Anderlecht was founded in the year 1908. The new home outfit has been specially designed on the occasion of RSC Anderlecht's centenary and will be worn by the players for the first time during the top game against Club Bruges next Saturday 3rd May. For that matter, the new home line will be on sale at the RSC Anderlecht fanshop from Saturday 3rd May onwards.

Anderlecht colours are purple and white, and the club's home kit is generally white with purple trim, though they did wear a black and purple home kit in the 2005-06 season. In the beginning, purple was the main colour of the shirts. The motto of Anderlecht (Mens sana in corpore sano) is written on its badge as are the three letters SCA referring to the initial name of the club (Sporting Club Anderlechtois). A crown was added in 1933 following the name change to Royal Sporting Club Anderlechtois.

Frontline Football

This great advert shows the journey of a young football player from his beginnings in non-league football through to competing at the highest level for his country from a first person perspective which makes the viewer feel they are part of the action.

Nike just released the full version (2 minutes) of a spot for the upcoming UEFA 2008 European Championship football. The 'Take It To The Next Level' commercial is directed by Guy Ritchie and shows a first person journey through several teams and players, including Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wesley Sneijder, Cesc Fabregas, William Gallas, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, Marco Materazzi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Nani and Arsene Wenger.

After nine years of being proud to be 'Skint', Albion will have a new shirt sponsor from next season - but not before the club pays tribute to its longest-ever shirt sponsor with a special commemorative shirt

After nine years of being proud to be 'Skint', Albion will have a new shirt sponsor from next season - but not before the club pays tribute to its longest-ever shirt sponsor with a special commemorative shirt which will be worn by the team in the final fixture of the season against Swansea City this weekend.

Chairman Dick Knight has commissioned the special one-off design featuring the three different Skint logos which have adorned Albion shirts over the years, to mark the end of the deal with the Brighton-based record company in style. Skint will retain their links with the club and it is planned that a limited number of the special shirts will be available for sale to Albion fans, personally signed by DJ Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim.

Knight said, "The Skint name has been on the Albion shirt for longer than any other sponsorship in the Football League, and has become an iconic symbol of the club. The message 'Team Mates 1999-2008' on the commemorative shirt says just how we feel about what great sponsors they have been.

Stoke City's new le coq sportif 2008/09 home kit

Here it is, Stoke City's new le coq sportif 08/09 home kit. Worldwide sport manufacturers le coq sportif have once again come up with a stunning new design which promises to be an even bigger hit than this season's strip.

The new look shirt features a predominant red stripe down the front, with le coq sportif's stylish blue logo on both the right hand sleeve and the right hand side of the chest. The Stoke City club crest is positioned as usual on the left hand side of the chest. The back of the new shirt features a blocked out red section at the top for the players name, to comply with FA regulations. The new shorts display the clubs crest and kit manufacturers on the side instead of the customary front.

The kit will be available to purchase from both the official club shop at the Britannia Stadium and the Potteries Shopping Centre Store today, with them both opening at 9am. As always the kit will be available in a wide range of sizes including Adults, Ladies, Juniors and Infants and we will stock both long sleeve and short sleeve shirts.