Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Monday, December 5, 2016
Kits illustrate, already on my list project, sadly got to throw away. The Japanese club, Kawasaki Fontale commemorate kits made by Puma in 2015 season to is main Todoraki Athletic Stadium, the first stage development of the athletic track and field stadium is completed and a new main stand appears.
Unlike the model of kits is used in the league, these special jersey in front contains the handwritten-style graphic of the new main stand, additional the lower part of the back will be the commemoration model that contains a cross-sectional view of the new main stand.
Kawasaki Frontale memorial kits will be worn in three home games,
1. 25.7. 2015 J1 League 2nd stage Section 4 vs Shimizu S-Pulse
2. 12.8.2015 J1 League 2nd stage Section 6 vs Montedio Yamagata
3. 29.8.2015 J1 League 2nd stage Section 9 vs Kashima Antlers
Bukta has been worn by FA Cup and Rugby Union teams for over 125 years. The brand’s was founded in 1879 Edward Buck and Sons, mainly producing shorts for soldiers fighting in the Boer Wars. Nottingham Forest were the first team to take the plunge and wear their kit in 1884 and throughout the 1930’s they supplied kits to the majority of Division 1 sides.
Bukta is moving away from its functional sports roots and is now focused on becoming a fashion brand. Due to famous football legends wearing the brand, Bukta was popular in the 1970's and 80's.Ajax even wore Bukta winning those European Cups in 1971/72/73.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Spainish club Deportivo Alavés back to the La Liga season 2016-17 to end their ten year exile from the Spanish La Liga. The team from the Basque Country, based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava back with the home and away kit from Hummel Sport.
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Classic FC Barcelona 1980 through 1990 font style from Meyba kits supplier.
During these period Barcelona made a world record fee of £5 million in June 1982, signed Diego Maradona from Boca Juniors. In the following season, under coach Menotti, Barcelona won the Copa del Rey, beating Real Madrid. In 1988, Johan Cruyff as manager and he assembled the so-called Dream Team. He used a mix of Spanish players like Pep Guardiola, José Mari Bakero and Txiki Begiristain while signing international players such as Ronald Koeman, Michael Laudrup, Romário and Hristo Stoichkov