Greek side, Olympiacos FC have released their home, away and third kit designs made by Puma for the 09/10 season.
The club has the laureate teen as their emblem, which symbolizes the Olympic Games winner. Red and white were chosen as the colours of the crest; red for the passion and white for the virtue.
The crest of Olympiacos has undergone minor changes through the ages, while the typical kit of the team is that of a shirt with red and white vertical stripes, and red or white shorts and socks. The second most common kit is the all-red outfit and next the all-white one. Olympiacos have used several other colours during its history as an away or third kit, with the most notable of them being the monotint black or silver design
Over in Russia, Nike have extended their contract with FC Spartak Moscow and have presented a restyled sports wear collection for the new season: red home shirts with the traditional white stripe of 8.5 cm on the chest and club logo in the centre of the shirt, which replays the classical design from the
The kit applies the high performance Nike Dri-FIT technology, which pulls sweat away from the body and allows players to feel comfortable during the game.
And finally in Spain, Deportivo La Coruna and the beer brand Estrella Galicia have reached an agreement to sponsor the shirt of Depor for one and a half seasons. The deal confirms the good relationship between the two entities.
The contract includes the sponsorship for the rest of the present season plus the 2009/2010 campaign though the financial terms haven’t been confirmed as of yet.
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By James Bailey