As a general rule of thumb, we tend to stay off the English teams here, but sometimes the aesthetics are just bang on the money. Very Hagi/Lacatus....
Dutch football club PSV Eindhoven will step onto the pitch next season in a bold new home kit that recalls some of the team's greatest achievements. PSV’s famous red-and-white stripes have been replaced by a solid red shirt that references the colours worn when they won the UEFA Cup in 1978.
On June 7, the Greek National football team will play in their first ever Nike kit as they take the pitch against Lithuania. The kit pays homage to the country’s national heritage and features classic football uniform design.
The shirt is inspired by the Peruvian club's classic players and unique history, with the number 9 on the reverse a mark of respect to the Universitario legend Lolo Fernandez, the club's record goalscorer.
A clean, distinctive design takes the new England kit by Nike back to its roots with its traditional colors of white and dark blue to celebrate the Football Association’s 150th anniversary.
PUMA today share the first images of the new colourway PUMA Kings, which will be worn by Dante in the Champions League final.
In order to mark his recent announcement to retire from professional football, David Beckham and long standing partner adidas have produced a unique pair of boots celebrating his illustrious playing career.
First adidas identified The Engine - the all-action player we all love to have on our side - and now they've kitted him out in a new boot: Nitrocharge. The striking coloured band is the ENERGYSLING, which supports the player's movement and allows him to sharpen his reactions. Handy.
The brilliant COPA Football team have teamed up with football photographer Reinaldo Coddou H. to create this superb addition to their mighty clothing portfolio. Buenos Aires Futbol features a selection of images from Reinaldo's book Buenos Aires Futbol - Die Welthauptstadt des Fussballs.
Pantofola d’Oro boots were favourites among former stars Fabio Capello, Johan Cruyff, Alberto Di Stefano, Marco Van Basten and Jurgen Klinsmann.
The sleek fitted jersey features the club's famous black and white stripes, this time in a thinner style reminiscent of the kits Juventus wore during its dominant run in the 1980s.
In 1998 Nike launched the first Mercurial football boot — a shoe inspired by and designed for an athlete who was playing an entirely new brand of football. The player was Brasilian football phenomenon Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, popularly dubbed "El Fenómeno," but more commonly known as Ronaldo.
These eye catching boots are the trailer for the evoSPEED 1.2 which will be revealed on May 15.
The most technologically advanced football that Nike has ever created, the Nike Maxim is set for its FA Cup debut this weekend.
On December 16, 1990, Corinthians made history collecting their first Brasilian National Championship. On that hot December Sunday, the club's supporters, known as the "Fiel" (the Faithful), made up more than 80 percent of the crowd at Morumbi Stadium.