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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Italy EURO 2000 GK kits




The Azurri Kappa sportswear goalkeeper shirts design similar with the players strip. From my knowledge the Italy team with two colour goalkeeper jerseys were wore for the whole tournament (grey and green).

The grey jerseys was also worn with the players white away sock.

Matches in which The Azurri wore with the home grey kits.
1. Beat TURKEY 2-1 at Gelredome, Arnhem
( First round, Group B, 11 June 2000)
2. Beat BELGIUM 2-0 at King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
( First round, Group B, 14 June 2000 )
3. Beat ROMANIA 2-0 at King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
( Quarter-finals, 24 June 2000 )
4. Beat NETHERLANDS 0-0 (a.e.t.) at Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
( Semi-finals, 29 June 2000 )

Monday, August 30, 2010

Merdeka,Merdeka 53 years

Tomorrow Malaysia 53rd independence days. I'm proud to share these days with the other Malaysian friends any races, because we all 'Satu malaysia'

Please waited for tomorrow, because you can download for free Nike WC kits sets template here.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Italy EURO 2000 kits



The finals of Euro 2000 were co-hosted (the first time this happened) by Belgium and the Netherlands between 10 June and 2 July 2000. France won the tournament, by defeating the Azurri 2-1 in the final, via a golden goal by David Trezeguet. After the defeat, coach Dino Zoff resigned in protest after being criticized by Milan president and politician Silvio Berlusconi. Italy have been drawn in Group B of the Euro 2000 in which the Azurri will have to face Turkey,
Belgium and Sweden.

Matches in which The Azurri wore with the home blue kits.
1. Beat TURKEY 2-1 at Gelredome, Arnhem
( First round, Group B, 11 June 2000)
2. Beat BELGIUM 2-0 at King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
( First round, Group B, 14 June 2000 )
3. Beat SWEDEN 2-1 at Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
( First round, Group B, 19 June 2000 )
4. Beat ROMANIA 2-0 at King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
( Quarter-finals, 24 June 2000 )
4. Beat NETHERLANDS 0-0 (a.e.t.) at Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
( Semi-finals, 29 June 2000 )


The Azurri away all white kits was worn for just one match in whole tournament.
Lost to FRANCE 2-1(a.e.t) at Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam ( Final, 2 July 2000 )



Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Font Kappa 1999-2002

I'm always like to have the retro font sets on my collection, these is the second from the KAPPA sets.
This font was used by some national teams like Italy during Euro 2000 and World Cup 2002. Some clubs from Serie A like As Roma during seasons 2000-2001 and 2001-2002 or like Juventus during seasons 1999-2000 and 2000-2001.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Font Real Madrid 2001-03

These few days I'm will be concentrated on the few football font. Started from the AC Milan and these Real Madrid classic 2001-03 season sets.

Font AC Milan 2010-11

Sneak-peek the AC Milan team font for the season 2010-11, still not the final job.

Updated _Italy WC2006 kits

Please check the previous posted Italy WC2006 team kits, I'm updated all the kits.

The kits today, illustrate base on the EURO2008 qualifying match. Keep noted the the Azurri team badge, World Cup 2006 champion team jersey with the 4 stars on their Euro2008 qualifying football match.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Italy WC 2006 GK kits



I'ts really my favourite Italy keeper kits, and once I have these shirts in my collection. These shirts have two version, long sleeves and short sleeves (Buffon special). I'm posted the home kits first, later the away and third.

Matches in which The Azurri wore with the home all Gold kits.
1. Beat GHANA 2-0 at Stadion Hannover, Hanover
( First round, Group E, 12 June 2006 )
2. Draw UNITED STATES 1-1 at Fritz Walter Stadion, Kaiserslautern
( First round, Group E, 17 June 2006 )
3. Beat CZECH REPUBLIC 2-0 at Stadion Hamburg, Hamburg
( First round, Group E, 19 June 2006 )
4. Beat FRANCE 1-1 pk 5–3 (a.e.t.) at Olympiastadion, Berlin ( Final, 9 July 2006 )


Matches in which The Azurri wore with the Burgundy away kits with the Navy shorts and the Burgundy sock.
1. Beat AUSTRALIA 1-0 at Fritz Walter Stadion, Kaiserslautern ( Round of 16, 26 June 2006 )
2. Beat UKRAINE 3-0 at Stadion Hamburg, Hamburg ( Quarter-finals, 30 June 2006 )


Thursday, August 19, 2010

Italy WC 2006 Away kits



The Azurri away kits base colour of the white shirt. The white away kits, however made no appearance at the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Puma named Neil Barrett Creative Director for a series of technical collections starting with Italy’s National Football Team. Team Italia wore Neil Barrett’s “on pitch kit” training and formal wear exclusively, ultimately winning the 2004 European Cup title. Barrett became the first fashion designer ever to have exclusively dressed a national football team.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Italy World Cup 2006 kits


The Italy team won their fourth World Cup, defeating their long-time rivals France in Berlin, on 9 July, 5–3 on penalty kicks after a 1–1 draw at the end of extra time. Play in Group E of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, The Azzurri won the group, and advanced to the second round, along with Ghana. The Czech Republic and the United States failed to advance. Italy team advanced to final against France after defeated Australia, Ukraine and Germany.

Gianluigi Buffon also won the Lev Yashin Award, given to the best goalkeeper of the tournament; he conceded only two goals in the tournament. In honour of Italy winning the FIFA World Cup for a fourth time, all of the World Cup Squad were awarded the Italian Order of Merit of Cavaliere Ufficiale.


Matches in which The Azurri wore with the blue home kits with the white shorts and the blue sock.
1. Beat AUSTRALIA 1-0 at Fritz Walter Stadion, Kaiserslautern ( Round of 16, 26 June 2006 )
2. Beat UKRAINE 3-0 at Stadion Hamburg, Hamburg ( Quarter-finals, 30 June 2006 )


Matches in which The Azurri wore with the home all blue kits.
1. Beat GHANA 2-0 at Stadion Hannover, Hanover ( First round, Group E, 12 June 2006 )
2. Draw UNITED STATES 1-1 at Fritz Walter Stadion, Kaiserslautern
( First round, Group E,17 June 2006 )
3. Beat CZECH REPUBLIC 2-0 at Stadion Hamburg, Hamburg
( First round, Group E,19 June 2006 )
4. Beat FRANCE 1-1 pk 5–3 (a.e.t.) at Olympiastadion, Berlin ( Final, 9 July 2006 )

The white away kits, however made no appearance at the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Updated-Font Nke WC98 & PUMA Pace


Needed to write to all my friends who already have few of my file on TTF file through other links. Have some question about the detailed ?
Here the answer,
The AI file will always be a lot better than a true type font, that's beyond question. A TTF cannot compare to an AI. However, not everybody can use an AI file but eveybody can use a TTF, whatever platform the user is in.

Anyway here I'm updated few of the previous font sets.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Puma Pace font 2006/07

Another classic Font sets from PUMA, these PUMA PACE one of my favourite font design by PUMA. We wore most to all team with the kits under label PUMA.
During FIFA World Cup tournament 2006, Italy, Poland, Ghana among the few teams with these set numbers on their kits.

Updated-Serbia kits

I spent whole days yesterday to update these Serbia and few others kits, I've done before.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Nigeria WC98 Away kits

Ilustrate base on the "Super Eagles" worn away kits in the African Nations Cup final at National stadium, Lagos, Nigeria on February 13th 2000. The 2000 African Cup of Nations was the 22nd edition of the African Cup of Nations, It was co-hosted by Ghana and Nigeria, who jointly replaced Zimbabwe as host. Cameroon won the championship, beating Nigeria in the final 4-3 on penalty kicks.Nigeria still with the same Home and Away kits as they use for France, World Cup 1998 tournament.

Nigeria away with all white and green/black stripes design as the Home kits for World Cup 1998, however the Away kits made no appearance in any match at France, World Cup 1998.










Monday, August 9, 2010

Nigeria WC98 team kits

World Cup 1998, France show nation from Africa "Super Eagles" alongside Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, and South Africa. Optimism was high due to their manager Bora Milutinovc and the return of most 1994 squad members. In the final tournament Nigeria were drawn into group D with Spain, Bulgaria, Paraguay. Nigeria scored a major upset by defeating Spain 3-2 after coming back twice from being 1-0 and 2-1 down. The Eagles qualified for the second round with win
against Bulgaria and loss to Paraguay. Their hopes of surpassing their 1994 performance was shattered after a 4-1 loss to Denmark.
Nigeria squads :
1 GK Peter Rufai, 2 DF Mobi Oparaku, 3 DF Celestine Babayaro, 4 FW Nwankwo Kanu, 5 DF Uche Okechukwu, 6 DF Taribo West, 7 FW Finidi George, 8 MD Mutiu Adepoju, 9 FW Rashidi Yekini, 10 MD Augustine Okocha, 11 MD Garba Lawal, 12 GK William Okpara, 13 MD Tijani Babangida, 14 FW Daniel Amokachi, 15 MD Sunday Oliseh, 16 FW Uche Okafor, 17 DF Augustine Eguavoen, 18 MD Wilson Oruma, 19 DF Benedict Iroha, 20 FW Victor Ikpeba, 21 DF Godwin Okpara, 22 GK Abiodun Baruwa, Coach: Bora Milutinovic (YUG)

Matches in which NIGERIA wore with the home kits with the all green kits.
1. Beat SPAIN 3-2 at Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes ( First round, Group D, 13 June 1998 )
2. Beat BULGARIA 1-0 at Parc des Princes, Paris ( First round, Group D, 19 June 1998 )
3. Lost DENMARK 4-1 at Stade de France, Saint-Denis ( Round of 16, 28 June 1998 )

The NIGERIA Home kits with the away white shorts and sock was worn for just one match in whole tournament. Lost to PARAGUAY 0-3 at Stade de Toulouse, Toulouse ( First round, Group D, 24 June 1998 ).


Sunday, August 8, 2010

Nike WC98 font sets


Recently i'm got requested from the Itlalian friend for these retro World Cup 98 Nike letter and numbering for players shirts.
Surprised, what I'm founded there are two type design on text. The thickness, letter G and M for the Italy and Nigeria home shirts bit different from the others team as Netherlands, Brazil, USA and South Korea also with the Nike kits that season.
If you not agree with my comment, share here.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Ballarat Red Devils 1000th ML kits


Pelada sportswear are also working with the Red to design a one off kit that will be worn in the 1000th match in August this year. This particular shirt will be only worn once and will feature more gold than white, with shirts being auctioned off at a function after the match.

The 2010 season shirts are slightly a brighter red than last seasons Nike shirt with more white on the front and back. The Haymes Ballarat Red Devils willcontinue with the white shorts and
red socks that worn for these 1000th league match kits.

The club has decided that the first team only will wear the new badge with all other teams including the Lady Red Devils, the Red Devils football academy and the Junior Red Devils wearing the club logo.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Serbia WC2010 Away kits


The Serbia Away shirt same design as Home is will be white, with nothing but minor red details on the sleeves. The shirt number will be red on the back, and the small front number will be red and centralised. The complementary shorts will be white and will have a red stripe on each side, while the socks will be white with red details.

The Serbia away shirts not make appearance in any match of the FIFA World Cup 2010 tournaments. The illustrate kits above base on the pre-world cup friendly match Serbia against New Zealand.





Serbia WC2010 home kits

The Serbia national football team the direct descendant of the SFR Yugoslavia national football team. The team is nicknamed the White Eagles, as first time that the team will be participating in the World Cup as ‘Serbia’, as previously they were part of, and participated as, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1930-38), SFR
Yugoslavia (1950-1990), FR Yugoslavia (1994-2002) and Serbia & Montenegro (2006). Serbia have been drawn in Group D of the 2010 World Cup in which the White Eagles will have to face Germany, Ghana and Australia. Serbia played their first match against Ghana and lost 1-0. They defeated Germany in a match on 18 June 2010 with the final score being 1–0. They faced Australia in their last group match, and were defeated 2–1 resulting in the team failing to qualify from the group stage and finishing bottom of Group D.

The Serbia home shirt is a brand new design from Nike for the 2010-12 seasons including the 2010 Fifa World Cup. It is made out in their famous red colour with a large white cross on the front and is a short sleeved design with a rounded v-neck. A white horizontal stripe runs across the chest over which the red Nike Swoosh is placed, and a vertical stripe runs down the left side of the shirt. At the intersection of both stripes, there is the emblem of the Football Association of Serbia.

Matches in which SERBIA wore with the red home kits with the blue shorts and the red sock. Beat GERMANY 1-0 at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
( First round, Group D, 18 June 2010 )

Matches in which SERBIA wore with the red home kits with the blue shorts and the white away sock.
Lost AUSTRALIA 2-1 at Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit ( First round, Group D, 23 June 2010 ).

Matches in which SERBIA wore with the home kits with the all red shorts and sock. Lost GHANA 0-1 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria ( First round, Group D, 13 June 2010 )


Tuesday, August 3, 2010

The Reds new Coat-of-Arms

Ballarat Red Devils for the first time in their 43 year history has a Coat of Arms that will be on the shirt. The club has had several club logos on the shirts before, with the last being in 2006, but never has a Coat of Arms. A one stage in the early ‘70’s the Red Devils had the Ballarat City Coat of Arms but this only lasted about 5 years and was only used on pennants handed out at the end of the season to players. The new design created by Duncan Smith came about after he spoke to the City to see if it was possible to use the City of Ballarat Coat of Arms.
The Red Devils design features a gold section at the top of the shield and the Eureka Flag in the other two thirds of the shield. On the top is the year the club was formed in 1968 and at the bottom the words ‘Concordis nos stare’ which is latin for ‘United we Stand’. At the very top of the badge will be three stars to represent the three Championships that the club has won in 1968, 1992 and 2007.

Source: Duncan Smith

Monday, August 2, 2010

Ballarat Red Devils 2010 kits

Still with the Ballarat Red Devils, for the 2010 kits with the team withPELADA sportswear.

Ballarat Red Devils 2010 kits with new manufacture PELADA based in England, which has signed on for the next two seasons. The REDS
home and away kit unveiled at the season launch at The Heritage on Lydiard St, 26 Mar, 2010. The 2010 season shirts are slightly a brighter red than last seasons Nike shirt with more white on the front and back. The Haymes Ballarat Red Devils will continue with the white shorts and black socks in the design of Manchester

United.
Sources: Duncan Smith