ABM the Italian sportswear and leisure manufacture since 1981. The sportswear really make impact in the arly and mid 90s with few Italian and foreign club kits equipped with these label. Among the club such Fiorentina, Torino, Udinese, CSKA Moscow, As Cannes, Heereveen, and many others.
Italian sports wear label ABM innagural supply the ACF Fiorentina.kits from the 1989-90 thru 1990-91 season. Roberto Baggio the club top scorer but not good enough to make impact on the league table for the Viola. End of the season, Fiorentina finish on the 12th places.
Despite with the new the Brazilian coach Sebastião Lazaroni, back from Italy 90. ACF Fiorentina finished the Serie A 1990-1991 season in 12th place, as the previous season. The club kits still sponsor by the ABM sportswear. The new arrival, Diego Fuser (on loan from Lazio) and Massimo Orlando were the Viola top scorer through all the season.
Start from the 2017-18 season, the new font, designed in collaboration with Official Partner Sporting iD and Premier League clubs will wear shirts adorned with a new set of names and numbers.
The font features a modern and vibrant design is available in five colorways: white with black details and black, navy, red, and yellow; all with white details.
The new Premier League font design It is the first change for 10 years to the names and numbers used in the Premier League. Sporting iD also deliver service supplying names, numbers and sleeve badges for the Premier League,
Ajax Amsterdam under the Morten Olsen coach, the club finished the 1998-1999 season in 6th, This was the club's lowest finish since 1965. The club also suffered poor form in Europe, finishing bottom of their Champions League group stage. Jari Litmanen and Benni McCarthy were the top scorer with the 15 goals through all the season.
Player number without the club crest logo during the Domestic and the Champions League tournament for players match shirt.
Another poor season for the Ajax Amsterdam under the Dutch coach, Jan Wouters. The club finished the 1999-2000 season in 5th, though this at least was an improvement on finishing sixth the previous season. Dutch midfielder, Richard Knopper were the top scorer with the 15 goals through all the season.
Through all the 1999-2000 season, player number without the club crest as apply on the previous season.
Spain national and Olympic 1920 home kits. The red shirts compliment with the white shorts, instead of the blue regular shorts. The Lion crest on the left chest without any shield as apply on the Olympic shirts only.
Still working and searches these Spain Olympic 1920 kits references.
Since the beginning Spainish national football team in 1920, the color red, has always been the color of the Spainish home shirts, but after the civil war, for political reasons of the winning side (rebellious side), was not wanted to relate the national combined with the color red, To the republican side); And it was decided to dress the Spanish team with the blue color as the first kits and the white color as away kits for the Six years, before change to red again.
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UEFA Euro 1996 Group stage, Spain were seed in Group B with France along with Balkan World Cup participants Romania and Bulgaria. France and Spain dominated the group, and for the first quarter-final between the hosts and Spain ended goalless, after Spain had two goals disallowed and two claims for a penalty denied. The English progressed 4–2 on spot kicks
Unique Adidas classic 1970s font style with the small brand logo word apply on the numbers. As seen was worn on the Argentina national team during the years 1976 through 1979.
Argentina 1976 home shirt with the black adidas short and white socks. Argentina shirt was manufacture ny local rugby sports Ueibarri. These kits as seen was used during the international friendly match against USSR on March 20 and Poland, March 24, 1976.
The Adidas font collection series by the type designer Jeremy Mickel, as adidas to co-incide with their ‘Sport 15’ campaign. Jeremy improve design brand typeface, adineue can be seen on the ‘hater’s’ campaign by Iris Worldwide, which featured photography by Rick Guest. With the latest launch of the adidas X and ACE.