Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Brazil World Cup 1966 kits

World Cup 1966 was Brazil's worst performance in any World Cup. Played Group 3 which saw the two-time defending champions Brazil finish in third place behind Portugal and Hungary, and be eliminated along with Bulgaria. The preparation of the Brazil team was affected by political influences. All the major Brazilian clubs wanted their players included in the Brazilian team, to give them more exposure. The coach Vicente Feola was working with 46 players, of which only 22 would go to England; this caused lots of internal dispute and psychological pressure on the players and managing staff.
Still with the traditional colour, Without any maker logo is placed on the shirt with the CBF crest left part of the chest. The shirts was worn with the blue shorts with white trim detailed.

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Real Madrid 2006-07 season team font

Italian manager Fabio Capello arrived at a Real Madrid side suffering one of the longest spells without a trophy in their history. Under Capello Real Madrid won the La Liga title in 2007 for the first time in four years but was sacked on 28 June 2007. Ending the 2006-07 season manage make through on Round of 16, UEFA Champions League and Copa Del Rey. New signing from Manchester United the Dutch forward Ruud van Nistelrooy the new club top scorer with 33 goals all tournaments. Among the big name new Galáctico signing these season are Fabio Cannavaro (Italy), Emerson, Mahamadou Diarra (France) and Gonzalo Higuaín.

Real Madrid made by Adidas kits 2006-07 season has 3 different jerseys with BenQ-Siemens as the new main sponsor. The white home strip. The navy away kit and the black for the third kits. The club only features two different namekits though. A blue/silver set for the home kit and a white/silver nameset for the away/third kit, Unique thermal application. Additional Real Madrid crest applied on the Numerical base.

Thursday, 22 August 2013

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Real Madrid 2005-06 season team font

The year Real Madrid with two manager in one season. First Vanderlei Luxemburgo was hired as Real Madrid's coach from Santos (Brazil) in the second half of the 2004-2005 season when Mariano García Remón was dismissed from the job. He was sacked on 5 December 2005, Real Madrid announced Spainish Juan Ramón López Caro would be his successor. Ending the 2005-06 season with the 2nd places on the La Liga, manage make it through Semi-finals in the Copa del Rey and stuck on Round of 16, UEFA Champions League. Brazilian ace Ronaldo still the club top scorer with the Zinedine Zidane behind. Among the big name new club signing these season are  Julio Baptista , Robinho and Sergio Ramos.
Real Madrid made by Adidas these 2005-06 season has 3 different jerseys. The white home strip. The navy away kit and the grey for the third kits. The club only features two different namekits though. A dark black/silver set for the home kit (and third kit) and a white/silver nameset for the away kit, Unique
thermal application. Additional Real Madrid crest applied on the Numerical base.

The Real Madrid 2005/06 team season kits illustration  i'm posted later.

Sunday, 18 August 2013

Font Collection: Chelsea UEFA version.

Here the Chelsea font collection that was worn on the kits during the UEFA and pre-season from the 2010 through the 2013 season.
Chelsea used the same style design for two season, from the 2010/11 through 2011/12 season. The 3d block design (classic adidsas style) with the lion logo apply on the figure.

Saturday, 17 August 2013

Chelsea Tour 2013 Thai version font

During the Chelsea tour in Thailand, pre-season game against Singha All-Stars in Bangkok, the “Blues” used the kits with Thai version numbers and names. I founded these similar version, were used before with the other team when they played tour at the few Asian countries such Japan and China. Such an opportunity to win more supporters, raise sponsorships and sell jerseys.
'Here to Play, Here to Stay' Asia Tour 2013

To continue engage and lay roots with their new fan base in distant lands, Chelsea announced – "Here to play, here to stay" was the tour Asia 2013 logo, which will see Chelsea play matches in Thailand, Malaysia, and for the first time, Indonesia. The year's first match is in Thailand against a Singha All-Star XI in the Singha Cup on July 17 at the Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, which will act as a celebration of our partner's 80th anniversary. Second travel to Kuala Lumpur to face a Malaysia XI at the Shah Alam Stadium on July 21 and lastly debut in Jakarta on July 25 against an Indonesia XI at the 88,000-seater Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, as we compete for the BNI Cup, marking our relationship with Bank Negara Indonesia. There have been open training, signing sessions and community work clubs conduct during the tour and for long afterwards.

"Here to play, here to stay" logo patch also was worn on the team shirt sleeve during the Asia Tour 2013.

2013-14 Font EURO version: Chelsea

Chelsea’s revealed 2013/14 their adidas home as well as the new goalkeepers kit back in April following the campaign 'It's Blue, What Else Matters'. As indicated in the slogan being used by adidas. The shirt is mainly blue features white trim around the collar, with the traditional adidas 3-stripes being in white. The yellow goalkeepers shirt offers a fresh and rebirth look to the current dark green goalkeepers shirt

Chelsea adidas Away Kit was pays homage to the 1960s, features the main color White with two horizontal stripes in the colors blue and bed on the front of the Shirt.

New font was created for the UEFA and Tour kits version, additional Chelsea crest applied on the figure.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Cagliari 1969-70 team kits

1969-70 team Cagliari Scopigno especially the Cagliari Riva's and all the Sardinians, arrives unexpectedly to win his first and so far only, Scudetto. A team victory no one could have predicted as much. In two years, the team climbed back into B, after two more years appeared for the first time in its history in Serie A. Cagliari arrived without a name or players to be rebuilt, and the great team that came gradually to the sixth Serie A won the Scudetto.

Valencia CF 2012/13 Special Edition 'Senyera' shirt

To mark the club’s first cup final appearance in 1934, Valencia CF has launched a special edition ‘Senyera’ shirt. It is co-branded with Valencia’s technical sponsor Joma and the club’s VCF Mitic brand. The shirt itself is a reminder of the first cup final in Valencia in 1934. The tournament was then called "Torneo del Presidente de la República". In that final was the opposite powerhouse Real Madrid. Valencia eventually lost the game 1-2, but the shirts from that time are never forgotten.

It is co-branded with Valencia’s technical sponsor Joma and the club’s VCF Mitic brand.The shirt is almost characterized to the shirt from that final. Even when the shirt had a large V-sign below the neck in the colors of the flag Senyera out of each shoulder and closing at peak in the chest and a beautiful maroon color. In the back, neck commemoration dates, 1934-2013, and at the bottom the brand logos in white.La Senyera, the Catalan flag, is one of the oldest flags in the world. Now can be found in the areas that were once Catalan. Flag back The French department of Pyrenees-Orientales and the Spanish regions of Aragon, the Balearic Islands and Valencia still carry the flag Senyera.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Valencia 1978-79 Home & UEFA Kits

Under the Argentina footballer and coach, Alfredo di Stéfano, Valencia won the  Copa del Rey, would go on to third round 1978/79 UEFA Cup, thus the seven places in La Liga league table.

Valencia CF all WHITE home kits, Ressey brand by Spainish shirt maker, Without any Ressey logo is placed on the shirt with the Valencia CF crest on the left part of the chest. Black printed numbers on the back of the shirt.

 Valencia UEFA Cup kits
Adiitional another Traditional Senyera yellow and red for UEFA match shirt was featured, design replicate as the domestic league shirt. Feature new block style design numbers and the Senyera trim on the side of the both side on the short leg.

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Valencia home 1978-79 kits

The season 1978-79 of the Copa del Rey was won by the Valencia, the arrival of Mario Kempes, at the end of the decade brought more success as El Matador scored the winning goal in the 1979 Copa del Rey final. Under the Argentina footballer and coach, Alfredo di Stéfano, Valencia would go on to third round 1978/79 UEFA Cup, thus the seven places in La Liga league table.

Traditional Senyera yellow and red shirt with blue collar and cuffs embroidered with Valencia badge to front , Ressey brand by Spainish shirt maker.

Monday, 12 August 2013

Font: Valencia 2012-13 Home & Senyera Kits

Valencia CF 2012/2013 season home shirt is mainly white with light grey pinstripes. It has a white collar with black trim whilst there is black piping around the sleeve ends. Made by Joma and was officially unveiled by Valencia on May 18, 2012. Jinko Solar are the main sponsors. New PU type Font style was introduce with the club team crest apply on the base of the numbers.
Valencia CF also have presented their modified Senyera jersey,features red and yellow stripes with light blue detail. The club’s Senyera shirt will be used in its Champions League fixtures.

Font: Valencia 2012-13 Away & 3rd Kits

After the presentation of the Valencia home kit 2012/13 and modified Senyera Champions League jersey, Valencia CF, Spanish La Liga team, have also unveiled their way strip. Los Che away shirt is mainly purple with light purple detail around the sleeve ends and collar. Made by Joma,Jinko Solar features as main sponsor on the front of the ValenciaKits, while MSC has its logo on the left sleeve.
Valencia CF have third strip for the 2012/13 season, The black and orange kit, will be first worn against Malaga and will also be used in select Champions League Cup and domestic league games. Additional new design font featured on these both kits (two design font features for the Valencia 2012-13 season kits). The font material PU type

Saturday, 10 August 2013

Font: Valencia 2013-14 Kits

Spanish La Liga team, Valencia CF kits for the 2013/14 season, made by Joma. Concept characteristics design of the both team kits is its originality, mixed with the traditional hallmarks of a Valencia CF strip. The main two kits feature a common theme: A return to the historic colour scheme of the club. Thus, white, black and orange feature prominently. Jinko Solar remain the principal sponsors features on the front of the Valencia Kits, while MSC has its logo on the left sleeve. Additional on the back new design font were worn on these kits.


I'm Azmie aka azmie@switch_image is the founder of switchimageproject.com, Malaysian base kits illustrator/graphic designer and a huge football fan. These new blog is a my illustrate catalog of the shirts and equipment to the past, present and future of graphic design in the world best football club and national team. Additional I try doing some changes for my illustration work collection at least improved than the previous project.

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