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Sunderland Away Football Kit, 2009-2010 Season Revealed

sunderland away kit Sunderland Away Football Kit, 2009 2010 Season Revealed

Sunderland have unveiled their new away kit for the 2009-2010 season.

Pictured above, Sunderland’s new away football kit is white with carbon-coloured sleeves and a yellow trim. The color scheme is completely different than the away strip Sunderland wore during the 08-09 season, which was blue and black.

Sunderland’s new away kit is designed and manufactured by Umbro and is another impressive kit from Umbro who have been inconsistent of late, but their England and new Manchester City designs have been spectacular.

With millionaire businessman Ellis Short now in charge of Sunderland with Steve Bruce at the helm of the team, it’ll be interesting to see what new players will be bought this summer who will be wearing this kit next season. We shall see.

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20 Responses to Sunderland Away Football Kit, 2009-2010 Season Revealed

  1. Gaffer your title says 08/09.

  2. The Gaffer says:

    It’s now fixed. Thanks Cathal. That’s what I get for writing a post when I’m still sleepy ;)

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  3. Haha!

    It’s a nice jersey, isn’t it?

    I really like the yellow bits on it.

  4. andy says:

    i really like it and we definalty be buying it

  5. Xsniper says:

    Why not Red piping instead of Yellow I ask my self …… and I am still awaiting the answer ?

  6. daniel oneil says:

    i want to no how much the new sunderland away shirt is please

  7. mark says:

    wow thats bad, think i will be buying the home kit only this season

  8. LauRawr..X says:

    i love the new away shirt!!!
    the yellow bits look cool =D

  9. hickmansafc says:

    the new away top is lush the yellow bit make it stand out , very impressd deffnit getting it :)

  10. Arron says:

    SUNDERLANDS NEW STRIPS ARE JUST LUSH HAHA GEORDIES YOUR STRIPS ARE RUBBISH

  11. CMG says:

    The trademark ruins it but if you just show the print of Boyle Sport it is not that bad.

  12. Declan says:

    Hey well for being in Oz im still buying it and getting it over here because that a great jersey and so are last seasons.

  13. Keiichi says:

    Carbon grey and sulphur yellow, the SAFC website says… it’s growing on me, I guess. I still like the navy/obsidian blue strips.

    Still beats the new Barcodes away strip for next season, though. Good GOD, that is hideous. “Let’s all laugh at Newcastle, ROFL, ROFL, Let’s all laugh at Newcastle, ROFL ROFLMAO!”

  14. HardcorePrawn says:

    Are we all mad?!?
    “white with carbon-coloured sleeves”?
    It’s Black and White for Christ’s sake!!
    Black and White I tells ya!!!

  15. Chris says:

    it is lovely but i am a Chelsea fan

  16. TOM says:

    AWAY STIP IS THE BEST !!!
    NEWCASTLES AWAY IS MINGING

  17. hey i love the new strip gettin it 4 me bday/ training strip whooo cant wait

  18. Daniel Hoadley says:

    I fill sorry 4 ther fans

  19. mandy dixon says:

    i have been donated an away shirt, this season, fully signed by first team squad. its to raise money for a bulgarian orphange, anyone intersted?

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