2005 England Home shirt

In 2005, Umbro launched the home jersey for the England national team. The modern jersey was popular among fans at that time. Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard and David Beckham appeared at the product launch, wearing the well-designed home shirt. The three legendary footballers retired form the national team.

In 2017, Owen was awarded Golden Foot. It is the award that is presented annually in Monaco and recognizes the outstanding player over the age of 28. Owen, born on 14 December 1979, is a former English professional striker who played for England national team and Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United and Stoke City.

On May 27 1998, Owen, who was only 18 years and 164 days, scored a goal in a friendly match against Morocco national team, becoming the England’s youngest player and youngest scorer in the 20th century.

Owen was selected for the 1998 World Cup. His goal in the match against Romania made him England’s youngest ever goalscorer in the tournament at the age of 18 years and 190 days. He also scored the greatest goal in this World Cup, and accordingly he became famous in England.

Designed and manufactured by umbro, the 2005 home shirt is predominately white with special details. Certainly, umbro classic double diamond pattern and the team badge are embroidered on the chest, showing the brand and national pride. There is a big red cross on right sleeve. Besides, the breathable fabric can absorb sweat from skin quickly so as to keep athletes cool and dry, Players, wearing the home shirt, are able to be concentrated on games and perform well.

England football shirts are available for every one who loves football.

Millennium Stadium

Millennium Stadium is located in Cardiff, Wales, with a capacity of 74,500. It’s a home football stadium of the Wales national rugby union team, also a football stadium for some competitions of the Wales national football team. Owner of the football stadium is Millennium Stadium plc, which is a subsidiary company of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU). The modern football stadium is constructed at a cost of £121 million, of which £46 million comes from the Millennium Commission.

As the second-largest football stadium across the whole world, the fully retractable roof was installed, becoming the one of famous football stadiums in the world. It was also a designated football stadium for the 2017 UEFA Champions League Final held on June 3, 2017. Designed by famous architects, the construction work was started after the completion of demolition work. It is named after the Millennium Stadium for the sponsorship. In general, Millennium Stadium is widely regarded as a great football stadium in Wales, even in Europe.

Yellow Sweden Home Shirt 2016

The Sweden national football team has achieved great achievements at many international competitions, creating new records by unremitting efforts of football players. The brand new football shirt is manufactured by a famous manufacturer – Adidas. The primary yellow Sweden home jersey is stitched with Sweden national football team’s shirt badge, which follows the traditional color scheme of the badge. The Adidas logo is woven on the opposite position. As the base color of the shirt, the brand new home shirt features Adidas’ symbolic three stripes, which are striking against the primary yellow shirt.

Aiming at proving ultimate wearing experiences for players, the yellow football shirt is woven by 100%-polyester fabric, which is manufactured by the Climacool technology. For the reason of the high technology, the light-weight yellow home shirt features strong breathability, keeping your body cool and dry. If you are finding the cheap Sweden home shirt 2016, please browse the https://fckingdom.com for more information.

Liberty Stadium

Liberty Stadium is a multi-purpose football stadium, locating in the Landore area of Swansea, Wales. As the home ground of the Swansea City and the Ospreys rugby team. For the promotion of the Swansea City, it is taken as the primary choice of the Premier League in Wales. Due to advertising rules, the football stadium is renowned as Swansea Stadium. For lack of enough money, both Swansea council and financial group agree to sustain the original football stadium. The Liberty Stadium was inaugurated on July 10, 2005.

As a world-wide famous football stadium, the Liberty Stadium could also be used as a place for many large-sized concerts, solo concerts and cultural activities. At the beginning of the 2014-15 season, many changes has occurred to the football stadium. Two large-sized screens have been installed inside the north and south stands, helping all spectators receiving information instantly and clearly. The capacity of the football stadium will increased to 40,000 after planned expansion.

Polish Army Stadium

Polish Army Stadium is located in Śródmieście district of Poland, with a capacity of 31,800 spectators. It is a football-specific stadium rather than a multi-purpose football stadium. Since the inauguration of the football stadium, it has been taken as the home ground of Legia Warsaw football club. A new reconstruction of the football stadium are divide into two stage. In addition to novel and modern design, the brand new Polish Army Stadium is equipped with the underlying heating system, training pitch, underground parking lot and other sound equipment.

There are four exits access to the football stadium, allowing numerous spectators getting out of the grand football stadium in short time. In addition to some basic infrastructure, there are also some supporting entertainment equipment, including Legia club museum, bar and restaurant. The Legia club museum is housed in the north stand, aiming at carrying forward rich historical information of the football club in different stages.

INEA Stadion

INEA Stadion is an association football stadium in Poznań, Poland, with a capacity of 43,269 spectators. The construction work of the football stadium spanned for two years, from 1968 to 1980. Since the inauguration of the football stadium, the INEA Stadion has been used as a ground for Lech Poznań. From 2003 to 2010, the football stadium has been reconstructed with four fully covered stands. For the large capacity and good infrastructure of the football stadium, it is widely regarded as the fifth-largest stadium among many grand and novel football stadiums.

Aiming at promote interactions among spectators, quite steep stands have been established, leading to poor grass growth for lack of the illumination of sunlight. They could do nothing but exchange turf a few times a year. The main stand are designed for players, press and very important guests. Under the main stand, there are many space for players, including locker rooms, saunas, massage rooms, etc. Besides, conference rooms, offices, storage and technical rooms were built under the main stand, too.