Swedish club Hammarby IF have just launched their new home shirt for 2011. The club plays in the Swedish Superettan, which is the second division in the Swedish league system.
Hammarby finished in 8th place during the 2010 season, failing to win promotion by 8 points.
Hammarby’s kits are currently manufactured by Kappa, having taken over Nike last year.
Their new home shirt features white and green stripes with a green collar. The Kappa logo is featured on the top right part of the chest with the club crest on the opposite left. Pepsi, the club’s current shirt sponsors (since 2010), have their logo placed on the central green stripe.
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