Villarreal 2011/12 Puma Home Shirt

Villarreal is a Spanish club from the province of Castellon. The club was founded in 1923 and plays home games at 25000 capacity El Madrigal stadium. Their performance in the 2010/11 season exceeded expectations and they finished fourth in the table, earning a place in the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League Play-off Round. The club won 18, drew 8 and lost 12 out of the 38 matches played to finish with a 62 point aggregate. Recently, the club has come very near to success in main European competitions. The club reached the semi-final of the 2006 UEFA Champions League and reached the semi-final of the UEFA Europa League (former UEFA Cup) of 2004 and 2011. Villarreal ranked runner-up in the top Spanish division (La Liga) of 2008.

This will be the new home shirt that the club will wear for the 2011/12 campaign. The shirts of Villareal are manufactured by German brand Puma. The new shirt will keep to the traditional yellow colour which earned them the nickname the Yellow Submarine. The logo of Puma will be placed on the right side of the chest and on both sleeves, and it will be blue.

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  1. Shirts are so much nicer without sponsors. Nice shirt, but no doubt so ugly logo will appear on it shortly.

  2. OMG same thing every year why just plain yellow bring a pattern in and a black puma sign then i’ll be impressed

  3. Oooooh, what a great shirt! Just the same boring-looking shirts as ever! A boring shirt for a boring supportersless club.

  4. So thats next years spurs shiry and every other puma team, except change the badge and colour

  5. I like it. It’s almost exactly the same as last years, and the year before that (and so on…) but even so, minimal is good. Having said that, there is really no point in relwasing a kit that is exctly the same as the previous one.

  6. I think villarreals sponsor actually spices up their kits. How about doing something creative puma? No? Okay i will wait till next season

  7. Somewhere, there is a man who actually got paid money to ‘design’ this! Given that the colour, the Puma logos and the club badge are all predetermined,this man has actually come up with a T-shirt and been paid for his effort.

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