Vitesse is a Dutch club based in Arnhem and playing home games at the GelreDome, with a capacity of 25,000. The team plays in the top division in Holland, the Eredivise. They finished 4th in the 2012/13 league title race, and hence they enter the 2013/14 UEFA Champions League in the Third Qualifying Round. The team is owned by a Georgian businessman Merab Jordania, a retired footballer, making it the first Dutch club to be owned by a foreigner.
This is the new home kit to be worn by Vitesse for the 2013/14 season. The shirt has a black flapped collar. The body and sleeves of the shirt are striped vertically in yellow and black. The Nike Swoosh is white and placed on the right side of the chest. The year when the club was founded is placed on the left side of the chest, while the club crest is centralised. Until now, the clubâ€™s kits carry no sponsor logo.
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