CF Monterrey are a Mexican football club based in Moterrey and they most notably won the CONCACAF Champions League in the 2008 season making it the club's third title. Monterrey wear dark blue and white striped shirts which is ususally complemented with dark blue shorts and socks.
Monterrey were formed in 1945 making the club the oldest active team in the professional division from the Northern part of Mexico. The club is owned by FEMSA, Latin America's largest bottling company. The club played their home games at the Estadio Tecnologico in Monterrey which holds 32,854 people. The club moved to the brand new Estadio de Futbol Monterrey stadium in 2014.
Liga MX Club Monterrey are handed one of Puma's most unique kit collections of the new season. With the start of Mexican footballs elite Liga MX commencing this coming weekend, Monterrey unveil both their home and away shirts which sees the club's navy and white colour-way continue in the form of [...]
Monterrey step up their preparations for the start of the new Liga MX season as kit manufactures Puma hand them a powerful looking third shirt. Opting for an obscure base-colour of Dark Grey, Monterrey's latest third shirt utilises pop accents of vivid Blue to create a unique visual as 'Los Rayad [...]
Kit manufacturer Puma and Project Pink once again heart-warmingly collaborate to raise awareness of breast cancer The Project Pink foundation has seen clubs of the Mexican Liga MX being handed special edition shirts from Puma with the Project Pink theme with the 2015/16 season proving no differen [...]
Mexican side Monterrey have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. Revealing special "70th Anniversary" kits back in June, the all new kits for Monterrey are again supplied by PUMA Football [...]
The team are nicknamed the 'Rayados' meaning the 'Striped Ones', due to the club's traditional navy blue striped uniform which is currently manufactured by Nike. The club have also had the likes of Atletica, ABA SPORT and adidas supply their kits.
Past home kits have included variations between shades of blue. In the 1960's Monterrey wore a sky blue and white striped home kit and in the 90's the club wore a white dominated home shirt. Common away shirts include shaes of blue, white and orange.