Puebla FC are a Mexican football club who play in the Liga MX in the city of Puebla, Mexico. Founded in 1944 the club's home shirts boasts an iconic blue sash which crosses the chest diagonally from the right shoulder to the left waist which are supplied by Kappa. Taking their first league title in the 1982-83 season the club are one of the most successful in Mexico.
At the end of the Clausura 2005 the club were relegated from the Primera A and in May 2007 they gained promotion back to the Primera A league. The club play their home games at the historic Estadio Cuauhtemoc in Puebla which holds 42,684 people.
Mexican side Puebla have officially launched their new home and away kits made by Charly Futbol. The new home kit for Puebla features their trademark royal blue and white home colours in a classic sash design [...]
Liga MX side Puebla FC have officially released their new home, away and goalkeeper kits for the 2014 season [...]
Mexican club Puebla FC have released a special edition third shirt for their 70th anniversary as a football club [...]
Puebla have won a total of two Mexican Primera Division titles in 1983 and 1990, four Copa Mexico titles, one CONCACAF Champions League in 1991 and much more. The club have had several kit suppliers in their history including adidas, Pony, Garcis, Joma and Atletica.
The club's home kit represents the state and the city of Puebla whose colours are blue and white. The club have had the same home shirt for over 75 years boasting a diagonal blue sash on white base. Puebla had variations between home shirts but they have always featured the historic sash on every shirt.