In a change from the usual reveal, Argentinean team Colón de Santa Fe have enlisted the help of their fans to unveil their new home shirt as they continue with the new 2013/14 season which has recently kicked off. Some of the club's biggest supporters feature in the smart reveal of the new Santa Fe shirt, which features an interesting spin on the team's traditional red and black colours.
For the launch, the club's fans pose in some of the iconic locations around the city of Santa Fe, including inside the club's stadium which is commonly known as 'The Elephant's Graveyard.' The ground's official name is Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao López, but the nickname comes from the fact that so many big teams have lost at the stadium over the years, including Pele's Santos in 1964 and the Argentinean national team.
One of the oldest clubs in Argentinean football, Colón have gone with a very modern shirt design for the new season. Made from a lightweight polyester material, the shirt features the club's red and black colours merging together, with a smart rounded collar and hooped cuffs. The shirt goes on sale in Argentina from today, and will be worn for the first time by the players in their game against Quilmes this weekend.