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(Omar El-Hussieny Facebook page)

(Omar El-Hussieny Facebook page)

FC Levadia (Adidas)
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It is not very usual for Estonian clubs to change the jersey every year, you will notice soon in next lines, however the Estonian Champions have decided to present themselves with a renovated look.

Contrary to last season when the Adidas jersey had a white irregular stripe on the chest/shoulders (see picture above with Omar El-Hussieny wearing it in action against Sillamäe Kalev), the ‘Steelers’ go back to the traditional full green in 2015 season.

The away jersey will be in full white (pictured below, right hand).

In the past Levadia have also offered a black jersey as third kit and this will probably be the same case with a similar all-back model with white v-neck.

The sponsor is the same as last season (click pictures by RdS below to enlarge)


Sillamäe Kalev (Uhlsport)
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Notwithstanding a much-celebrated second place last season (second time in their history) and the Europa League awaiting in the summer, the 'Longshoremen' have not brought any change to the kit worn by Premium Liiga topscorer Evgeni Kabaev (the Ukrainian, pictured on the right, is now in Indonesia at Persija Jakarta).

What is new, it is the club's crest. Below you can compare with the old one (left).

Will Sillamäe change kit during the course of the season?

We hope so since it has been the same for few seasons already. We also hope to see the club's crest colours (blue and yellow) implemented in the home jersey which has been rather boring in its plain white.

Nothing new also for the blue away jersey at Sillamäe (Delfi.ee)

Nothing new also for the blue away jersey at Sillamäe (Delfi.ee)


Arno Pijpers during his time at Flora. He was also Estonian national team coach. (FC Flora)

Arno Pijpers during his time at Flora. He was also Estonian national team coach. (FC Flora)

FC Flora (Nike)
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1990-2015, this season will mark the 25th birthday of FC Flora.

The celebrations will culminate on the 18th of September in a home game against Tammeka when FC Flora will wear a special orange jersey.
The colour is a homage to the past Dutch coach at the club, Arno Pijpers who laid the foundations of Flora's game in a almost 4-year spell.

Pijpers was the longest serving coach at the 'Goddess' and present-day Norbert Hurt might well break the record.

The orange jersey is not on sale for now and it will be used for promotional events at matches and else (activities at intervals and social network promotions).

Apart from that, the first and the second kit will be exactly the same as last season exception made for the special 25-year crest that will appear on both jerseys (all pictures from Flora Facebook page, click to enlarge).


Nõmme Kalju (Adidas)
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The 'Pink Panthers' introduced their new jersey last season and no change was brought both for the home (left, as worn by left winger Allan Kimbaloula) and the away kit (as worn by central defender Jorge Rodrigues - all pictures by Gertrud Alatare Photography).


Manucho is gone, but the black away jersey will be the same as past season (ERR Sport)

Manucho is gone, but the black away jersey will be the same as past season (ERR Sport)

FC Infonet debuted away to FC Levadia in the all-black Joma old kit from the past two seasons (picture on the right), however they have presented a new home kit some weeks ago at an event in town.

The new home jersey can be viewed at the video below and shall debut in the home game against FC Flora in the weekend.

A new third kit was presented during the same event.
It will be made with sky-blue and carrying the logo of the charity 'You and Me' (see picture below, before the video).

The club's mascotte was also introduced to the press.
It is named 'Beastie' (an explanation of its origin appeared on the club's website and it's connected with the BSD Daemon )

Beastie quite resembles the Manchester United's mascotte 'Fred the Red' (picture from FC Infonet Facebook page)


Paide's logo was also slightly refreshed for season 2015

Paide's logo was also slightly refreshed for season 2015

Paide Linnameekond (Nike)
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Apart from having a new striker (Zahovaiko, right in the picture, holding a home jersey with away ones in the background) nothing has changed much at the 'Hearts of Estonia' compared to past season.

Paide's remain one of the most interesting kits earning the club the nickname of 'Paidelona' (picture from Paide Linnameeskond facebook page).


The 'V' kit in the provisional season 2015 picture (Tammeka website - CLICK TO ENLARGE)

Tammeka Tartu (Nike)
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The 'V' kit from Nike (picture on the right) will be abandoned for a new kit that is yet to be presented.

What is new at the 'Graduates' and we know it, itis the away jersey. Completely white and with black hoops on the sleeves. It was already worn in the debut against Nõmme Kalju last weekend (picture below).

The Tammeka logo is in black and white losing the blue as the rest of the jersey.

Former Levadia Heiko Tamm with his old-new jersey (Tammeka website)

Former Levadia Heiko Tamm with his old-new jersey (Tammeka website)


Narva Trans (Nike)
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Nothing new for the 'Automotives' either.

It actually seems that they are going back to the past with the Nike ‘V’ kit displayed in the 5-2 debut against Pärnu Linnameeskond carrying the sponsor 'Sportland' (in below picture on the left hand, as worn by new signing, Latvian Vitalis Zils). 

The 'FAMA' kit (pictured below on the right up hand - click to enlarge) might re-appear later on during the season.

Also the blue away kit shall be the same as the one worn by Fjodorov in an indoor preseason friendly below (all pictures from Narva Trans Facebook page).

However (picture above) a new kit has appeared some weeks ago on the net. The leak was confirmed in the away game to Levadia when Narva Trans wore the same jersey (below picture)

Narva's new away jersey as worn by Marek Kaljumäe in the game against his former club, FC Levadia (Jana Pipar / Narva Trans Facebook Page)

Narva's new away jersey as worn by Marek Kaljumäe in the game against his former club, FC Levadia (Jana Pipar / Narva Trans Facebook Page)


Pärnu Linnameeskond (Nike)
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New tier, new supplier (from Adidas to Nike) and new jerseys.

Pärnu abandons the yellow-black and embraces yellow-blue.

The jersey is exactly as the one worn by Rauno Tutk in his debut against Narva Trans: yellow strips on the sleeves and the hips and a big sky-blue stripe on the chest and in the back.

You can view it closer in the club's Instagram account. The big 'W' on top of the Nike swift logo recalls the shirt sponsor, 'Wendre'.

The 'Beachsiders' away jersey is designed in the same model but with with different colours: black replacing yellow and white replacing blue see picture above from the team presentation).

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Viljandi Tulevik (Joma)
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Together with FC Infonet and Sillamäe Kalev, they are the only club to break the Adidas-Nike duopoly in Estonia.

Contrary to Pärnu, the promotion to Premium Liiga did not push the 'Lakesiders' to change supplier. 

The new kit instead will be different from the one shown last season in Esiliiga (the one Sander Post holds at his presentation - click to enlarge). The presentation of the new jersey will happen on Friday at Viljandi Centrum shopping center (4:30pm).

The away kit (already shown against Flora - pictured by Janek Eslon on the right - click to enlarge) is entirely in sky-blue recalling the other colour of the club's crest (above).

(pictures from Viljandi website and FC Flora Facebook)