Athletic Bilbao PES Kits 2018/19

Athletic Bilbao PES Kits 2018/19
Athletic Bilbao PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

kits:
goalkeeper (league-CL)
home (league-CL)
away (league-CL)
third (league-CL)

about the team:
PES name: PV WHITE RED (PWR)
PES ID: 258
Founded: 1898
Website: www.celtavigo.net
Address: Alameda de Mazarredo 23, 48009, Bilbao
Country: Spain
Phone: +34 (94) 424 0877
Stadium: San Mamés Barria (Bilbao)
Capacity: 53289

Club Colors History:
Athletic began playing in an improvised white kit, but in the 1902–03 season, the club's first official strip became half-blue, half-white shirts similar to those worn by Blackburn Rovers, which were donated by Juan Moser. Later, a young student from Bilbao named Juan Elorduy, who was spending Christmas 1909 in London, was charged by the club to buy 25 new shirts, but was unable to find enough. Waiting for the ship back to Bilbao and empty handed, Elorduy realised that the colors of the local team Southampton matched the colours of the City of Bilbao, and bought 50 shirts to take with him. Upon arriving in Bilbao, the club's directors decided almost immediately to change the team's strip to the new colours, and since 1910, Athletic Club have played in red and white stripes. Of the 50 shirts bought by Elorduy, half were then sent to Atlético Madrid, where Elorduy was a committee member and a former player; it had originally begun as a youth branch of Athletic Bilbao. Before the switch from blue and white to red and white, only one other team wore red and white, Sporting de Gijón, since 1905.

Athletic were one of the last major clubs who did not have the logo of an official sponsor emblazoned on their kit. In the UEFA Cup and the Copa del Rey of 2004–05, the shirt sported the word "Euskadi" in green in exchange for hundreds of thousands of euros from the Basque Government (Red, white and green are the Basque colors). This policy was changed in 2008, when Athletic made a deal with the Biscay-based Petronor oil company to wear their logo in exchange for over €2 million. In 2011, Athletic revealed a new away kit that was inspired by the Basque flag. The Kutxabank logo now adorns the front of Athletic's kits.

Between 2001 and 2009 Athletic also manufactured their own playing kit, under the brand 100% Athletic and utilizing the small design from their centenary celebrations as a manufacturer's logo.


Trophies:
La Liga: 8 Titles
Supercopa de España: 2 Titles
Copa del Rey: 21 Titles




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