These are the new Wellington Phoenix kits 2019/20, New Zealand based A-League outfit Phoenix’s new home and away strips for the upcoming season. Made by Paladin Sports, who have taken over as the club’s kit partners from Adidas, the new Phoenix A-League uniforms were officially unveiled on 25 September, 2019.
Both kits (yellow home and darker alternate), will have the Huawei logo on the front of the jersey. The club also unveiled two new goalkeeper shirts- one orange and the other blue, as can be seen in the pics below.
Phoenix finished 6th in the 2018/19 A-League season, but were eliminated in the quarterfinal playoff by Melbourne Victory. Continue reading
This is the new Adelaide United home jersey 2019/20, AUFC’s new primary strip for the 19/20 A-League season. Made by Macron, the new Adelaide United top was officially unveiled on 9 September, 2019.
The club released two versions of the shirt- one with Comwire IT as its front of the jersey sponsor to be worn in the FFA Cup, and the other without a main sponsor (to be announced soon) for the A-League season. IGA withdrew as principal sponsor after a three year association with the South Australian outfit. Continue reading
These are the new Sydney FC kits 2017/18, Sydney FC’s new home, away and third/alternate strips for the upcoming A-League season. Made by Puma, the new uniforms were officially unveiled on 12 July, 2017, the same day that the German sportswear giant unveiled Arsenal’s black and pink third kit.
Sydney will be facing Arsenal in a friendly tomorrow at the ANZ Stadium and somewhat interestingly, their new kits appear to use the SAME design as the Gunners’ 2016/17 shirt. Continue reading
This is the new Melbourne victory home kit 2016/17, MVFC’s new principal uniform for the upcoming A-League season. Made by Adidas, the new MVFC home jersey was officially unveiled on 15 September, 2016 by the club.
The shirt features a chevron with five different colours- from the club’s traditional navy to white Continue reading
Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners have unveiled a special limited edition “Surf Life saving” jersey that they will wear in their F3 derby against Newcastle Jets on 28 February, 2016.
Made by Italian firm Kappa, the kit is a tribute to Surf Life Saving Central Coast, and 10% from the sale of every shirt will be donated to them. CCM currently have former Liverpool and Barcelona forward Luis Garcia in their ranks.
The Mariners’ opponents for this weekend’s clash, the Jets, had also revealed a special “Airforce” jersey for their clash against the Roar. Continue reading