These are the new Perth Glory shirts 2015/16, Western Australian A-League outfit Perth Glory’s new home and away tops for the upcoming A-League season. The strips have been made by Macron and celebrate 20 years of the club’s formation, with the year 1996 featuring on the lower back of the jersey.
Glory have also announced the extension of their sponsorship deal with QBE, which is currently the longest running in Australian professional sport. They have also roped in a new back of the shirt sponsor in National Storage. Continue reading
These are the new WSW shirts 2015/16, West Sydney Wanderers’ new home and away strips for the upcoming A-League season. The uniforms have been made by Nike, who inked a five year deal with the club at its inception back in 2012. Wanderers won the 2014 Asian Champions League by beating Al Hilal, becoming the first Australian team to win the title, and the new strip features a golden star to commemorate that achievement Continue reading
These are the new Newcastle Jets jerseys 15/16, Newcastle’s new home, away and third kits for the upcoming Hyundai A-League season. Made by BLK, the new Jets kits were officially unveiled on 10 September, 2015.
The Jets also have a new major sponsor for the away kit in the form of Inspirations Paint. The company, founded in Newcastle back in 1979, will appear on the front of the away jersey and on the back of the home jersey Continue reading
These are the new Wellington Phoenix kits 15/16, New Zealand outfit Wellington Phoenix’s new home and away tops for the A-League season. Made by Adidas, the new Phoenix FC shirts were officially unveiled in the first week of September, 2015.
Phoenix, the only non-Australian club in the A-League, finished 4th last season, but lost their elimination clash at home to Melbourne City. Continue reading
These are the new Adelaide United kits 15/16, Adelaide’s new home and away strips for the upcoming A-League season. Made by Kappa, the new Adelaide United FC jerseys were officially unveiled on August 31, 2015 by the club.
The home shirt remains in the club’s traditional red colours, but also features yellow and blue detailing to incorporate South Australia’s state colours. The primary change kit will be black with red trim on the collar and the sleeves. There is also a third “clash” kit, a cobalt blue number- the first time in the history of the club that its outfield players will be seen wearing blue. Continue reading
These are the new Melbourne Victory kits 15/16, MVFC’s new home and away jerseys for the 2015/2016 A-League season. Made by Adidas, the new Victory shirts were officially unveiled on 24 August, 2015 by the club. Victory are the reigning A-League champions, having won the minor Premiership as well as the Grand Final in the recently concluded 2014/15 football season.
The home kit, in MVFC’s traditional colours, features a new look chevron, while the away strip, a mix of “night navy”, “vista blue” and “mint green”, features a graphic inspired by Melbourne’s iconic AAMI Park and an off-centre chevron under the club badge. Continue reading
These are the new Brisbane Roar jerseys 15/16, Roar’s new home away and FFA Cup strips for the upcoming 15/16 season. Made by Umbro, the new Roar shirts were officially unveiled on 11 August, 2015.
The club have a new sponsor in the form of Steadfast, with the insurance broking firm taking over from the Coffee Club.
Brisbane’s new 15/16 home kit features an orange jersey with black trim, paired with black shorts (with orange trim) and orange socks. Away shirt is white with thin black pinstripes. The club have also unveiled a new third/ FFA Cup “gun-metal” grey strip. Continue reading