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New Central Coast Mariners Jersey 2021 22 Paladin Sports

New Central Coast Mariners Jersey 2021-22 Paladin Sports | Mate CC Mariners Shirt Sponsor Home Away Third

We had revealed a few days ago that the Central Coast Mariners had inked a new kit deal with Paladin Sports, and today (September 16, 2021), the A-League outfit have officially unveiled their new home, away and third jerseys for the 21/22 season.

The Mariners were outfitted by Umbro for the recently concluded 20/21 A-League campaign.

Three shirts- yellow, blue and white, were revealed by the club, but the full look of the kit (with shirts and socks) is still awaited.

The club also have a new major front of the shirt sponsor in the form of MATE, an Australian internet, mobile and broadband service provider. Continue reading

Closeup of Wellington Phoenix Shirt 2021

New Wellington Phoenix Jersey 2021 | Phoenix Paladin A-League Home Kit 2020/21

This is the new Wellington Phoenix home jersey 2021, Wellington’s new home strip for the upcoming 20-21 A-League season. Made by Paladin Sport, the new Phoenix soccer top was officially unveiled earlier this month and will officially debut early next month when they face Sydney FC in Wollongong.

The predominantly yellow kit features the topographical map detail of Wellington’s Mount Victoria in a design on the front, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

Wellington Phoenix Paladin Sport Jersey 2019

New Wellington Phoenix Paladin Sports Jersey 2019-2020 | Phoenix A-League Home & Away Kits 19-20

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