A-League clubs release new kits ahead of 2021/22 campaign

EXCITEMENT continues to build ahead of a new A-League campaign, as all 12 clubs release their playing kits for the 2021/22 season.

Some clubs opted for a fresh new look, whilst other paid homage to the past. Hoops, stripes, gradients, bold colours and intricate designs will be put on show as the next A-League season kicks off in style.

Read on to see each club's new kits ahead of the A-League 2021/22 campaign.

Adelaide United

Adelaide United took to the city streets to reveal the club's home kit in style, with a video paying homage to the local businesses of Hindmarsh, home to Coopers Stadium.

The all-red UCAN kit is complimented by a navy blue/dusk blue away kit, featuring a gradient pattern which represents the vineyards of the iconic South Australian wine region.

Brisbane Roar

Brisbane Roar were the first A-League club to release their kits for the 2021/22 season, revealing their look for the new campaign on July 30.

Brisbane partnered with New Balance to develop three kits, with orange, white and black featuring as the predominant colour on the home, away and third kit respectively. 

READ: Inside details on the new Brisbane Roar kits

Central Coast Mariners 

Central Coast Mariners have released the first kits of their new partnership with Paladin Sports, preparing to take three kits into the 2021/22 A-League season.

Two kits - one yellow and one white - will feature a thick blue hoop just below the chest, accompanied by an entirely blue kit which completes the set for 2021/22.

Macarthur FC

Heading into the club's second A-League campaign, Macarthur FC have opted for vertical black stripes with ochre details on a white home kit for 2021/22.

The club's ochre away kit, meanwhile, pays homage to the region's rich indigenous past and its local Dharawal Aboriginal people.

READ: Bulls pay homage to local region with striking new kit

Melbourne City FC

The Champions return in 2021/22 with a home kit featuring the City blue palette and white sleeves, and an all-green away kit, revealed on Tuesday, September 21.

But for fans eager to see their City side adorned in red and white, the club has teased a future announcement set to delight the City faithful on September 28.

Melbourne Victory

Switching from Adidas to Macron as kit manufacturers for the 2021/22 A-League campaign, Melbourne Victory's navy blue and white home and away kits feature the club's 'Big V' across the chest and fluorescent accents on the sleeve.

Newcastle Jets

"Bonded by gold" is the message in 2021/22 as Newcastle Jets bring back a much-loved home kit for the upcoming season. 

The Jets came into the league adorned in gold but reverted to red and blue for the 2011/12 A-League season. Gold has never left the Jets' colour scheme, whether it be on away kits, on sleeves, trim details and kit numbers. But for the next A-League campaign the gold returns for good, as the primary home kit colour once more.

Jets Kits 2021/22

Perth Glory

As the club prepares to celebrate its 25th anniversary in the 2021/22 A-League campaign, Perth Glory have released two kits which give fans a taste of both the past and future.

The home kit, predominantly purple, features orange trimmings with "1996" - the club's foundation year - embossed on diagonal stripes on the front.

Traditionally white, the away kit takes on a different look with the club opting for a bright new colour scheme for 2021/22. Both kits will feature Perth's retro-inspired badge which pays tribute to the club's rich history.

Sydney FC

Sydney FC have released three kits ahead of season 2021/22. The all-Sky Blue home kit favours simplicity, and is complimented by an away kit which gradients from blue to white.

Completing the set is an alternate kit named 'Violet Night', with black fading to midnight plum which the club says is symbolic of a Sydney thunderstorm.

Wellington Phoenix

Partnering with Paladin Sports for a third consecutive season, Wellington Phoenix have returned to tradition with the club's iconic black stripes returning to the home kit for the upcoming season.

After the popularity of last season's away kit, Wellington have retained the aqua and blue combination for another campaign. 

Western Sydney Wanderers

The Wanderers will celebrate 'Season X' in style, wheeling out a classic badge and kit combination for the club's tenth A-League campaign.

10 hoops for 10 seasons - that was the mantra for the Wanderers as they released a clean home kit adorned in the iconic red and black, with a gold Kappa crest on both sleeves and the chest.  

Western United FC

Combining with Italian manufacturers Kappa for another season, Western United have released two kits adding a modern touch to a traditional look.

The home jersey once again features black and green vertical stripes, which rise from a black gradient. The away kit's predominantly white design features centred black and green graffiti-like stripes, which the club says references Western United's 'traditional stripes in a modern, youthful interpretation'.