With Western Sydney Wanderers’ official unveiling of their new home strip on Monday, all 10 clubs have now revealed their playing kits for the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 Season.
From some vibrant new takes on traditional styles to new stylish away jerseys, there’s been plenty of buzz around the kits for every club.
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The club’s traditional state colours of red, navy and yellow, lead the home strip, with "navy mesh inserts featuring either side of the all-red torso to guarantee player comfort and breathability," the club said at the unveiling.
Roar returned to a predominately orange and black kit for the upcoming season, while they also released an alternative grey kit to be used for both the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League.
Central Coast Mariners
The Mariners’ home kit is a fresh twist on the stripes of the club's previous design, featuring 14 striking lines that vary in size, representing not only the club’s 14th season in the Hyundai A-League but also the changing face of the Central Coast region.
City went with a familiar blue home shirt with a new white neckline, while they also included a black alternate jersey among a trio of new kits for the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 Season.
Victory’s playing strip features a new-look chevron top, which has been modernised with the latest Adidas global football graphic. The jersey also features a gold champions crest and a striking embossed pattern on the collegiate navy base.
The Jets’ home strip follows the lead of last season’s design with some subtle changes to the royal blue number that features gold and red trim on the sleeves and shorts.
While Glory's home kit is the same as the 2017/18 Season, the club has added a new third kit, which they wore in their high-profile pre-season friendly against Chelsea.
The Sky Blues’ jersey is reminiscent of the one worn during their double-winning campaign in 2016/17. The home kit's V-neck design features navy trimming and will be accompanied by traditional navy shorts.
Phoenix’s new Adidas strip has a few stylistic updates, with the logo now sitting within the black stripes and a Maori inscription - E Rere Te Keo - urging the team to strive to work even harder heading into this season.
Western Sydney Wanderers
The Wanderers have gone with their trademark Red and Black hoops with the sleeves and neck of the shirt solid black with a red panel appearing on the back of the sleeves. The home strip will see the team wear black shorts, with red socks.