We're counting down the days until the new Hyundai A-League season, which means clubs are beginning to unveil their new playing kits.
So far, we’ve seen the inaugural strip of competition newcomers Western United, while defending premiers Perth Glory have also released a brand a new jersey ahead of this Saturday's friendly with Premier League giants Manchester United.
There’s always plenty of buzz around the kits for every club and we’ll keep you updated with the playing strips for all 11 clubs as soon as they are released.
Sydney FC unveiled their new kits for the 2019/20 Hyundai A-League season on July 24.
The Sky Blues will be defending their Championship in kits designed by Under Armour, who are producing the club's off-field products for the next four seasons.
More to come.
Western Sydney Wanderers
Western Sydney Wanderers announced their new playing kit on July 19, one day before facing English Championship outfit Leeds United at the new Bankwest Stadium.
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Melbourne City unveiled their new kit on July 12, the first new designs of the club's partnership with sports apparel giant, PUMA.
City's home jersey features the club's iconic blue palette, a round neck collar and seamless shoulder construction.
The away jersey, meanwhile, contains a white and grey 'digital glitch' design, which is paired with black shorts and socks.
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The defending Premiers released their new strip on July 10, ahead of their blockbuster friendly against Premier League giants Manchester United.
Glory have really peeled things back with their design for the upcoming season, reverting to an almost entire purple jersey for their home strip with just a hint of orange around the collar.
Likewise, the alternate strip is now almost completely white with small hints of purple around the collar and sleeves.
"It's two distinct colours, one distinct style," according to the reigning Hyundai A-League Premiers.
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Western United unveiled their inaugural playing kits in June, with the home strip composed of vertical green and black stripes, accompanied by the club’s unique shield-less club logo.
United went for something completely different with their alternate strip which features a geometric design inspired by the green wedge from within the new club logo.
According to the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season debutants, the motif was derived from the west pointer in a 4-point compass rose to symbolise that: “no matter where the team plays, they will always pay respect to the fans and the values of the west."
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