Away from home the Jets will pay homage to the Championship-winning 2007/08 playing strip, with a white and gold combination that brings back memories of Griffiths, Thompson and Musialik.

The alternate kit is where the Jets have made the most significant change, with a sleek black strip that will also make a few appearances on the road next season.

“I think the combination of our three playing kits this year is first class,” McKinna added.

“I’m a massive fan of each and I’d like to congratulate VIVA on what they’ve been able to provide us for the upcoming season.


“The alternate kit is a new direction for the club and I think the black is going to prove popular with our fans.”

Beyond sporting major sponsors Inspirations Paint, Veolia and McDonalds on the 2018/19 kit, the club also features the University of Newcastle on all of it’s playing shorts.

“The University have partnered with our youth team in recent times and we’ve agreed to further extend that partnership to incorporate both the (Hyundai) A-League and (Westfield) W-League,” McKinna said.

“To have an organisation like the University get behind the club is huge, it really illustrates how far we’ve come in the last two years.”