Adelaide United has unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2018/19 campaign.
The simple slim-fit design has a modernised twist, with navy mesh inserts featuring either side of the all-red torso. The team’s badge is embroidered on the left side of the chest and the A-League logo, in the Club’s unique colours, appears on the right.
Yellow and navy trimming outline the neck hole, while the piping shrike features on the back of the shirt along with the Club’s founding year, 2003.
Navy trimming is also visible around the bottom of the all-red shorts and the red socks have a vertical navy stripe down the calf with “AUFC” stitched in.
Meanwhile, the white away strip includes a distinctive red and navy horizontal panelling across the top of the chest. Additionally, red and navy outline the neck opening.
United’s goalkeepers will wear three different strips throughout the season. The first is a fluorescent green, accented with black trimming under the arms, along with subtle black piping either side of the torso and at the bottom of the V-neck.
The second is fluorescent yellow, again with black trimming, while the third strip is mainly black with incandescent green highlights in what is a unique and effective contrast. All three goalkeeper kits contain mesh inserts as well as the piping shrike.