Sounders FC will unveil new primary and secondary jerseys on Feb. 27 at a private event at the Cinerama in downtown Seattle. It will be part of an MLS “Jersey Week” roll out in which a dozen teams will reveal new jerseys.
Here’s a news release from the league:
Major League Soccer today announced its newest annual platform, “Jersey Week.” This concept, which will be implemented in MLS markets across the United States and Canada, celebrates the art, detail and nuance behind every club’s jersey and the passion that supporters have for their club.
Jersey Week will take place February 25-28, 2013, with a national launch event Read more »
Soudners FC will wear its new “Super Cyan” alternate kids at CenturyLink Field for the first time in Wednesday’s CONCACAF Champions League match.
Here’s a note from the club:
Wednesday night’s match with Santos Laguna will mark the first appearance of Sounders FC in their bright blue third kit known as Super Cyan. For the last two seasons the Electricity third kit has been donned for Open Cup and international matches, and for MLS play on occasion. Some of the biggest moments in club history have occurred in the third strip, including Read more »
The Seattle Sounders FC revealed the new third kit for the 2012 season featuring a color spectrum in the blue/green family named “super cyan” and trimmed in electricity. The signature rave green jersey will continue to serve as the Sounders FC primary kit.
“Super cyan is an evolution of the Sounders FC distinct color palette,” said Sounders FC owner Joe Roth. “The super cyan kit with the electricity trim definitely sets the Sounders apart. As always, we’re proud to feature Xbox on this and all of our Sounders FC kits.”
Super cyan will be worn for Champions League, U.S. Open Cup and friendly matches in order to differentiate between these competitions and MLS league matches. The shale kit will Read more »
Sounders FC will wear its “electricity” yellow kit for what is expected to the final time Tuesday, when the club concludes CONCACAF Champions League group play with a visit from Monterrey.
But for those who say “good riddance” to the eye-searingly bright uniforms comes a word of warning that the club already has settled on a new alternate kit for next season. And while they’re not ready to be unveiled, general manager Adrian Hanauer implied they could be every bit as controversial as the ones they’re replacing.
“What I can say is that just like the electricity, it will be divisive,” Hanauer said. “Some people will love it. Some people will hate it. It is not going to be gray. Other than that, people have to wait until it leaks.”
The Sounders haven’t decided when they will unveil the new uniforms.
However, they will become the fifth distinctly different jersey the club has worn since it first took Read more »