New kit for Western Sydney Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers FC

The A-League's premiership holders unveiled their new home kit today.

Western Sydney Wanderers have released their 2013/14 A-League home kit today, via Twitter. The new version, again manufactured by Nike, features the same general design as the popular, inaugural 2012/13 edition worn during the club's premiership winning season.

The biggest difference on the front of the new shirt is the change in template for last season. Whereas the original shirt had a rounded seam across the chest, the new version has seams just at the sleeves. The difference, while slight, is apparent upon closer inspection. Additionally, the Wanderers have dropped the black side panels that were difficult to see in some instances but quite obvious when viewed from behind. Those side panels combined with the rear name/number box to form what looked like a backpack on the home kit and a big, empty space on the change kit.

Kits were released in stores last night and those who have already purchased new shirts have posted images of the back of the shirt, which no longer features a name/number box at all.


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