Newcastle Jets Air Force Kit Revealed

Australian A-League club Newcastle Jets have released a special Air Force kit after they announced that they will recognize their round eight clash with Brisbane Roar as the club's inaugural RAAF Base Williamtown round.

RAAF Base Williamtown has over 2,000 families living in the Newcastle and Hunter Valley community and is Australia's main fighter pilot training base. Newcastle Jets' logo has featured three F/A-18 Hornets since Hyundai A-League's inception.

Newcastle Jets 2016 Air Force Kit

This is the unique Newcastle Jets Air Force Jersey.

Made to stand out on the pitch, the striking Newcastle Jets Air Force Kit boasts a unique all-over graphic print on the front showing four F/A-18 Hornets. The print is continued on the back of the jersey.

Apart from the bold design on the front, Newcastle Jets' Air Force kit features black and blue applications. The sleeves come with an Air Force logo, whereas the front has a sponsorless look to offer a clear view at the one-of-a-kind design.

Newcastle Jets Interim Chief Executive Officer Mr David Eland said that the club is now in a position to confirm some of the components that make up the RAAF Base Williamtown round.

"Today the club can confirm that up to 3,000 complimentary tickets are being offered to RAAF Base Williamtown's military personnel and civilian employees for the match against Brisbane," Mr Eland said. "This will enable hundreds of families associated with the Air Force who are living in our community to get a taste of the Hyundai A-League and support the Jets."

"Certainly a key component of our RAAF Base Williamtown round will be the truly unique kit that the team will wear for the game. The jerseys feature F/A-18 Hornets on the front as well as Air Force insignia on the sleeve, plus Newcastle Jets and Hyundai A-League branding," Eland explained.

Grey shorts and navy socks complete the new Newcastle Jets Air Force Kit, which is available from today.

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