Same As Last Season's Arsenal Kit + New Logo... Sydney FC 17-18 Home, Away & Third Kits Released

Hyundai A-League Champions Sydney FC today unveiled the club's new Puma Home, Away and Alternate Kits for the 2017-18 season. The kit has received a total revamp following the club's third Championship last season with a new silhouette, branding and logo.


For the first time since 2011, the Sydney FC will start pre-season without a main sponsor as the club will not renew their longstanding deal with Webjet. The club is seeking a bigger deal as the A-League will be televised by a major free-to-air network for the first time in its history.



Sydney FC 17-18 Home Kit

Sydney FC 2017-18 home shirt.


The new Sydney FC 17-18 home jersey combines the club's signature Sky Blue with dark blue shoulders and a lighter blue sublimation stripe down the centre. Interestingly, it is based on the same design as last season's Arsenal home kit.


Sydney FC's official new club crest is woven and adorns the front of the shirt along with the Hyundai A-League's new logo, designed to suit Sydney FC's club colors. The silver star above the team's badge now features the number three, representing the club's 3rd Championship last season.

Sydney FC has retained its "Sydney is Sky Blue" motto, with its design of the Sydney Opera House on the back of the shirt, below the neckline.

Sydney FC 2017-18 Away Jersey

This is the new Puma Sydney FC 17-18 away kit.


Sydney FC's new 17-18 away kit features the same basic design as the home kit in white and sky blue.

Puma Sydney FC 2017-2018 Alternate Kit

This is the new Puma Sydney FC 17-18 third strip.


The club's third strip, which is part of Puma's Step Out collection that includes jerseys for 23 teams, is navy blue and light blue. It has been released alongside Arsenal FC's 17-18 third kit as the club will face the Gunners in a friendly on Thursday night.



Sydney FC Captain Alex Brosque said: "I love the design and colour scheme of the new shirt, which aligns perfectly with our new logo. It looks fantastic, feels great to wear, and the cut is more comfortable than ever. With the number three in the star above our crest, we will step onto the field wearing the jersey with enormous pride to be part of such a great Australian football club."

The club will release a limited edition retail run of the kit including the Hyundai A-League Champions Badge closer to the beginning of the season.

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