New AC Ajaccio 14-15 Kits + New Logo Released

New AC Ajaccio 14-15 Home, Away and Third Kits released - Together with the new Macron 2014-2015 Kits, the club relegated from the Ligue 1 club also unveiled the new club logo.

Yesterday morning, the president Alain Orsoni unveiled the new AC Ajaccio logo as well as the AC Ajaccio 14-15 Kits, which are again made by the Italian kit supplier Macron and feature the traditional kit design.

AC Ajaccio 14-15 Home, Away and Third Kits

These are the new Macron AC Ajaccio 14-15 Kits.



The new AC Ajaccio 14-15 Home Kit features the iconic red / white striped kit design with five red vertical stripes on the front of the kit. The stripes are aborted on the upper part of the kit, creating a large white space for the new club badge and the Macron logo, while a new main shirt sponsor will be announced soon.

Created by Macron, the kit features a white / red kit collar and red applications on the shoulders.



The Macron ACA 14-15 Away Kit is mainly white with red applications. It is based on the same template as the home kit and features the same kit collar.

To honor the purple kit worn in 1969, the new AC Ajaccio 14-15 Third Jersey is mainly purple. In 1969, the French club had worn an iconic purple kit in 1969, to celebrate the bicentenary of Napoleon Bonaparte.

New AC Ajaccio 2014 Club Logo

The old (right) and the new (left) AC Ajaccio logo.



AC Ajaccio also released a new club crest, which is used with and without special effects.

AC Ajaccio President Alain Orsoni explained the logo changes:

AC Ajaccio is changing in many areas to be worthy of its status as a true professional club. Therefore, we decided to modernize our logo with inspiration taken from the history of the club, founded in 1910!

We return to the original shape of the logo of the 1970s. The legendary Bear was revamped, displaying aggression while also being more fashionable. Of course, we kept the Moor's head as the Corsican flag is the heart of our identity and our vocation.

The Coat of Arms of the City of Ajaccio were replaced by the imperial crown, which represents the city through the evocation of Napoleon. Finally, the club's colors traditional white and red striped design, which is used for the official kits, are the background of the logo.



The new AC Ajaccio 14-15 Kits are available from July 2014.
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