24 Adidas MLS Kick Childhood Cancer Pre-Match Jerseys Released

Adidas and MLS have launched special pre-match jerseys for all 24 MLS teams to support the fight against childhood cancer.




The Adidas MLS pregame shirts are part of the sixth edition of Kick Childhood Cancer, an MLS WORKS initiative, that will begin Aug. 31 as part of childhood cancer awareness month. The campaign is set to benefit the Children’s Oncology Group (COG).


All 24 clubs will partake in the monthlong campaign, which will also include a gold adidas Nativo Questra 2019 Official Match Ball during all matches, as well as gold corner flags and goal nets. Further, Kick Childhood Cancer gold captain’s armbands and gold-ribbon jersey patches will be worn by the players. Coaches and technical staff members will don Kick Childhood Cancer pins and New Era caps on the sideline.



Adidas MLS Kick Childhood Cancer Pre-Match Jerseys



The Adidas MLS Childhood Cancer pre-match shirts boast a remarkable design in orange-gold and black with an all-over DNA-inspired graphic pattern. It is a fresh look that is sure to stand out on the pitch.


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Just as previous MLS special pre-match jerseys, the 24 Adidas MLS Kick Childhood Cancer Pre-Match Jerseys are the same for all teams except the team crest and sponsor logo.



A limited-edition release, the Adidas MLS Kick Childhood Cancer Pre-Match Jerseys retail at 60 USD. The proceeds of this special top will be used to benefit childhood cancer research.

Fans can win these specialty training tops, too, by entering MLS WORKS’ sweepstakes on Instagram. To enter, comment #KickChildhoodCancer and #Sweepstakes, follow @MLSWORKS and tag two or more friends. Autographed and game-used memorabilia will be auctioned off online from Sept. 23 to Oct. 7 and as part of MLS WORKS’ holiday auction from Nov. 25 to Dec. 9.



What do you think of the special Adidas MLS pre game jerseys to help the fight against Childhood Cancer? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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