Orlando City Soccer Club unveils new MLS jersey


Courtesy Orlando City SC

The new jersey will be available to the public this December.

The Orlando City Soccer Club checked off another milestone today towards their march to the MLS, as they unveiled their new jerseys for the upcoming season.

“Today is another step in our journey towards Major League Soccer,” said team owner and president Phil Rawlins. “Another checkmark, the unveiling of our new soccer jersey for the upcoming 2015 season.”

The unveiling took place downtown at Orlando Health, the official medical team and jersey sponsor of Orlando City. Orlando Health has been the Club’s jersey sponsor since the team’s arrival to Orlando.

In 2013, Orlando Health extended their partnership with Orlando City, becoming the first jersey partner in MLS history to commit to an expansion club prior to admittance into the league.

The jersey has several unique features such as the original Orlando City logo on the inside of the chest, as well as being the first to carry the new MLS logo.

“We worked very closely with Adidas during the design process of our first-ever MLS home kit, as we want the jersey to have a simple and classic look that accurately represents our brand and prominently displays our long-time partners Orlando Health,” said Rawlins. “We are very proud of the end result, and we can’t wait to see our team take the field next year.”

The inaugural Orlando City MLS home kit, both long sleeve and short sleeve, will be available for purchase starting in early December. However, pre-sale for both models is currently available to fans online at www.OrlandoCitySC.com