Orange County SC revealed their full kits for the 2018 season on Monday, dropping two looks that maintain continuity with the uniforms from the 2017 season.
2018 player kits for YOUR @orangecountysc are HERE Only 17 regular season home games in '18 at ALL-NEW Championship Soccer Stadium @ocgreatpark ️ Get your ️ Make HISTORY with the first 2 regular season home openers EVER! #USL #MyOCSC ⚽️ https://t.co/uIAwJg4ISk pic.twitter.com/nHnzQoPaWr— Orange County Soccer Club (@orangecountysc) February 12, 2018
Once again, Adidas is the sponsor for the kits, and Hoag returns as jersey sponsor.
The primary kit, black with orange stripes down the sides of the torso on the jersey, remains pretty much identical to the 2017 kit.
The big difference on the primary kit is with the socks, which were simple black with white Adidas logos on them in the middle last year, and this year will have orange stripes around the top and orange in the middle, and will read “OCSC” on the back and have the Adidas logo on the front
The secondary kit largely also remains the same, but has a pretty significant change for 2018. In addition to the new socks, which will be exactly like the primary kit but with white as the main color instead of black, the jersey and shorts will feature orange stripes down the torso and outside of the leg instead of the white on white look from last year. This “pop” of color will add more detail to the kit and will make it more recognizably “Orange County” around the league.
Orange County SC will open the 2018 USL regular season and wear these kits in a competitive game for the first time on March 17 at home at Orange County Great Park against Phoenix Rising FC.
Thanks to Orange County SC for sharing images of the kits for this story.
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