The second primary jersey in Los Angeles Football Club is here.
The club revealed their new primary jersey ahead of the 2020 season on Wednesday, along with most of the rest of MLS, in an event at New York Fashion Week.
Once again, LAFC will sport an all-black primary jersey, with the biggest change being all of the script on the kit being gold, including the YouTube TV sponsor logo on the front of the jersey, one of the biggest complaints many had from the first primary kit.
Among the other changes, LAFC’s jersey will not have three gold stripes, instead featuring three giant black stripes over the right shoulder, a leaguewide design trend that is intended to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of MLS.
In addition, the collar is a retro-style v-neck that stands up on the neck. And instead of the sublimated art deco design on the front of the jersey from the first primary jersey, this new jersey includes a black vertical stripes pattern with the contrast showing up pretty well in the photos. And with it being the first year in the current era teams can have sleeve sponsors, LAFC are sporting the logo of retailer Target, also in gold.
Another change is the font for the nameplate and numbers, another leaguewide change for 2020.
What do you make of the new look? Are you a fan or going to see how it looks on the field? Are you buying one? Leave a comment below!