Swansea City have unveiled their new home kit for the upcoming 2012/13 season, which is also their centenary season as the club celebrates 100 years since being formed in 1912. The new kit is manufactures by leading German sports brand adidas.
The new look sees the club stick with the traditional white home strip, but the new centenary badge, sponsor logo and adidas stripes have all turned gold. It makes for an exciting new look for Swans fans as they move towards another season in the biggest and best league in world football.
Vice-chairman Leigh Dineen said:
“I’m sure all Swans fans will like the new look. It is obviously a massive year for the club as we are celebrating our centenary year. The influx of gold added to the traditional home colour makes for a perfect combination as we embark on another adventure in the Premier League. To look around the city and see all the supporters proudly wearing the Swans colours really shows how much this club means to them. As the players, coaching staff and supporters know – we have the most passionate fans in the Premier League. So to see the Liberty packed out every week – as it was last season – and decked out in white and gold for the new campaign will undoubtedly add to the fortress feeling we have at the stadium.”
The successful unveiling of Swansea’s new red, white and green away kit – which embraces the club and country culture – has already proved hugely popular with fans as they look forward to proudly wearing the colours at every away ground. Now the Jack Army can really help them reclaim the streets by ensuring the whole city turns white and gold for the new Premier League campaign.