Wellington Phoenix has revealed a new design for their home and away jerseys for the 2015/16 Hyundai A-League season.
While incorporating the classic and iconic adidas three-stripe look on the sleeves, the Wellington Phoenix home jersey has included the latest performance technologies to produce a lightweight and innovative kit that allows the players to achieve maximum results on the field.
The most notable difference for the 2015/2016 season is the away jersey, featuring a new base colour; moving to black, away from the previous white. The new black look reinforces the Phoenix’s strong presence and bold ambitions as a club.
Another distinct feature of the new away jersey is the bright yellow spotlight, which highlights the club badge. This showcases the team and its members, ensuring they are always shining bright during away matches.
The global design team at adidas worked alongside players and management from the Wellington Phoenix to ensure the kit would enhance player performance, push boundaries
and honour tradition.
adidas’ ongoing technological developments have also been incorporated in the jerseys, with in-built ventilated climacool features helping to keep players cool and dry; allowing them to
perform at their peak in every game.
adidas has a longstanding history in football dating back to 1954 when adidas’ founder, Adi Dassler, invented the world’s first screw-in stud boot that was used by the German team in
the 1954 FIFA World Cup. Since then adidas has enjoyed an ongoing partnership with FIFA and leading global football brands around the globe including Manchester United, Bayern
Munich, Chelsea and Real Madrid.
The new Wellington Phoenix strip and supporter gear is available now from adidas Sports Performance stores and leading sports retailers.
Official Phoenix store: http://www.phoenixshop.co.nz/
adidas is a global designer, developer and marketer of athletic footwear, apparel and accessories with the mission to be the leading sports brand in the world. Brand adidas is
part of the adidas Group, a corporation that includes brands such as Reebok and TaylorMade.