Chicago Fire FC unveiled the Club’s 2020 Away jersey along with announcing a first-of-its-kind patch series that will run throughout the 2020 season.

The Club tapped Chicagoland rock band Plain White T’s to launch the Club’s secondary kit, which features a white jersey, white shorts and white socks.

The all-white secondary jersey showcases the classic three-stripe pattern that continues onto white shorts, leading to socks of the same color. Above the team crest is a silver star, representing the Fire’s MLS Cup championship in 1998, while both sleeves are marked by commemorative MLS 25th season crests. Prominently displayed in navy lettering across the front is jersey partner Motorola, which is featured on the Fire’s home and away jerseys for a second-consecutive year.

The Club’s ‘Stand for Chicago’ patch series will feature 12 different patches over the course of the season, each showcasing iconography or phrases that are unique to Chicago. All patches will be highlighted on the first teams’ jerseys throughout the season – on both the Homecoming kit and secondary kit – in the jock tag location.

View the: Chicago Fire 2020-21 Adidas Home Kit

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  1. Brad S.

The franchise is dead in Chicago.

 
  1. DJ

What has been shown of the patch series is not bad at all. The badge is, of course, an abomination.

 
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