Toronto FC unveiled the team’s new Away jersey for its 14th season at an exclusive Major League Soccer (MLS) and adidas launch event as part of Fashion Week in New York City.
The 2020 “Unity Kit” showcases the team’s diverse fanbase, while also incorporating a modern v-neck design bringing style and freshness to the kit.
The team’s primary crest is prominent at the heart of the jersey with a silver star above the crest representing the team’s 2017 MLS Cup Championship. The back of the jersey features the flag of Toronto highlighting its strong connection to the city the team calls home.
In a subtle nod to 28 surrounding cities and regions within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) where fans embark on BMO Field to cheer on the Reds, the jersey’s jock tag includes inscriptions of Ajax, Aurora, Brampton, Brock, Burlington, Caledon, Clarington, East Gwillimbury, Etobicoke, Georgina, Halton Hills, King, Markham, Milton, Mississauga, Newmarket, North York, Oakville, Oshawa, Pickering, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Scugog, Toronto, Uxbridge, Vaughan, Whitby and Whitchurch-Stouffville, which are visible under “ALL FOR ONE” – the football club’s motto. The jersey also features a new interlocking jacquard stripe design representing the cultural diversity of the GTA coming together in the spirit of uniting as “All For One.”
The jersey includes a sleeve patch featuring GE Appliances Canada, a first in club history, and sees the club return to wearing light grey for the first time since 2009. A global leader in kitchen and laundry appliances, GE Appliances became the club’s first and exclusive major appliance partner in May 2019, and is now the club’s first shirt sleeve partner. As part of the multi-year partnership, all Toronto FC home and away jerseys until the 2023 season will include a GE Appliances patch on the right sleeve. GE Appliances is also committed to supporting the Canadian soccer community through programs with Toronto FC Juniors and Toronto FC Academy.
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