Adelaide United unveiled the official 09/10 kits made by Reebok at Montefiore Hill.

Adelaide captain Travis Dodd sported a smarter updated version of the Reds home strip while the nation's under 20 footballer of the year Daniel Mullen was content in the new "All Blacks" alternate strip.

A club major sponsor was the notable absentee on United's new jersey campaign after the Football Federation Australia was handed "Big Brother" club rights after building tycoon Nick Bianco opted out of the franchise in May.

Dodd said he preferred the traditional Reds kit as opposed to Mullen who favoured "nightclub" black.

"It's nice it's something a bit different, to be honest Id rather it (black) than the Reds strip," Mullen said.

But Mullen reconsidered the favouritism when quizzed on whether black was the right option during the A-League's height of summer campaign.

Adelaide's squad will test the resolve of the new Reds strip next Friday night during the friendly clash against Perth Glory at Hindmarsh Stadium.



Comments (7)

  1. Agustin

may be chage dark blue to white....8

  1. Paul - curswine

I don't think so, it would look odd to see City with that much white (except white sleeves) and the dark blue breaks it up perfectly.

  1. fsc

away is nice!

  1. Jack Kingo

This is better then some of the a-league kits

  1. fsc

I\'m not having that. That\'s a shocker. I wish the drongos at Reebok would get their act together. :angry:

  1. fsc

Simple effective and quite stylish I bet Bolton fans are gutted as this would have looked great in all white with navy and red trim

  1. martyn 92

why do a-league teams get nice reebok kits yet the place wer reebok woz founded (bolton) get the crap kits :s

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