FC Seoul have dropped two home kits for their 2016 season from the Korean arm of le coq sportif.
The defending Korean FA Cup champions maintain a black and red striped look for both shirts. The more modern of the two is FC Seoul K-League Classic home jersey featuring a black Mao collar and black side panels. It includes a FA Cup champions badge on its mid-chest along with a K-League patch on its left sleeve. Sponsor logos are also printed on the sleeves.
FC Seoul’s 2016 AFC Champions League uses a much more traditional football shirt design highlighted by a white polo collar and buttoned placket. In accordance with ACL rules, the only sponsor logo on the jersey is on the front of the kit. An AFC Champions League patch is sewn onto its left collar.
A le coq sportif-sponsored club since 2012, FC Seoul recently signed an extension with the French company that will see them wearing the brand until 2019.