Current Hyundai A-League table toppers Perth Glory Football Club have released a three kit collection from Macron Australia for what is their 20th Anniversary season. The Glory have also launched a home uniform for their women’s team that uses a different design from their men’s primary shirt.
The Perth Glory 2016/17 Macron home kit is largely unchanged from last year’s first choice jersey. In the customary home purple of the Western Australian side, it is detailed with white at its collar and sleeve cuffs. The collar has been updated for the 16/17 season. It now has more of a traditional football shirt v-shape instead of last years tapered look.
The Glory’s 2016/17 yellow away jersey features an innovate design that includes a teardrop shaped collar with an insert that creates the look of an undershirt. Its lower front has a series of black vertical stripes made up of dots that increase in size towards the hem. They match with the black accenting used throughout the kit.
Perth Glory are also wearing a special edition Heritage kit for what they hope will be their first ever A-League winning season. It is a modern interpretation of the Glory’s Umbro home shirt worn during their inaugural season of 1996/97. Like the club’s first ever home jersey it has an orange polo collar, two large stripes on its front and a partial sun on its lower left.
Australian women’s national team standout Samantha Kerr modeled the Perth Glory 2016/17 women’s home kit during the club’s uniform unveiling. It is an all purple affair with a pink y-neck collar and pink side panels.
All of the Perth Glory 2016/17 Macron kits feature a commemorative 20th Anniversary badge and “1996” printed on their outside upper backs.
Photo Credits: Perth Glory Football Club