The Minnesota United 2017 home jersey is mainly gray with a sky blue sash and adidas side stripes. The gray is inspired by the state’s Iron Range while the light blue represents the Mississippi River that runs through the state.
The shirt is the first 2017 MLS kit to not use a new adidas design. It uses the well-circulated v-neck Condivo 16 template that dropped with MLS’ 2016 jersey launches.
Minnesota United FC’s 2017 secondary jersey is mainly white with gray on its shoulders and at its waistline. adidas’ three stripes are stitched onto the shirts shoulders. They are in the sky blue accenting used on the home kit.
Featuring a diverse roster that includes internationals Josh Gatt, Miguel Ibarra (USA), Kevin Molino (Trinidad and Tobago) and Jermaine Taylor (Jamaica), Minnesota United begin their MLS run at the Portland Timbers on March 3rd, 2017.
Photo Credits: Minnesota United FC