Perth Glory has today revealed their home and away jerseys for the upcoming 2019/20 A-League season with a basic yet clean design.
While the design may be lacking any distinctive talking points, the reigning A-League premiers will be hoping their play on the pitch will do the talking.
Macron is once again the official apparel partner of the Glory with their deal set to run until the end of the 2020/21 season.
Their home kit is much of the same from previous iterations, with predominantly purple colouring, with a hint of orange on the v-neck collar.
Meanwhile, the away kit seems to be a carbon copy of their home kit with a few colour changes thrown in.
The white away kit will instead feature purple colouring on the v-neck, while two curved bars over the edge of the shoulders are the only distinct difference to the home kit.
Perth based home and land developer, Niche Living, will feature on the right arm sleeve of both the home and away jerseys.
The shirts are yet to have a major sponsor slapped on the front after the club ended their sponsorship relationship with QBE.
The reaction online has been less than favourable to the Perth side, mocking the 'Set the standard. Set the bar' slogan that has accompanied the reveal.
when there's 5 minutes left before the deadline and you forgot to design the kits.— West Sydney Football (@WestSydney) July 10, 2019
‘Set the bar’ pretty low apparently, very disappointing, just a training shirt.....— Mandy Mackenzie (@mandymacx1) July 10, 2019
While some seem to be content with the simple design.
Plain and simple. At least they didn’t ruin it by going over the top— The Glory Army (@TheGloryArmy) July 10, 2019
Perth are set to take on Manchester United this Saturday night at Optus Stadium, where a capacity crowd is expected.