Orlando City Soccer unveils new home uniform


ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando City Soccer fans on Wednesday finally got a look at the team's new home uniforms.

On Tuesday, the team tweeted sneak peek pictures of what the new uniforms will look like, showcasing the Lions' primary color, coupled with three white Adidas stripes.

Orlando City president and founder Phil Rawlins, was joined by the CEO of Orlando Health and several players for the unveiling Tuesday morning.

"We worked very closely with Adidas during the design process of our first-ever MLS home kit, as we want the jersey to have a simple and classic look that accurately represents our brand and prominently displays our long-time partners Orlando Health," said Orlando City Founder and President Phil Rawlins in a release. "We are very proud of the end result, and we can't wait to see our team take the field next year."

The inaugural Orlando City MLS home kit, both long sleeve and short sleeve, will be available for purchase starting in early December, officials said.

Pre-sale for both models are available at www.OrlandoCitySC.com.