Chattanooga FC has unveiled their historic home, away, and goalkeeper kits for the 2018 season. The kits are the team’s most ambitious yet, and match the strong expectations that go along with CFC’s tenth season.
“We typically try to do something different during our even year seasons,” said Paul Rustand, Chattanooga FC Brand Director and board member. “We wanted to honor our heritage, but at the same time give the team and our supporters something new and exciting.”
The home jersey, which also serves as the 2018 season pass for supporters, utilizes the traditional navy blue with sky blue accents on the collar and sleeve. The home kit also blends a version of the CFC logo into the jersey design itself, which creates a beautiful kit worthy of the Scenic City’s club,
The away and goalkeeper kits also breathe fresh life into CFC traditional looks. The away jersey brings back the traditional white, with sky blue accents and shorts, while the keeper kits resurrect the very popular pink kit worn just s few years ago with navy shorts. Both jerseys feature design elements that seamlessly bring all three kits together and celebrate the team’s past, present, and future.
“These feel like the best of the best to us,” said Rustand. “We’ve kept what makes the CFC brand iconic, while breathing some new life into the design that we think fans will love.”
Not only will the home season pass jersey get fans into every home match, it can comes with additional perks as well, such as VIP parking, $4 beers, early entry into Finley Stadium, and more.
“Fans have more opportunities to wear their jerseys than ever before,” said Sean McDaniel, GM, Chattanooga FC. “We have two more home friendlies, seven regular season games, and hopefully a few playoff games to boot. The jersey really is a great bargain for fans, and we’re looking forward to continuing a great 19th season.”
Home, away, and goalkeeper jerseys are on sale NOW online and at Winder Binder on Frazier Avenue. All home jerseys not preordered will be ready for mail or pickup well in advance of the Detroit City FC match, April 21.