Western United drops bold 2023/24 kits inspired by the West

Western United kits

Western United has dropped the latest heat, inviting all members of the community in the West to wear the Green and Black with the 2023/24 home, away and goalkeeper kits launching with Kappa.

The Club’s apparel partner is back with the fifth instalment of the Green and Black stripes, bringing more bold and exciting designs to the playing strips for this season.

In the 2023/24 season, Western United welcomes Sharp EIT Solutions as the front-of-shirt sponsor for the Isuzu UTE A-League Men kits.

Sharp EIT Solutions were valuable supporters of Western United’s inaugural Liberty A-League Women squad last season and have now extended their partnership to get behind both teams this season.

Adult and youth kits are available now for pre-sale via the official Western United store so you can pick up your jerseys for the new campaign.

The home kit features a speckled pattern through the green stripes, bringing the black base through the body of the jersey and creating a fiercely dark finish.

The black peeking through the stripes complements the all-black sleeves, while the centre green stripe ends below the neck at the top of the jersey to highlight the neckline.

Stylish green highlights around the back of the collar, the bottom of the sleeves and the base of the jersey to sit on the waistline add extra accents of Western United’s traditionally vibrant colour.

While keeping the majority white body this season, the 2023/24 away kit is a unique, never-before-seen take on Western United’s alternate strip.

In this special season where Western United prepares to arrive home in Tarneit for the first time, the away jersey features a special nod to the Club’s homeland.

Sprawled across the jersey in faint text, over 1,000 suburbs from 30 council areas across Victoria’s west remind our players who they are playing for back home when they are on the road.

Western United fans can pick up the new away jersey and search for their own suburb, enabling them to wear both the Western United name and the name of their home with pride.

Alongside this, a flashy streak of black and green features down the right-hand side of the body and carries into the shorts, ensuring that the Club’s main two colours feature prominently when the players are away from home.

This season, new league regulations will see white shorts removed from all Liberty A-League kits, with the Western United women set to wear green shorts for the first time in an exciting addition to the alternate strip.

Western United’s main goalkeeper strip remains purple as it has been in previous years, but this year an outlandish rainbow pattern across the kit is set to dazzle and catch the eye.

A number of unique patterns feature across United’s alternate goalkeeper kits as well, ensuring the glove men and women will stand out in goal this season.

As well as Sharp EIT Solutions, Western United continues to work with a number of loyal partners including Wyndham City and Victoria University who remain on the jersey, and Werribee and Western Automotive Group who feature again on the shorts.

Limited spots for branding on the playing kits remain available. If you or your business are interested in featuring on these stylish new strips, contact Chris Speldewinde at chris.speldewinde@prod.wufc.aleagues.com.au.

Head to the Western United merchandise store now to secure your piece of the 2023/24 season and wear the Green and Black for the West.