How the Welsh Premier League clubs will suit up in the 2017/18 season
Fans across the world love a good kit and us Welsh fans are no different. We want to see our favourite teams in the cleanest and coolest of attire each and every season.
This season the WPL clubs have presented fans with some beautiful kits. Here's what each team will be wearing for the 17/18 season.
The Black and Greens will keep the Acerbis made Green and White stripes with black trim home shirt which they wore last season. The exact same design will be used for the new away kit this season however, as the green is replaced with orange.
A limited amount of home kits are available through the Aberystwyth online shop and they hope to have the away kit on sale in September.
Online shop web address: http://www.atfc.org.uk/store/c1/Featured_Products.html
— Aberystwyth Town FC (@AberystwythTown) July 22, 2017
The Welsh cup winners will rock a simple but smart black with white trim kit manufactured by Joma as they look to push for the league title. Their away kit will likely be the red with small white hoops which they used last season.
Although the kit is not yet available, when it is purchases can be made by contacting Nigel Aykroyd, details about purchases can be found using this web address: http://www.balatownfc.co.uk/shop/
— Bala Town F.C. (@BalaTownFC) July 30, 2017
— Bala Town F.C. (@BalaTownFC) August 5, 2017
Bangor have had a new home and away kit ahead of the season, in their traditional blue (home) and red (away) colours. Could these be the kits they wear when they finally dethrone TNS from the league winners' spot?
Bangor have had replica kits available at events but they are not online currently. Keep an eye out on Bangor's website if you're interested in purchasing.
— Bangor City FC (@bangorcityfc) May 26, 2017
Barry Town United
Newcomers Barry will also sport Joma kits the season, their home strip being Yellow with blue trim and their away will be green with white sleeves and thin white stripes.
The kit does not seem to be available to buy online so you'll have to get down to the club shop to get your hands on these snazzy looking kits.
The all-new look for @BarryTownUnited for 2017-18.
– ON SALE, LIKE, NOW – pic.twitter.com/tkXj0wEB65
— Barry Town (@BarryTownSC) July 27, 2017
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Cardiff Met have teamed up with Errea this season to release a stunning kit which is maroon with a yellow collar. Unfortunately, their away kit is yet to be revealed.
There's no way to purchase the shirt just yet but it'll be available soon.
— SportBroadcastMSc (@MetBroadcast) August 3, 2017
A golden yellow strip will be Camarthen's go to colour this season with a sky blue and white stripes away kit. Simple but effective designs by Legea.
The kit should be available from the Camarthen Town club shop this season.
— Carmarthen Town AFC (@CarmarthenAFC) June 26, 2017
Another class job from Errea here as Druids will rock a traditional black and white striped home kit and a very alternative blue with yellow and white trim away kit .
Kit can be purchased from Druids club shop in the Rock on match days.
— Cefn Druids AFC (@CefnDruids) July 27, 2017
Connah's Quay Nomads
Nomads will rock the Macron Tabit again for this season. With the home kit being red with white trim and the away being charcoal with luminous green trim.
The kit is available for purchase through Macron Store Wrexham.
— Connah's Quay Nomads (@the_nomads) August 4, 2017
— Connah's Quay Nomads (@the_nomads) July 29, 2017
Llandudno home colours will be black and white stripes, provided by Adidas. It would also look as though their away kit will be yellow with the 3 stripes of Adidas being in black on the sleeves. The away kit has yet to be fully revealed yet though.
It is unclear how these shirts will be sold to fans currently.
— Llandudno FC (@LlandudnoFC) August 9, 2017
— Llandudno FC (@LlandudnoFC) July 13, 2017
Just like last season, Jartazi vibrant red kit with black V design will be Newtown's go to kit for the season. As for the away kit, a very similar yellow with black V design will be used.
— Newtown AFC (@NewtownAFC) July 4, 2017
— Newtown AFC (@NewtownAFC) June 14, 2017
A very simple red with black patch Errea kit is Prestatyn's home jersey. Their new away kit is a lot more flashy however, with a yellow top section and a black bottom section well combined with a zig zag pattern.
The kits aren't available online at the moment.
First half action pic.twitter.com/18V8LwbgAD
— prestatyn town fc (@ptfcseasiders) July 28, 2017
— prestatyn town fc (@ptfcseasiders) July 23, 2017
The New Saints
TNS have once again gone for a very traditional green and white hoops look with no mention of an away kit as of yet.
The Legea kit is not available online but will likely be in stock at the club shop.
— The New Saints FC (@tnsfc) August 9, 2017
Overall, some beautiful kits which are going to please many spectators across the Welsh Premier League and hopefully we'll see more fans kitted out in the colours of Wales top twelve elite.
(Featured Image: Jamie Thomas of the Welsh Premier League)