Dundee United have revealed their new 2013/14 home, away and ‘heritage’ kits. Currently managed by former Scottish international player Jackie McNamara, The Terrors finished the 2012/13 SPL in sixth place.
The club’s new home shirt, manufactured by Nike, features a striking design, a tangerine body with a gradient fading into a full black front panel at the bottom end of the design. The shirt is complemented with black shorts and socks to add to the full gradient effect.
Dundee United’s new away shirt is mainly white with black trim around the collar.
The club also launched a set of heritage kits for the upcoming season, 50 years after it was worn in the 1963/64 season. The heritage kit features a deep red body colour with white sleeves and features the club’s crest from 1963. The kit will be worn by the team in cup fixtures and no player names will be featured on the shirts to add to the authentic heritage look of the kit.
Thanks to Keir
Posted on June 07, 2013