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Orlando City 2021/22 Kits

Orlando City SC are a professional soccer team based in Orlando, Florida and they first competed in the 2015 MLS season. The club was officially announced as the MLS' twenty-first franchise in November 2013 and this made the side the first MLS franchise in Miami since the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny. Orlando City SC play at the Citrus Bowl, Orlando which holds 19,517 seats while a new Orlando City Stadium is scheduled to be completed for the 2016 season.

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Orlando City SC's home kit features a purple dominated kit with either white or gold colours as the trim. As part of the MLS deal the kits are supplied by adidas and thus the three-stripes are featured on the club's shirts.

The club's new crest was first unveiled by the club in May 2014 and features a purple shield design with a gold lion inside a golden sun with the name of the club Orlando City below. The lion also features a subtle crown on it's head to represent the club's championship history.

Orlando City signed their marquee player Kaka in June 2014. The Brazilian owner Flavio Augusto da Silva was major influence in Kaka signing for the club. The club's first manager is Englishman Adrian Heath who managed the likes of Burnley, Sheffield United and the Austin Aztex.

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