Perth Glory play in their traditional purple, white and orange striped shirts. From 1996 to 2012 the club have different styles all featuring purple. The clubs crest features a sun rays to represent Perth in the summer. The new shield logo was created in 2009. .
Perth Glory are an Australian football cub which play in the Australian A-League. The club are only one of three teams to survive from the now defunct National Soccer League. The other clubs included are Adelaide United and Newcastle Jets. The club play in the NIB Stadium which holds 20,500 people. The club reached the Grand Final last season losing the match against Brisbane Roar.
A-League's Perth hope to achieve glory in their new Macron home and away kit designs. The Western Australian football club of Perth Glory have been kitted out by Macron in beautiful fashion through a combination of traditional styling with modernistic feels, whilst the forefront of design was to [...]
Australian A-League side Perth Glory have officially revealed a new "Australia Day" third kit for the 2015 season. Currently sitting on top of the A-league table, Perth Glory have revealed a special "Australia Day" black third shirt for the 2015 season [...]
Australian A-league club Perth Glory have revealed their new Macron home and away kits for the upcoming 2013/14 season [...]
Australian A-league club Perth Glory have announced that Italian brand Macron is its new official technical sponsor for the next two seasons [...]
The Glory joined the National Soccer League in 1977. In 1994 the club were called the Perth Kangaroos IF and competed with Darwin clubs in the Singapore Premier League. They joined the NSL in 1996. The club joined the new A-League in 2005 being renamed to Perth Glory. The club has never won the A-League title but were runners up in last seasons Grand Final against Brisbane Roar. The fans have a group called 'The Glory Shed'.
In 2011 the Glory celebrated the 2011-12 season with a new one-off logo to commemorate the club's 15th anniversary