Hamilton Forge FC unveils new 'Gore Park-inspired' away kits for 2020
Fresh off announcing its plans to restart operations and play the 2020 season, the Canadian Premier League (CPL) and Macron unveiled the away kits for all eight clubs: Forge FC, HFX Wanderers FC, Atletico Ottawa, York9 FC, Valour FC, FC Edmonton, Cavalry FC and Pacific FC.
Inspired by the Gore Park Fountain, the CPL said Forge FC’s jersey is a nod to the city’s sense of community and the diverse arts and culture movement.
“Thanks to our amazing partners at Macron, we’re extremely proud of the Forge FC away kit and how it encapsulates our great community and an amazing landmark in Hamilton,” said Matt Afinec, President and Chief Operating Officer of Forge FC.
“We’re excited to make these kits available exclusively to our Co-Founders and season seat holders who join ‘The Collective’ before August 6.”
“The Collective” is a league-wide promotion that gives paid members exclusive access to club content, as well as a jersey and subscription to One Soccer, the CPL’s official broadcast partner.
Forge’s unis will by the only ones in the league with a gold “champions” patch on the right arm, celebrating their 2019 feat at the first-ever CPL champions.
You can view the kits for the other seven clubs here.
Forge FC unveiled its new grey and orange 2020 home kit back in February.
It features six horizontal stripes on the front, representing all six regional municipalities: Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook, Hamilton, and Stoney Creek.
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