2019 kit inspired by iconic elements of Dallas architecture
DALLAS - FC Dallas revealed its 2019 Reunion Kit tonight at an event for Season Ticket Members at Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas. The adidas-designed kit was influenced by iconic elements of the Dallas skyline.
The all-white jersey showcases diagonal striping directly inspired by the Santiago Calatrava-designed Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge which spans the Trinity River west of downtown Dallas.
On the left sleeve is a circle patch with the letters “LH” referring to FC Dallas patriarch, Lamar Hunt. The LH patch has been featured on the jersey since 2006 as a tribute to the soccer pioneer. This year’s patch is a design nod to Reunion Tower, one of the most recognizable buildings in Dallas.
“We are thrilled with the new Reunion Kit,” said FC Dallas President Dan Hunt. “The subtle influences of the Dallas skyline create a sleek look our players love. We’re looking forward to seeing our players and fans throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area wear it with pride.”
Just below the back neckline is the Texas flag which serves as a reminder that FC Dallas was the first Major League Soccer team in the state of Texas.
AdvoCare continues to serve as FC Dallas’ official jersey sponsor, an honor it has held since 2012. Their corporate wordmark is displayed across the chest of the jersey in blue text.
The white jersey will paired with blue shorts and white shorts throughout the season.