The new jersey is a reflection of the colours chosen by local fans to represent the Western Sydney region and will be a striking jersey on pitch in the A-League for the 2012/13 season.
The launch also included the announcement of three new signings for the club with Aaron Mooy, Tarek Elrich and Kwabena Appiah-Kubi joining the team.
“Football is a core focus for Nike and our commitment to the sport is longstanding. We are extremely proud to build on our existing support of the FFA and A-League with the sponsorship of the Wanderers,” said Nike Pacific Managing Director, Paul Faulkner.
WesternSydney Wanderers FC will play its first match in the A-League on the 6th of October against Central Coast Mariners.
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