Hong Kong Football unveils new Nike Uniforms

Written By:  •  Tuesday, May 29, 2012

New Hong Kong Football Association soccer uniforms

The Hong Kong Football Association has unveiled their new Nike soccer uniforms featuring a new logo and new uniform design.

The new logo takes the shield pattern of the original logo but is now coloured half-red and half-white to pay homage to Hong Kong’s “One Country, Two Systems” government. The Chinese lettering surrounding the dragon logo have been translated to the English characters “HKFA”.

New Hong Kong Football Association soccer uniforms

As with all of Nike’s new soccer uniforms they are made with Nike’s Dri-Fit technology and are 20% lighter than their previous uniforms.

Also of note is that the uniforms are made of 97% recycled material, including 7% from old recycled water bottles.



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  • ingmar66

    Nice idea, the body striping reminds me of old time Portland Trailblazers uniforms. The only thing that is slightly dodgy about the shirt is the band on the right sleeve: it is like every player is the captain of the team.

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