The home kits will be in the traditional red and white which is synonymous with the Lions, with an emblem of the Lions logo on the inside of the jersey, meant to invoke the spirit of national pride in the players.
These kits were made from 100 per cent recycled materials, and were designed to help players perform in their maximum capacity.
The kits are 20 per cent lighter than previous Nike jerseys, and features laser-cut ventilation holes to help cool players, and help ensure players do not feel too warm during a match.
Nike Singapore marketing manager Vijaya Kumar is proud to be able to provide the team with the technologically-advanced kits, and hopes it propels the team to greatness in the tournament.
“We are happy to be supporting the Lions once again. We hope this will inspire the players to achieve a breakthrough performance, and bring the title back to Singapore,” Kumar said.
Football Association of Singapore president Zainudin Nordin likes the new look of the kits, and is of the same sentiments as Kumar.
“Nike has designed a vibrant and energetic look for the Lions’ new kit which we are certain would be well received by both players and fans alike,” Zainudin said.
Zainudin is pleased to be able to work with Nike, and hopes that the FAS will be able to continue collaborating with Nike over the years.
“FAS is pleased to have a partner like Nike which is renowned for its innovate product technology. We appreciate their contribution to local football over the years, and look forward to further developing this partnership.”
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