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MLS Jersey Week, Part Four

On Saturday, MLS unveiled the final four jerseys for the 2024 season. As our own Jamie Rathjen noted in Part Two, “each team gets one new design each year, either primary/first or secondary/second, that lasts for two years, and releases are scheduled through Saturday. A lot of these designs are purposely city- or area-themed, as MLS said in its Jersey Week press release, and the remaining ones are marking anniversary or season milestones.”

Unfortunately my soccer kit knowledge, much like Paul’s, is pretty minimal, so I’ll include descriptions of the new jerseys as provided by the teams.


San Jose Earthquakes

2024 is the Earthquakes’ 50th anniversary, making them one of the oldest clubs in the United States. The 50 Kit is a “celebration of their founding and a thank you to the first generation of pioneers who built it from the ground up, an homage to their NASL era.” The current San Jose organization was established in 1994, when San Jose became a charter member of Major League Soccer on June 15. You can read more on this kit here.



The team calls these, “Clean, classic, timeless. Back in Black.” More info from the club here.

If you’re wondering why actor Will Ferrell appears in the above video, he is an owner of LAFC. You can see a longer version here.


Nashville SC

Nashville unveiled their new primary jersey — which they’re calling “The 615” (a reference to Nashville’s area code) — the third primary jersey in team history, which “celebrates both the individuality of Nashville SC fans and the communities the Boys in Gold call home, including 35 neighborhood and Middle Tennessee-specific jersey patches designed in partnership with local artist Cymone Wilder.” You can read more from the club here. Looks like the team has new shorts too.


Atlanta United

Distilling the press release:

The Resurgens Kit, the club’s latest community kit, is inspired by Atlanta, a city that time and time again shows its resiliency and strength. The Phoenix, a mythical bird that rises from the ashes and is depicted on the Atlanta city seal, is featured on the back neck of the kit. Named after Atlanta’s motto, the Resurgens Kit is inspired by the history of the city and features design elements from the city’s seal and flag. You can read the full release here.

And that’s the last of the four new MLS jerseys released as part of “MLS Jersey Week.” If you want to see ALL the jerseys that were released, click here.

Comments (5)

    The current San Jose organization was established in 1994, when San Jose became a charter member of Major League Soccer on June 15

    Yes and no. In 2005, that organization moved to Houston to become Houston Dynamo. The name, colors, etc. were retained by MLS for an expansion team that began in 2008.

    Exactly. Finesse all the record books you want, but the team left. Same thing for the Browns.

    That said, glad to see MLS acknowledge the NASL. If only San Diego had called their team the Sockers…

    The Sockers are still a going concern in the Major Arena Soccer League! The third iteration, apparently, with the second also exclusively indoor, and playing at the same arena throughout.

    personally I think san jose has the best mls uni’s this year and think they should make this retro crest their main.

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