Toronto FC has unveiled a new look for 2019.
The colour has been brightened and the grey sleeves and horizontal stripes are gone, leaving TFC with a slick new all-red primary kit.
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They are subtle changes, offering up a cleaner look.
Here’s a side-by-side comparison, with the old jersey on the left and the 2019 look on the right:
Uniforms have a two-year shelf life in MLS, with teams introducing a new kit every season. Next year TFC will be due to change their light-coloured uniforms.
The 2017 MLS Cup champions had a disappointing season in 2018, failing to make the playoffs. They’re looking for a bounce-back season in 2019, which begins soon.
TFC will hit the pitch for a pair of CONCACAF Champions League matches this month, playing Panamanian club Independiente FC on the road on February 19 and at BMO Field on February 26.
The winner of the aggregate series will advance to the quarter-finals.
Toronto opens up the MLS regular season in Philadelphia on March 2. Their MLS home opener is March 17 against New England.