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Swansea City Home Shirt for 2012-13 Season From Adidas [PHOTO]

swansea city home shirt1 Swansea City Home Shirt for 2012 13 Season From Adidas [PHOTO]

Swansea City will be celebrating their 100 year anniversary next season with a brand new home kit, a centenary crest and a new trim color.

Instead of their traditional white and black kit, Swansea will be wearing white with gold trim next year, to celebrate their 100th year. The Welsh club was founded in 1912.

The new Swansea crest (pictured below) is a completely different design than the current one, and will certainly make the shirt a collector’s item. Designed and manufactured by Adidas, the new Swansea shirt is simple but elegant, remaining true to adidas’s principles with the three lines down the sleeves. Plus, the gold color is a touch of class.

What’s your opinion about Swansea’s new home shirt? Share your feedback in the comments section below.

swansea home shirt centenary crest Swansea City Home Shirt for 2012 13 Season From Adidas [PHOTO]

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swansea home kit garry monk Swansea City Home Shirt for 2012 13 Season From Adidas [PHOTO]


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