With just one week to go until the start of the 20th MLS season, several high-profile kits have been leaked on social media for expectant fans to pour over, analyze and dissect.
World Soccer Talk gives you the run-down, and our take on each one of these jerseys which will be worn by the likes of Kaka, David Villa and (maybe) Frank Lampard.
Unfortunately (or fortunately in the case of MLS teams), not all of the jerseys have been leaked by the teams, so we’ll have to keep on guessing until MLS jersey week happens next week.
In the meantime, here’s what we’ve discovered thus far.
Here are the ones that have been leaked as of press time:
Chicago Fire 2015 away jersey
Chicago Fire 2015 third jersey
Colorado Rapids away jersey
The Colorado Rapids have kept a tight lid on what their home and away jerseys will look like for 2015. However, the above image gives a clue that the away jersey is likely to be yellow in color with a blue trim. When released or leaked, let’s see if the new away jersey looks like Sweden’s home jersey or not.
Columbus Crew 2015 home jersey
Columbus Crew 2015 away jersey
DC United 2015 away jersey
Houston Dynamo 2015 home jersey
LA Galaxy 2015 home jersey
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LA Galaxy 2015 away jersey
Montreal Impact 2015 away jersey
While simplicity usually works well on soccer jerseys, this one is simple to the point of blandness. It’s predominately white, with blue accents and almost nothing on the jersey stands out.
The sponsorship design from BMO is awful – the font doesn’t go at all with the overall tone of the jersey design and the garish red blotch of a logo sticks out like a sore thumb.
Finally, the light gray hoops on the torso are supposed to break up the monotony, but unfortunately they’re too subtle to catch the eye.
All in all, the less said about this jersey, the better.
New England Revolution 2015 home jersey
New England Revolution 2015 away jersey
New York City FC 2015 home jersey
With its combination of a crew neck, white shorts and Etihad Airways sponsorship logo, from afar it’s almost identical to Manchester City’s 2013/14 jersey, despite being made by adidas.