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Impact unveil MLS jersey


The Montreal Impact unveiled their MLS jersey Thursday night, taking the latest step in the run up to their expansion season.

The primary, blue kit comes with matching blue shorts and is a pretty typical MLS shirt — sponsor across the front, team crest by the heart, three stripes down either sleeve and MLS and country flag patches on the sleeves as well. The one unique element to the jersey is a subtle cross made up of fleur-de-lys on the front of the jersey, which pays homage to Quebec's flag. The club's motto, Tous Pour Gagner (all for victory) is emblazoned along the back collar.

"The new team jersey represents not only the identity of the club, but also the city of Montreal and the entire province of Quebec," team president Joey Saputo said at the unveiling ceremony at the Montreal Science Centre.

The team's secondary kit is white, and no third or alternate kit was unveiled during the ceremony.

What's your take on the jersey? Wish it was more adventurous? Do you like it? 

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Ya know if I had not yet seen the Crew’s new kit, I would call this the ugliest jeresy yet, but the Crew really blew it with theirs. I guess we know what TFC would look like in blue. AS a RSL supporter I love the spanish colors, HOWEVER I still give a lot of credit to Seattle, and Houston from breaking away from more traditional colors.


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