Orlando City SC Unveils 2018 adidas Origin Kit


Orlando City SC kicks off the 2018 Major League Soccer campaign with a new 2018 adidas Origin away kit, honoring the loyal support and fervent passion of fans that make up the faces of its city, seven seasons since its inception in the City Beautiful.


The kits are now available for purchase locally at Lion’s Pride Pub, the official restaurant of Orlando City SC in the heart of downtown Orlando, and at the Orlando City Foundation’s 2018 Soccer Ball presented by Orlando Health tonight. Online sales begin at 7 p.m. Click here for more details.

The all-white kit features a simple yet elegant matte Orlando City crest with a white Lion head, adidas’ trademark three stripes on the shoulder and the new logo of Orlando Health, the only jersey sponsor and medical team the Club has ever had.

Orlando City SC kicks off the 2018 Major League Soccer campaign with a new 2018 adidas Origin away kit, honoring the loyal support and fervent passion of fans that make up the faces of its city, seven seasons since its inception in the City Beautiful.

The kits are now available for purchase locally at Lion’s Pride Pub, the official restaurant of Orlando City SC in the heart of downtown Orlando, and at the Orlando City Foundation’s 2018 Soccer Ball presented by Orlando Health tonight. Online sales begin at 7 p.m. Click here for more details.

The all-white kit features a simple yet elegant matte Orlando City crest with a white Lion head, adidas’ trademark three stripes on the shoulder and the new logo of Orlando Health, the only jersey sponsor and medical team the Club has ever had.

Seven white pinstripes run vertically down the front of the kit, representing the seven seasons the Club has played in Orlando, four in the USL PRO and three in MLS. The jock tag reads “Est. 2010”, when the Club was established in the City Beautiful, and features the Lions Crown, representing City’s dominant reign in the USL PRO. The neckline is emblazoned with “32805”, the zip code the Lions first called home at the Orlando Citrus Bowl and where they permanently call home at Orlando City Stadium. The familiar adidas piping trims the sleeve, shorts and socks.

Goalkeepers will feature standard kits across the league. Aside from also sporting the new Orlando Health logo, the 2018 kit runs horizontal stripes along the body of the jersey with a solid-colored long sleeve.

City’s primary, purple home kit will sport the new Orlando Health logo with same design and style from its previous season. New home kits will be unveiled in 2019.


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