Australian A-League side Central Coast Mariners wore a pink kit in their 2-1 defeat to Wellington Phoenix on 18th October.

Produced by manufacturer Kappa, the design is largely plain with a V-neck collar, and carries the usual league logos and sponsors - with the addition of collaborator Brightfield Integrated Facilities Management's branding - and was carried, and retailed, to raise money for, and raise the profile of, the Australian Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day - specifically the Erina Community Health Centre.

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The accompanying shorts and socks were also in pink and the base of the kit - perhaps with different logos - may be seen again this season as a goalkeeper version, as it is in a familiar colour for the Mariners' custodians.

what do you think?

Total votes: 63

Comments (7)

  1. Jason Jorge

comments please

  1. jakov

very nice....modern and retro at the same time<br /><br />expect you to comment my designs too ;-)

  1. Jason Jorge

thanks and i have returned the favour

  1. Gareth Bale

Horrible color. :-x

  1. Gareth Bale

Just read what it is for, I take back what I said. ops: <br /><br />Next time I should read the text first...

  1. Honest G

Why should you feel bad for an honest appraisal of what is in all honesty an ugly shirt? Just cause it's for a charity doesn't mean that the shirt is any more appealing to potential buyers.<br /><br />If they really well and truly want to raise money through shirt sales for charity then they need to start looking at more realistic shades of pink that people will actually wear<br /><br />No point owning or buying a charity supportive shirt IF you're NEVER going to wear it in public and spread the word of the charity and it's good work to others who will maybe then buy the shirt!

  1. samuelsdad

Awesome colour . I wonder how many people will actually wear it though

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