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March 16, 2023 – National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)Angel City FC News Release

LOS ANGELES – Today, Angel City Football Club revealed its secondary kit for the 2023 NWSL Season, appropriately named “Represent.” The jersey features a map of the greater Los Angeles area and coastline, wrapping around the front and back of the garment. The map design consists of a series of small shapes of many sizes – known as a “halftone pattern.” Each shape represents the diverse individuals, neighborhoods, and cultures that form Los Angeles and call it home.

The jersey is now available for purchase at www.angelcity.com/shop starting at $95.00.

Upon purchase, fans can personalize their jersey to express their own LA story with custom patches designed by local creators for an additional $7 each. Fans who purchase the new jersey with Klarna in the first 24 hours of on sale, will receive $7 off their purchase to cover the cost of their first patch of their choice.

Fans will be able to buy one unit of each patch style when they purchase the new kit. Patch designers include actress and ACFC investor Gabrielle Union (Black Vision Patch), Michael Pak and Duy Nguyen of Love Hour (Flavors of LA Patch), and Rachel Gomez of Viva La Bonita (Nuestras Alas Patch).

“LA is the sum of infinite parts – diverse cultures, neighborhoods, and individuals united by this great city,” said ACFC Co-Founder and President Julie Uhrman. “We are proud that the Angel City fan base reflects the diversity of Los Angeles. There is space for everyone at ACFC, just as there is space for everyone in LA. Our community is our superpower, and we cannot wait to see our team and fans represent in this incredible jersey.”

The jersey is made by Nike with sustainable, 100% recycled polyester fibers. It features breathable side panels, Nike Dri-FIT technology, and a unique neckline. The jersey is in ACFC’s own Armour gray, with accents of Sol Rosa, the club’s other signature color. The Nike swoosh, sponsors (DoorDash across front-of-kit, Sprouts Farmers Market adorning the back, and Birdies on the right sleeve), player name and number are black.


One Angeleno’s individual story comes to life in the team mantra, “Volemos,” found on the nape of the neck, designed by Rachel Gomez, Latina Streetwear designer and founder of local LA brand Viva La Bonita. Gomez also created one of the Angeleno patches, the Nuestra Alas patch.


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