Calgary, AB – Cavalry FC today unveil the club’s highly anticipated new 2024 jerseys, a tribute to the brains and beauty of Alberta.
With nods to the province’s fervent technology boom and stunning northern lights, the team will be dressed to thrill this season.
As Cavalry FC enters its sixth campaign with the Canadian Premier League (CPL), proud players have deemed the kits the club’s ‘best yet’ and can’t wait to wear them proudly on the pitch.
“It is always an inspiring exercise working with our partners at Macron,” said Ian Allison, President, Cavalry FC. “We are very fortunate to be able to design bespoke kits for our club and for our fans. Over the years, we have prided ourselves in the thought and themes we have brought to each design and how they have complimented our club, our culture, and the diversity of our fan base. We believe this year’s offerings will be very popular, for many reasons. We are delighted to be at work already on the kits for the 2025 season.”
Fans can get an early glimpse of one of the new kits on Wednesday, Feb. 21 when the Cavs face Orlando City SC in their first match of the Concacaf Champions Cup at Starlight Stadium in Victoria, BC.
As Cavalry strives to reshape the landscape of professional sport in Alberta, the club draws parallels with another force that has evolved the identity of the province of Alberta over the last five years: the technology boom.
The geometric pattern on our red home jersey reflects the innovation, ingenuity, and hard work that makes Calgary one of the most influential cities in the world and a rising force in the digital sector and GIG economy. The kit represents the team’s commitment to discipline, agility, and ability to adapt to whatever comes its way.
From its base in the CPL’s and Concacaf’s northernmost city, Cavalry’s meteoric rise from fledgling club to 2023 regular season winners is reflected in the shimmering green of the northern lights on the club’s secondary strip.
At times, the phenomena can be seen dancing over Calgary’s skies with the same might and majesty the Cavalry players strive to emulate on the pitch.
Astronomy buffs will recognize the design on the back as the Pegasus constellation, a tribute to Cavalry’s home on the shared grounds of world-class show jumping venue Spruce Meadows, and an ode to Alberta’s long-standing affinity with horses.
Both kits are now available for…