BOSTON- The Revolution's primary kit for the 2014 season will be unveiled on March 4 at the Royale Night Club on Tremont Street as part of Major League Soccer's "Jersey Week."
The kit will be unveiled during a fashion show at the club, along with some Revolution team members.
“We’re very excited to finally show our fans the new 2014 kits,” Revolution president Brian Bilello said. “The event at Royale on March 4 will be the culmination of an 18-month process to re-design our uniform. We’ve incorporated some important and representative design elements, and we know our fans will appreciate the number of changes this kit has from our last primary kit.”
Bilello tweeted a photo of the new jersey's sleeve in January. The tweeted photo didn't reveal much, other than navy and red being the home jersey's primary colors.
But the Revolution have been practicing with a new training top that has an updated United Healthcare logo for the club's shirt sponsor. United Healthcare has been abbreviated to UHC, which could be stamped on the 2014 kits, too.
The Revolution kick-off their season on March 8 at Houston.
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