Atlanta United is known for one thing in MLS, selling a lot of soccer jerseys. As such, the team is one of a few clubs that is being allowed to have a primary kit, a secondary kit, and a tertiary kit. So far, there hasn’t been much to go on as far as what such an article might look like, when it would be available for purchase, and when the team might wear it.
We now have the answer. According to Doug Roberson of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, the kit will be released next week on June 17th.
The team is holding an event at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta where the jersey will be unveiled. Roberson reports that the tickets to the event, held between 7:00pm-10:30pm on Thursday, June 10th, will be free to season ticket holders.
Atlanta United is holding the event at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights because of a new exhibit at the center showcasing unity and soccer in Atlanta that will run from June 18th-20th.