PSL

Amakhosi reveal new kit

2014-07-09 12:28

Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs have revealed their new kit for the 2014/15 season with a shoulder detail depicting on the left side.

Chiefs are known not to be afraid to try out new things when it comes to their attire. None more controversial than their 2012/13 season jersey (which they won the PSL in) when the “bumble bee” kit sparked interesting conversation among their fans.

The Soweto giants are sponsored by Nike and the sporting brand describes the new jersey as, “A reputation built on risk. Forever Fearless.”

While good news streams through the country that the Soweto derby between The Glamour Boys and Orlando Pirates for the Carling Black Label Cup on Saturday, July 26 is sold out, last season's PSL runners-up took a break from pre-season training to reveal their new jumper for the new campaign.

What do you think of the new jersey? Will they conquer the PSL in this new design?

Image via Kaizer Chiefs official Twitter handle.

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