New Forge FC jersey celebrates Hamilton and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
Published April 1, 2022 at 8:35 am
Forge FC unveiled its alternate jersey for the 2022 Canadian Premier League season, and it’s a celebration of Hamilton and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
Released to the public Thursday (Mar. 31) night, Forge FC’s new kits are primarily sheet metal grey with orange accents. The front of the jersey has an embossed cinquefoil, which is the same heraldic flower displayed on the City of Hamilton flag.
“Hamilton” is also displayed across the lower back in orange.
New for 2022, the Legacy Patch will be displayed on the left sleeve of all Forge jerseys. It represents the two CPL championships – or North Star Shields – the club won in 2019 and 2020.
Tim Hortons continues to be Forge FC’s sponsor and the company’s logo will be displayed across the jersey’s chest.
Forge also unveiled new home and away kits for the 2022 season. They are available for purchase through the club’s shop.
— Forge FC (@ForgeFCHamilton) April 1, 2022
Forge FC will be there when Pacific unfurls its championship banner in front of the hometown crowd in Winnipeg on Sunday, Apr. 10, at 7 p.m in the CPL season opener.
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