The latest edition of Major League Soccer’s annual All-Star Game will have the MLS All-Stars wearing another stellar jersey. The MLS’ best will face Premier League power Arsenal in San Jose on July 28th, the latest in high-profile opposition. adidas, Major League Soccer’s league-wide uniform supplier, produced this special number befitting the occasion.
The jersey retains the league’s red, white and blue color scheme. For this season, a bold blue look is the order for the MLS All-Stars with a graphic pattern displayed on the shirt. A white modern take on the v-neck collar is at the top. White and red trim cover the sleeve cuffs. The league’s logo is placed at the heart of the jersey. Three-stripe piping appears on the side panels, with a special jocktag at the bottom.
New year, new #MLSAllStar look.
Here’s what MLS players will wear when they face Arsenal on July 28. pic.twitter.com/YtbLUinmJo
— Major League Soccer (@MLS) June 24, 2016
Three Redwood trees are seen on the jocktag representing the wood used inside Avaya Stadium, the venue hosting this year’s All-Star game.
The backside has red and white striped neck tape at the back of the collar, with the league’s current call of club, country and community beneath three stars. AT&T retains shirt sponsorship, as it is also the sponsor for the All-Star Game.
— adidas Soccer (@adidassoccer) June 24, 2016
The 2016 MLS All-Star Game jersey will be available soon at World Soccer Shop.