Toronto Wolfpack 2020 Playing Kit Revealed January 15
Toronto Wolfpack and technical apparel partner BLK are pleased to announce that the design of the new Wolfpack playing kit, set to be worn on the Super League stage throughout 2020, will be revealed on Wednesday January 15.
The striking 2020 playing kit is a collaboration between the Wolfpack design team and BLK. Both the black and white jerseys feature the outline of the Wolfpack logo on the chest to invoke the ferocity of a wolf on the prowl and the forming of a strong, determined pack. The black kit features gold trim on the sleeves and socks, while the white kit features a trim in Canadian red.
Toronto Wolfpack’s Commercial Vice President, Jon Pallett, commented:
“We want to take this opportunity to thank our fans for their patience as we create this design with a new kit provider. Following our promotion to Super League we have also been finalizing agreements with both returning and new sponsors, which will be announced ahead of the reveal date.
“We also wanted to make sure that we took the time to create a unique and bespoke jersey that both our players and fans could wear with pride. Our thanks go to BLK for their considerable efforts in making sure we will look and feel the part when we tackle the Super League in 2020.”
The playing kit will first be worn by players during the Wolfpack’s pre-season game, a testimonial for Michael Shenton, against Castleford Tigers on Sunday January 19. This is followed by the highly anticipated Super League Opener on Sunday February 2, against Castleford Tigers, forming part of a double header at Headingley Stadium, Leeds.
Both the black and white jerseys will be available online from BLK in the UK shortly after the release, before being available in the Toronto Wolfpack store ahead of the team’s home opener in April. Fans in Canada and worldwide will be able to access the range thanks to express global shipping, and be among the first to get their hands on the jerseys. Fans in Canada should note that the Wolfpack store at 139 Jefferson Avenue, Toronto will be able to process any required exchanges.