Nashville SC are about to begin their third season in Major League Soccer. On February 27, the Boys in Gold travel to Seattle to kick off a long campaign that will see them travel a league-record number of miles as they switch to the Western Conference.
With their new 30,000 seat soccer stadium set to open on May 1, the Coyotes have unveiled their new “Homecoming” kit, a gold jersey set to be worn during the 2022 and 2023 seasons. The shirt is Nashville’s fourth since entering MLS in 2020.
The 2020-21 “Forever Gold” home kit
Nashville’s original home kit was a relatively unadorned gold strip, with little added detail aside from the crest and an inaugural season jock tag.
Worn in 46 total matches, Nashville boasted a record of 19 wins, 20 draws and just seven losses in this kit.
The 2020 “Vibe” kit
Following the league-wide Adidas template used in 2020, the “Vibe” away kit was fairly plain, other than the templated three stripes on the shoulder.
Nashville wore this kit just five times, winning once, drawing once and losing three.
The 2021-22 “Vibe II” kit
Nashville’s sophomore away kit featured a much more unique design, with the “N” logo emblazoned across the shirt.
This kit has been used sparingly, worn just five times for a record of four draws and one loss. Nashville will continue to use it in the 2022 season.
The 2022-23 “Homecoming” kit
Released ahead of the 2022 season, the latest home kit is another all-yellow offering, with additional sound wave details on the side paneling and the geographic coordinates of the new stadium on the back.
The “Homecoming” kit will be worn for the 2022 and 2023 seasons, both at home and whenever possible on the road.
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So, which of Nashville SC’s kits do you like or dislike? Rank each of their four MLS kits below, and watch for the results on our socials ahead of their MLS opener next weekend.