Kerry GAA are delighted to announce our new home jersey today on November 16th 2023.
With this jersey, the classic green and gold colours have a deeper tone to intensify the importance and significance of these colours to the people of Kerry. Embracing the tradition of teams from years goneby and building on their success, ambition and glory, this jersey is deeply rooted in the jersey of the 1984 All Ireland winning Kerry team who paved the way for so many more to follow. This statement piece of combining the vintage elements with modern characteristics embodies the message of Kerry GAA – always building on tradition when moulding future vision.
The word Kerry emblazoned on the chest is synonymous with our jersey for more than one reason, of course it signifies the county, the Kingdom and all it encompasses but it also denotes Kerry Group who as always, are responsible for the sponsorship of this new jersey. Kerry Group are a tremendous support to Kerry GAA in all areas and something which we are very grateful for and value immensely.
Wearing this jersey instils pride in the community, a sense of belonging for everyone, a pride for our county and a profound admiration for the players who wear it, representing our county with unmatched passion and dedication on the field. We hope that this new jersey will bring success to both the county and the dedicated players donning it throughout the season.
The Kingdom will wear this jersey for the 2024 campaign for all home games and will revert to the alternative strip when there is a clash of colour. The jersey will be available in store in the Kerry GAA Store in Killarney and online through the GAA Store and through O’Neills from Friday.
Quote from O’Neills:
“O’Neills is delighted to have worked with Kerry GAA on their 2024 Home jersey. A tribute to tradition and innovation, it is a modern take on the 1984 champions jersey. The timeless dark green and gold is combined with a ribbed knit collar to create the classic look. As the jersey is unveiled, we echo the pride of Kerry GAA, uniting the past, present, and future. It will no doubt be an exciting year ahead for Kerry GAA and we wish them the best of luck for the season ahead.”