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Vancouver FC von CanPL ist bereit, in neuen alternativen Trikots für 2024 aufzublühen – SportsLogos.Net News

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The Canadian Premier League team, Vancouver FC, has unveiled its new alternative jerseys for 2024, drawing inspiration from the blooming cherry blossoms, a true sign of spring in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia.

The jerseys, manufactured by Macron, feature a soft pink base with a pattern of cherry blossom petals in various darker pink tones cascading down the shirt.

With a slight change in temperature, an explosion occurs. From white. From pink. Of spring. Of hope. Suddenly, the streets of the Lower Mainland are lined with delicate buds of pastel-colored flowers. The gloom of winter is over, and our community awakens amidst the diversity of pink shades. The return of the cherry blossom trees, a phenomenon that has adorned the area for over 60 years, marks a new beginning for all of us.

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The Vancouver FC crest is in black and gray on the left chest. Sponsor logos on the chest and sleeve are printed in solid black, as well as the names and numbers on the back. The crew neck collar and sleeve cuffs are black with a wide white stripe in the middle.

„The blossoms symbolize renewal and vitality, perfectly fitting with our club’s renewed ambitions as we enter the 2024 season of the Canadian Premier League with a newly assembled squad,“ Vancouver FC stated in their announcement.

But the cherry blossom jersey not only looks good; they will also be raising money for a good cause. A portion of the proceeds from each jersey sold will be donated to the Pink Shirt Day Campaign, aiming to combat bullying in sports, schools, and all areas of young people’s lives.

„This jersey is our very own pink jersey for 2024, and we hope people wear it proudly to support their club and contribute to a greater cause,“ said Stephanie Wood, VFC Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. „Not many people know the origin story of Pink Shirt Day. It started here in Canada, and we hope to keep that spirit alive by using our platform for positive change.“

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Vancouver FC will kick off their regular CanPL 2024 season on Sunday, 14th April, hosting Valor FC from Winnipeg at Willoughby Community Park in Langley Events Centre. Their first away game – and possibly their first chance to wear the cherry blossom jerseys – will take place on Friday, 26th April, as they visit York United.

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