Introducing the Swansea City 2022-23 away kit
OUR HISTORY. OUR FUTURE. OUR WAY.
EIN HANES. EIN DYFODOL. EIN FFORDD.
Swansea City and Joma are excited to reveal the club’s vibrant and retro-inspired away kit for the 2022-23 Championship season.
The eye-catching orange, royal blue and white design harks back to the Swans’ away kit between 1993 and 1995, with that period including the club’s first trip to Wembley as Frank Burrows led his side to Football League Trophy success.
The kit has remained a cult favourite among the Jack Army over the intervening years, and has been updated and modernised for the new season.
The body of the shirt is ‘golden poppy’ orange with royal blue trim, with the sleeves seeing those colours incorporated with white for a patterned finish.
The design is completed by royal blue shorts, while the golden poppy socks feature royal blue and white trim.
The yellow away goalkeeper kit also nods to a Swans shirt from the early 1990s, with the black embossed motif seen on the home kit recalling the away kit from the 1992-93 season.
The kit is completed by yellow shorts and yellow socks sporting a black trim.
We believe these new kits – as well as our home designs revealed earlier this week – represent a blend of the three key elements of what it means to be a Jack.
They are a strong pride in the rich history and heritage of our club and city, a desire for a bright, successful, sustainable future, and a strong identity that will see us do things our way – the Swansea Way – on the field under head coach Russell Martin and his staff.
Our History. Our Future. Our Way.
Ein Hanes. Ein Dyfodol. Ein Ffordd.
As previously announced, the club crest for this season has been updated and represents a modernised version of that used on Swansea City’s kits between 1992 and 1997.
Two local brands feature on the kit, with Swansea University adorning the front of shirt having been front of kit for all jerseys over the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons.
Swansea Building Society, meanwhile, will be displayed on the back of the shirt.
As with our home kits, Joma’s design is made from 100 per cent recycled polyester as part of Joma’s initiative to stop ocean pollution and eliminate plastic waste through the development of recycled products.
The fabric provides excellent breathability thanks to the state of the art micromesh finish, while Joma’s flatlock seam system provides elasticity and freedom of movement.
Supporters should be aware that replica kit products have had a slight price increase for the 2022-23 season, with a maximum increase of £3 per product. Prices for the new home and home goalkeeper kits are as follows:
Adult jersey: £48
Ladies jersey: £48
Youth jersey: £38
Adult shorts: £23
Youth shorts: £18
Adult socks: £9.50
Youth socks: £9.50
Babies/Infant kits: £38
HOW TO BUY
The Jack Army can pre-order the 2022-23 home replica shirt online now through the Swans store.
Any pre-ordered kits will be dispatched at the end of June.
The Swansea.com Stadium club shop is currently closed and will reopen from 9.30am on Saturday, July 2. The shop will also open on Sunday, July 3 from 11am.
After this initial re-opening weekend, the shop will open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 9.30am and 5.30pm. If there are any changes to this schedule, we will endeavour to let fans know via the Swans Store website.
CLICK AND COLLECT
Our click and collect service is currently closed and will return from Thursday June 30.
From this date, fans will be able to collect their shopping between 7.30am and 2pm from Monday to Friday.
We ask fans to wait until they receive a confirmation email to say their order is ready for collection before attending the warehouse. We are expecting a high volume of orders and hope to minimise queues where possible. We thank supporters for their understanding and patience with this process.
EXCHANGES & RETURNS
Supporters now have 28 days to return their items if they are unhappy with them to get a refund or to exchange the goods with a valid receipt as proof of purchase. Terms and conditions apply.
SHIRT PRINTING & SIZING
Supporters are advised that they will not be able to have the names and numbers of current players printed on their jerseys until the start of the season, this is in order to protect supporters should any of the current squad elect to change numbers for the 2022-23 campaign. Squad numbers will be formally submitted to the EFL just before the season commences.
However, printing will be available for supporters wanting to personalise kit with their own names.
Printing will be available online and in-store - queues are likely at the club shop and fans may be asked to wait in busier periods.
Sizes for this season can run a size small; therefore, please order a size bigger if in doubt.
Loyalty cash has refreshed for the 2022-23 season, with season ticket holders and corporate members able to collect cash back on merchandise purchased. Full information on loyalty cash is available HERE.