THE Matildas new kit has been unveiled in the lead up to the FIFA Women's World Cup in France.
Nike designed the interesting look for the Australian women's national team and it was launched in Paris on Monday.
The home kit, part of a first-ever collection designed exclusively for the Matildas, channels the early 90s and is similar to the infamous Socceroos kit - the "spew" shirt .
Melbourne’s famous Hosier Lane, a globally recognised street art hot spot, the famed golden wattle and macro and micro shots of the Australian landscape all feature in the graphic.
The words “Never Say Die” are printed inside the kit, a reference to a common rallying cry among the Matildas.
“The kit is unreal, it’s such a different take on what we've seen in the past and we couldn’t have hoped for a better looking home jersey,” Matildas captain, Sam Kerr said.
“To have a kit designed just for the Westfield Matildas to play in, it’s a dream come true, and we are honoured to be pulling on the green and gold. The socks are pretty wild too.”
The kit will debut on April 4 in Colorado when the Westfield Matildas take on the United States.
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