Dropping as part of the ongoing 'Soccer For All' month, which showcases the collective efforts taking place throughout the League to foster more inclusive communities, adidas and MLS have launched 'Pride' training tops, which all teams have been wearing during pre-match warm-ups to show their support of the campaign.

MLS teams have been wearing the fresh adidas 'Pride' warm-up tops ahead of their games in the last couple of weeks as part of the 'Soccer For All' campaign. The shirt design utilises the same template for every team, which sees a navy base embellished by a colourful, wavy sublimated graphic across the whole body. Each club’s crest and sponsors are then added for the only point of difference, ensuring a unified look across the board in the fight for equality and inclusion.


While the commitment to the campaign is ongoing, Soccer For All month serves to showcase the collective efforts taking place throughout the league to foster more inclusive communities. “Soccer For All month provides a unique opportunity to highlight our collective efforts to foster inclusion and diversity in our stadiums and communities,” said JoAnn Neale, MLS President & Chief Administrative Officer in a statement.  “We are extremely proud of the deep commitment of our clubs to make everyone feel welcome at our games.


Pick up the MLS Pride Pre-Match Tops from mlsstore.com