Adelaide United have released their new away kit which they will wear for the first time in next week's FFA Cup 2019 Round of 32 clash.
The Reds revealed their new away strip on Thursday which will be worn throughout the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season.
But fans will get a first look at it in action next week when they begin their FFA Cup title defence against Melbourne Knights.
The jersey, manufactured by the club's official on-field partner Macron, is a predominantly white strip with red trimming around the neck and shoulders.
There is also embossed white pinstripes on the front and back of the shirt which add some subtle character to the slim-fit jersey.
For winning last year's FFA Cup, becoming the first club to win the title twice, an embroidered white and gold FFA Cup Winners patch sits on the right side of the chest.
For the Hyundai A-League, the FFA Cup patch will be replaced by a special Hyundai A-League badge, while the Championship star will appear above the club logo.
The piping shrike, synonymous with South Australia, also appears at the top of the neck as does the club’s foundation year, 2003.
The away shorts and socks are both white too and feature a vertical red stripe on the outside of the shorts and socks, complementing the slick look.