All-Ireland champions Dublin have released their new jersey ahead of the start of the 2019 season as they look to complete the “drive for five” in style.
The Dubs released their new home kit on Thursday morning and it features a number of differences from the one that saw both the men’s senior and the ladies senior team claim All-Ireland success last month.
The most notable difference is in the collar which is no longer white as it was last season, changing to navy, while the three white stripes which used to go all the way down the sleeve now stops at the shoulder in what is a subtle change.
Here it is, the new Dublin home jersey 💙
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) October 11, 2018
There are also changes to the sleeves and the shorts with the introduction of a navy dimpled design on the ends of each.
This season, Dublin will be looking to win their fifth All-Ireland title in a row after they comfortably saw off challengers Tyrone in this year’s Sam Maguire decider.
The Next Chapter. New from @DubGAAOfficial.
— O'Neills (@ONeills1918) October 11, 2018
The jersey will be available in stores from 2 pm on Friday, however, there is also a pre-order option for Dubs fans who can’t wait that long.