Warriors have always stuck to the traditional yellow/gold, white and green colours, throughout the years, our white kit has been kept to an almost plain colour with no excessive detail.
Before the Warriors took on Cameroon last night in a match that ended one all, Warriors forwards Tendai Ndoro and Mathew Rusike provided us with a full picture of the new kit after the two players posted their respective shirts on Twitter.
Up until now, the new jersey was just a subject of speculation after the association dumped the Spanish sports clothing manufacturer Joma in favour of the Singapore-based sportswear maker Mafro.
Well, the effort isn’t that bad, after all, it’s tough to go wrong with a white shirt..and the Warriors have long rocked the colour.
The new addition to the Jerseys is the dash of red.
It would have been weird had the manufacturer chose the stripped design, something that we might never get used to seeing, glad the new makers kept it to one dominating solid colour.
The palin white jersey gives for a good accommodation of another red colour from our national flag, i would say the designers managed to keep the red to a minimum and it blended well with the white.
Mafro did well with a small splash of the red, although they decided to show it more on the back of the shirts through the numbering.
Zimbabweans hold their beloved soccer team to their hearts so much so that even a wrong kit design would trigger massive outrage.
Come to think of this, how would the team look in an all black kit…after all its a befitting intimidating colour for a Warrior (Hahaha won’t happen)