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2016 K League Kits

A running list of the K-League Classic and Challenge kits as they're released or shown in training photos. Like what you see? Can't believe humans are being forced to wear these things? See one missing? We'd love to hear your comments below.

K League Classic

Gwangju FC






Incheon United



Jeju United


*same as 2015 season

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors




Jeonnam Dragons


Pohang Steelers




Sangju Sangmu




Seongnam FC




FC Seoul




Suwon FC



Suwon Samsung Bluewings


Ulsan Hyundai


K League Challenge

Ansan Mugunghwa


FC Anyang





Bucheon FC 1995



Busan IPark


Chungju Hummel



Daegu FC



Daejeon Citizen


Gangwon FC


Goyang Zaicro FC


Gyeongnam FC



Seoul E-Land




14 comments

  1. Red and black hoops have been done many times but that Pohang kit aint bad.

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  2. Yeah I'm liking the Pohang kits. White one not bad either. Are Daegu sponsored by a lap-dancing club now? ;)

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    1. Daegu's 'Angel Club' is the membership of voluntary sponsorship movement.
      Currently there are 50 members and a 1,000,000KRW is the minimum sponsorship fee.

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  3. Tough to go wrong with black, white, and red, right? Really like the simplicity of the kit as well. Far too many K League teams have too much going on. As for Daegu... I mean... I have no idea what else the Angel Club would be.

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  4. Noticed on the Pohang image it says "2016 ACL". Anyone know whether the K League kits will be slightly different? Wouldn't imagine so, but have seen in the past that sometimes there are small differences.

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    1. Caught that too. I can't imagine they'll have completely different kits just for that tournament... but I guess ya never know.

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  5. I am curious to see what FC Seoul's will be. I was not a fan of the last Le Coq offering. I find the Gwangju one intriguing. It looks like something a team from an over-40 softball league would sport.

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  6. I heard that the kit above is the training kit. not the match one. As a Daegu FC fan, Good news!

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  7. You can find another Daegu one here in red... two training kits? https://scontent-sea1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtp1/t31.0-8/12698608_949797195112127_2390256333931838997_o.jpg

    Ulsan's looks pretty much the same as last year's to me: https://scontent-sea1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/t31.0-8/1614302_547306508762092_5015707457336747014_o.jpg

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    1. Think that is just Ulsan's from last year, right? Have they officially unveiled this year's yet? As for Daegu, it does seem like grey and red are their colors this year. Which would be quite strange.

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  8. is there a way I can buy k league merchanise online, international postage. ebay is so hard to find anything and most k league teams not except international postage and have encryption like has if you need a korean number to log in so stupid. jeonbuk motors are the only team to accept fans internationally pisses me off.

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    1. The websites are quite difficult to login to and order from if you're not here in Korea. Unfortunately there aren't many better ways to purchase merchandise online. It's something we're looking into helping people with this year and will reply here if/when we come up with something.

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