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2020 K League Kits

It's that time of year: renewed optimism amongst the fans, anticipation of the new season ahead, transfer rumours, and of course, K League teams releasing images of their new kits for the forthcoming season. K League United has compiled new images from clubs which have already released their new kits. Last update: 13th January 2020, 12:47.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors


K League 1 Champions Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors released images of their new home kit for 2020 at the tail end of last year, even using it for the final match of the season - the Green Warriors' dramatic 1-0 victory over Gangwon FC which sealed the title. Jeonbuik's new kit will be on sale from February 2nd via the club's online store.

Suwon Samsung Bluewings


Suwon Bluewings also released images of their new kit before the end of last season with German manufacturer Puma proving official teamwear for the second consecutive year. Bluewings' new kit isn't on sale just yet but will be available to purchase via the club's official website in due course.

FC Seoul


FC Seoul are yet to release images of their home kit but the capital club's away kit will be the same as of last season. Seoul keep each kit for two seasons, alternating each year which one will change. In 2019 the capital club released a new away kit which will be used for 2020. FC Seoul merchandise can be purchased via the club's online store or at Fan Park, located outside World Cup Stadium Subway Station Exit 2.

Pohang Steelers

Image via Pohang Steelers
Pohang released images of a retro inspired selection of kits on Friday 10th January. The design is said to celebrate 30 years of their home stadium, Pohang Steelyard. Fans aren't able to purchase the new kit just yet, but will be able to do so via the club's merchandise partner Ravona in due course.

Gangwon FC

Image via Gangwon FC
Gangwon FC have switched from Puma to Korean company Applerind, the same kit suppliers who make those of Daejeon Korail, the side which dumped Kim Byungsoo's side out of the FA Cup. Pre-orders were being taken via the club's Naver Store for 60,000 Won.

Daejeon Hana Citizen

No official images have been released yet but Daejeon Hana Citizen are set for a slight change to their traditional "purple" following Hana Financial Group's takeover.

Ulsan Hyundai






Pre-orders for the Horangi's 'heritage of Ulsan' kits will be on sale from 14th January via the clubs official online store.

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