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Kit Thread: What all 25 K League teams will be wearing in 2024


Uniforms, strips, jerseys, kits... whatever it is that you call them. All 25 K League teams have now unveiled what they'll be wearing for the forthcoming season and KLU has compiled a full thread of them.
Last update: 28th February, 14:10.

Daegu FC

Image via Daegu FC press release

Daegu FC were the first to unveil their new kits for the 2024 season. The theme is, according to the press release, "Born to Love DAEGU" and it'll be on sale online from 2 PM KST on Monday 5th February via the club's official store daegufcmall.co.krgoalstudio.com, and store.musinsa.com. There'll be a replica and an authentic version that's the same as what the players wear.

Ulsan HD

Image via Ulsan HD press release

Image via Ulsan HD press release
Ignore what the badge says, it is indeed Ulsan HD and not HD Ulsan. The first kit release under the new "Ulsan HD" name sees the Horangi return to a solid blue shirt but with yellow trim for the team's home strip in 2024 while the now customary white remains for the away. Both will be on sale via uhdshop.co.kr from 7 PM KST on Monday 29th January, priced at 151,000 KRW for the basic shirt and 199,000 for all the patches and a player name and number. Ulsan have also announced that the club will have an online shop for fans overseas - uhdshopworld.com.

Busan IPark

Image via Busan IPark press release

Image via Busan IPark press release

Busan IPark's first kits to be made by Mizuno were unveiled on Wednesday 31st January. The home shirt is named ARES, the Greek god of war and courage, while the away shirt is 'Ocean Blue' due to Busan's close proximity to the sea. Both are on sale via the club's online shop from Thursday 1st February starting at 100,000 Korean won.

Gangwon FC

Image via Gangwon FC press release

Gangwon FC's new home shirt sees the return of orange and black stripes, harking back to the 2014 season. The club says it will announce in due course when the 2024 kits go on sale.

Jeju United

Image via Jeju United press release


Image via Jeju United press release

Speed Up and Volume Up are the themes for this year's Jeju United kits. If you're in the market for a Jeju shirt then the fourth week of February is when they'll go on sale via the club's official website.

Gimcheon Sangmu

Image via Gimcheon Sangmu press release



Image via Gimcheon Sangmu press release

Image via Gimcheon Sangmu press release

Pride of Gimcheon is the theme for Gimcheon Sangmu's new kits. The stripes, various shapes and dots in the design represent a coming together for happiness through football. All four, including the "Shine Muscat" goalkeeper shirt, will be on sale from 6 PM KST on February 23rd via the club's online shop.

Jeonnam Dragons

Image via Jeonnam Dragons press release

Jeonnam Dragons, in the Year of the Blue Dragon, have unveiled their new kits. It sees a change of kit supplier to Mizuno. All will be on sale online from Monday 18th February at 12 noon via jdfcshop.com or at the club shop from the club's first home game of the season.

Pohang Steelers


Pohang Steelers have now unveiled their new K League and ACL kits. They're on sale already via fcphshop.com. They will be on sale in the club shop in time for the ACL Round of 16 second leg with Jeonbuk. The home shirt cost 151,000 KRW and initial stock is already sold out, while the away shirt costs 141,000 KRW.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors

Image via Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors Facebook

Image via Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors Facebook

The theme for Jeonbuk's new kits, in what is the club's 30th anniversary year, is "The momentum." However, details on when the kits go on sale will be announced at a later date.

Cheonan City

Image via Cheonan City press release

Cheonan City, for their second season in K League, have drafted in domestic design company Ravona to design their new kits. The design takes inspiration from the city of Cheonan's most well-known monuments, The Tower of the People which is located at the Independence Hall of Korea. The kits will be on sale from 13th February via the club's official online store cfcshop.kr and priced at 99,000 KRW.

Gyeongnam FC

Image via Gyeongnam FC press release

Image via Gyeongnam FC press release

Gyeongnam's new kits incorporate the province's flower, the rose, and, according to the press release, '055 artwork' - 055 being the dialing code. An authentic version, which is exactly the same as what the players wear, will be on sale online from Friday 9th until Tuesday 13th via the club's official online shop, priced at 120,000. Thereafter, a replica will be on sale in the club shop at Changwon Football Center 

Gimpo FC

Image via Gimpo FC press release

Gimpo FC's new kit, with a 2024 catchphrase of "Beyond the Limits", takes inspiration from the city's traditional colour green and manager Ko Jeong-woon's nickname "Jeoktoma," or Red Hare - a mythical horse from the Three Kingdoms. When the kits will be on sale will be announced via the club's official social media channels.

Suwon FC

Image via Suwon FC press release

Image via Suwon FC press release
"Only One, Suwon" is the name and theme of Suwon FC's new kits. It takes inspiration from the city of Suwon's four districts with four blue stripes. It is currently available for pre-order via the club's official online store, priced at 110,000 KRW for the authentic version while the replica costs 80,000.

Ansan Greeners

Image via Ansan Greeners press release

The design of Ansan Greeners' new kit draws from a combination of various shapes of nine landmarks in the city. It will be on sale via the club's online shop from February 26th and in store in time for the first home game of the season on March 1st.

Daejeon Hana Citizen

Image via Daejeon Hana Citizen press release

With the goal of becoming a "global football club", Daejeon have partnered with the global sports brand Puma. The new kits feature detailing of the club's home stadium as well as well as other city landmarks. The club will announce in due course more details about prices and sales period but it's expected to be on sale from the last week of February.

Chungnam Asan

Image via Chungnam Asan press release



"New challenge", new kit. In fact, Chungnam Asan have a third kit as well as home and away. The club will announce in due course when they'll go on sale.

FC Seoul

Image via FC Seoul press release

Image via FC Seoul press release

FC Seoul's new home kit harks back to 2004 and has the theme of 'Seoul Returns' as it's 20 years since the club started playing in Seoul World Cup Stadium. Accordingly, the kit's detailing has images of the stadium. All kits, including the white away kit, will be on sale from February 22nd via the club's official fan store and online shop.

Seongnam FC

Image via Seongnam FC press release

Seongnam FC's new home kit sees the club switch to black and white stripes and away from all black. Pre-orders begin on Friday 16th February and will run for seven days until Thursday 22nd via the club's online store, priced at 94,000 KRW.

Incheon United

Image via Incheon United Facebook

Image via Incheon United Facebook

Incheon United's new kits have also been unveiled. The club have shifted away from what's become the customary (obligatory) white kit and gone for yellow. The theme is "Spectrum" because all fans together are "United". How and when it will go on sale is all very complicated but will be available at the club's city centre shop from February 17th until the 21st for fan club members and initial sales for everyone else will take place from 22nd to 29th.

Seoul E-Land

Image via Seoul E-Land Facebook

Seoul E-Land's 10th anniversary year sees the club opt for a very regal-looking set of kits with gold detailing on both the home and away. The first phase of sales will begin on Tuesday 20th February at 5 PM via the club's online store and the base shirt is priced at 99,000 KRW.

Gwangju FC

Image via Gwangju FC Facebook

Gwangju FC's new kits are released under the theme "WAY TO ASIA" with the club entering the AFC Champions League for the first time in 2024. As well as the club's traditional yellow for the home shirt, the stripes are said to represent the soil of the southern province of Jeolla and, together, this represents the coming together of the fans, club, and staff as one. When the kits will be on sale online is to be announced by the club but the club shop will have them in stock from March 2nd.

Bucheon FC 1995

Image via Bucheon FC 1995 Facebook

Image via Bucheon FC 1995 Facebook

"1995 BLOSSOM" is the theme of Bucheon FC 1995's new kits. There's a retro feel to both and there's an emphasis on the year 1995, a particularly important year for the club, and there's blossom detailing which is to represent the flower of the city. Online sales will begin on Monday 26th February at 2 PM until Sunday 4th March at 23:59. They'll be available in-store from March 16th for the home fixture with Seoul E-Land with a price of 89,000 KRW.

Chungbuk Cheongju

Image via Chungbuk Cheongju Facebook

Image via Chungbuk Cheongju Facebook

Chungbuk Cheongju have seemingly let the designs do the talking with their 2024 kits very little has been said about them. They will be on sale from Monday 26th February at 2 PM, though, via the club's online store and at the club shop from March 2nd in time for the Jeonnam Dragons fixture. More information will be announced, according to a message on the club's social media channels.

FC Anyang

Image via FC Anyang press release
With a design that's said to emphasise the identity of the club and city, FC Anyang on Thursday 22nd February became the second-to-last K League club to release their kits for the new season. They are on sale already and until February 29th will be available online at a discounted price of 80,000 KRW (down from 89,000).

Suwon Samsung Bluewings

Image via Suwon Samsung Bluewings Facebook

Image via Suwon Samsung Bluewings Facebook

The final club to release their kits for the 2024 season is Suwon Samsung Bluewings, officially unveiling them on Wednesday 28th February - just four days before Yeom Ki-hun's men take on Chungnam Asan. However, those who watched the live stream of K League Media Day on Monday 26th February will have seen goalkeeper Yang Hyung-mo wearing the home outfield shirt. The base shirts cost 99,000 but full printing, including player name and number, will cost 143,000 and will be on sale in the club shop from Friday 1st March to Sunday 3rd and then from Tuesday 5th March via the club's online shop.


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