Toronto FC: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of TFC’s kits

TORONTO, ON - DECEMBER 09: Sebastian Giovinco
TORONTO, ON - DECEMBER 09: Sebastian Giovinco /
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TORONTO, ON – DECEMBER 09: Sebastian Giovinco /

Toronto FC enter a new season with a clean and fresh look. The away kit for the Reds has been released, and that means it’s time to look at the history of their jerseys.

Luckily for Toronto FC they’ve never really had a bad history of jerseys. Bad and ugly categories for this piece definitely vary on a supporter’s  point of view.

However, Toronto did have some decent at best displays over the course of time.

This year, Adidas seemed to hit the nail on the head with the release of TFC’s new away kit.

A sweet white design will keep TFC looking fresh away from BMO Field. The BMO logo itself is placed perfectly under the Reds’ logo. Along with all this, the red collar really makes the white kit stand out.

Throughout the Reds’ brief history, an array of kits may have been better or worse than this year’s away design. Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of TFC’s short time period of jersey displays.