SEATTLE — The USWN will wear their new uniforms in the 2018 Olympics.
They’re more comfortable than ever, the team announced Wednesday.
The USW-Canada women’s soccer team will wear the new uniform, which was created with input from the US Soccer Federation.
The NWSL announced in January that it would debut its own uniforms in 2019.
The uniforms will feature new colors and are a combination of two existing NWSL uniforms, one of which was worn by the Canadian women in the 2014 World Cup.
The women will wear black shorts with a contrasting collar and a hooded jersey.
The back of the jersey is now white.
The sides are now red.
The jersey has two vertical stripes that run vertically across the chest.
The shorts have the same collar as the men’s shorts, but now have a white stripe on the top, a red stripe on each side, and a black stripe at the knee.
The jerseys have two vertical bars along the chest and waist, which are now yellow.
The collar is now blue.
The chest is now black with black piping, and the sides are yellow with white piping.
The hooded jerseys are now white with a yellow stripe on both the front and back.
The pants are now orange with black stripes.
The sleeves are now black.
The back of each jersey is white.
The team will start playing in the World Cup on March 9.
The women are expected to debut in mid-October.
The men’s team will debut in 2019 and the women in 2024.