June 20 (UPI) -- The United States Men's National Team will debut a new jersey kit at the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
The Nike jerseys are red and dark blue striped. They feature a USA patch on the left chest. The sleeves are also navy, with a row of white stars on the shoulders. But the dark stripes on the jersey include more than what meets the eye. The navy horizontal bars feature a dark pattern of additional alternating stars.
The USMNT jerseys will only be used for the tournament, according to Footy Headlines. A photo of the leaked kit was posted to a forum on SportsLogos.net, according to the website. Photos have also been posted to Reddit forums.
Fox Sports reported on the new kits, via Footy Headlines.
Internet kit leakers posted several images of the new garb. SiriusXM FC Radio also offered a tweet of the jersey kit mock-up.
Here's a better resolution version of the leaked photo...it appears the kit will be on the 2016 Vaporswift template (not the newest). pic.twitter.com/ekumhx0n5p— Conrad Burry 🔴🐐🎨 (@conradburry) June 18, 2017
Photos of the USMNT's pre-match jersey have also been revealed by Footy Headlines.
Back in February, former USMNT star and soccer analyst Alexi Lalas tweeted that there would be two new uniforms for the USMNT, including one full-time and one just for the 2017 Gold Cup. FOX Sports' Rob Stone also confirmed the future Nike jerseys.
The USMNT has its first Gold Cup group stage match against Panama on July 8 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tenn. Its next match is a friendly at 4:45 p.m. EDT on July 1 against Ghana. The USMNT has three ties in its last four games. The team hasn't lost since a 4-0 World Cup qualifier defeat on November 15 to Costa Rica.
2 new uniforms. 1 new full-time and 1 new specific just for 2017 Gold Cup.— Alexi Lalas (@AlexiLalas) February 8, 2017