User:Pirmas697/Detroit City FC Kit History
This table contains all known combination of Detroit City FC kits (shirt, shorts, socks) worn in an official capacity since the inception of the club. If you know of other combinations and have photographic evidence of their usage, please feel free to reach out to me. Training tops are not included. Training tops or other unreleased kits that might've been used in a friendly are likewise not included. Combinations of official kits that appeared in friendlies are included, especially if shared on official team social media accounts.
|Year||Manufacturer||Title Sponsor||Home||Away||Alternate||Charity||Charity Benefited||Notes|
||None||None||None||Crest was on the right side of the kit.|
||Wounded Warriors||Rouge socks with the away kit appear in a few pictures including matchday.|
||Ruth Ellis Foundation||Detroit City claimed their kits were the first official "pride" kits worn by a team in the US. Not verified. Season was remembered for having neither the home nor the away kit available for sale. Fans were able to purchase a gold training top with a red stripe down through the badge. Extra kits were later sold during the DCFC "garage sale" winter of 2019 along side other seasons' kits and shorts from all seasons.|
|2015||Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers||
||Freedom House Detroit|
||Alternatives for Girls||Alternate kit was for the international friendly against Glentoran. Detroit City wore kits in the colors of the Detroit Cougars including the crest. The grey charity kits came at the height of the "Wolfpack" moniker that dominated much of the 2017 season.|
||United Community Housing Coalition|
||We the People of Detroit||The combination of away top and home shorts was nicknamed the "Kit-Man Moy" combo and was first worn because of a clash with visiting side Toledo Villa FC. It was worn a few times afterwards as well, even without a clash. Was also worn against the LA Force in Detroit City's first game as a professional side before the spring portion of the 2019–20 was aborted.|
|2020||Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers||
||None||None||The combination of home top with away shorts was spotted at a mid-season friendly played behind closed doors against Pittsburgh Riverhounds. The COVID pandemic meant that there was no charity match or kit.|
Colors are broadly grouped together (e.g. "sky blue" still falls under "blue") by the main color of the shirt's body.
|Rouge||'12, '13, '14, '15, '16, '17, '18, '19, '20, '21||10|
|White||'13, '14, '15, '16, '18, '19, '20||7|
|Black||'14, '15, '17, '19||4|
|Gold||'12, '17, '21||3|
Below is are listings of the broad elements included on the various kits.
|Plain||'12, '16, '19, '21||4|
|Single Hoop||'13, '15||2|
|Plain||'12, '15, '16, '17, '18||5|
|Off-colored Sleeves||'13, '19, '21||3|
|W/ Collar||'15, '18||2|
|Plain||'15, '16, '17 (x2), '19||5|
|Other Design||'13, '14||2|
Matched Set Years
A "matched set" is defined as when at least the home and away kits share elements or aesthetics.
|Kit Season/Year||Element||Kits using element|
|2012||Plain kit||Home, Away|
|2013||Single rouge hoop||Home, Away|
|2016||Plain kit||Home, Away, Charity|
|2020||Pin stripes||Home, Away|