MK Dons Kits For 2016/17 Launched

Relegated from the Sky Bet Championship, MK Dons have been installed as one of the favourites for promotion from Sky Bet League One in 2016/17.

Supporters are eagerly awaiting the meetings with AFC Wimbledon who sealed promotion with a play-off final win over Plymouth Argyle at Wembley. Wimbledon’s heirs apparent meet at Stadium MK on 10th December and at Kingswood on 14th March 2017.

MK Dons Third Kit 2016-17

MK Dons 2016/17 Home Kit

This is the 2016/17 home kit to be worn by MK Dons.

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All-white, it is the second kit designed by Italian firm, Errea, after they replaced Sondico in 2015 as MK Dons preferred supplier.

The shirt follows a straightforward template with no trim beyond sponsor logos, manufacturers trademarks and the club crest.

The crew-necked collar has a filled v-pattern at the front of the neckline above the Errea mark on the right breast and MK Dons club crest on the left. Primary sponsor for the third year running is Suzuki.

The shorts have club crest on the right thigh with Errea’s mark on the left, sitting below a large imprint of the player’s squad number.

MK Dons 2016/17 Away Kit

This is the away kit MK Dons will wear for the 2016/17 season.

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The away kit follows the same template as the home kit but is in all-red. With the change of colour, the white piping becomes clearer with the filled v-shape below the front of the collar, surrounded by x-piping. The shoulders and legs on each leg have white piping with the sleeve cuffs featuring a thin white stripe.

MK Dons 2016/17 Third Kit

This is the MK Dons third kit for next season.

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The all-red template for the away kit is swapped for all-black. The design has proven immensely popular among supporters with MK Dons reporting it to be a big seller in their club shop.

Whereas the away kit has white piping, the third kit has gold instead. It creates a pleasing aesthetic for the design with the hemline at the bottom of the shirt standing out more than the white on the away kit.

It completes a stylish collection of kits for the Dons next season.


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