2018-19 Uniform FAQ

Q: I'm a returning player who participated on a Seacoast United club team during the 2017/18, will I keep the same number for 2018/19?
 Not necessarily.  When the club begins a new 2-year uniform cycle, new numbers will be issued across the club to all players. The home/away jerseys are valid for the 2018-2020 seasons (2-year cycle).  Please do not assume your jersey number from prior years will carry over to the new uniform cycle.

Q: I'm a new player joining Seacoast United for the 2018/19 season.  What uniform pieces do I need?
As a new player joining the club for 2018/19, you will need the home/away kits for the club you've been selected for, as well as the training kit package.  Please do not order your uniform packages until you have been assigned a jersey number by your club registrar.  The Warmup Top & Pant were new as of 2017/18 and will remain current for the 2018/19 season.

Q: What is the current uniform cycle?  How long are my uniforms used for?
A: The Home/Away kits run on a 2 year cycle and are valid from fall 2018 through spring 2020 (the 2018/19 season and the 2019/20 season).  Training Kits are valid for 1 year.  The 2018/19 training kit consists of a black jersey, black shorts, and white socks for all Seacoast United clubs.  The warmup top and pant are current for 2 years, beginning fall 2017 through spring of 2019.  The club alternates the life cycle of the game kits and warmups to help spread out the costs related to uniform purchases for the families.

Numbers assigned by the club are only valid during the 2016-2018 uniform cycle and will be completely reassigned beginning June 2018 for the 2018/19 season.

Q: I am changing from one Seacoast United club to another (for example, Hampton to Storm).  Do I keep my jersey number?
A: No, because Seacoast United is entering a brand new 2-year uniform cycle, all players will be receiving new numbers assigned by their club registrar. 

Q: Why are the training jerseys numbered?
A: The training jerseys are numbered to match the game kits in an effort to give teams a "3rd kit" option during the season for tournaments and league games. This also gives players from the various clubs 2 consistent uniforms in the event of player movement between rosters/locations.