Rangers unveil new jerseys for 2019 season with single-game tickets now on sale

The Swope Park Rangers unveiled the club’s new primary and secondary jerseys on Thursday ahead of the 2019 USL Championship season.

The primary kit features a dark indigo base with orange elements, including the Ivy Investments wordmark and a thin, vertical white stripe running down both sides of the uniform. A dark indigo wordmark and horizontal stripes adorn the predominantly white secondary kit.

Both jerseys are complete with orange socks, the SPR crest and adidas logo across the chest, and the iconic adidas three stripes along the shoulders.

Both jerseys will be on sale at every Rangers home match during the 2019 USL Championship season. For the second straight year, SPR will host regular-season games at world-class Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Single-game tickets for all 17 home matches are now on sale at SeatGeek.com, while SPR season tickets are also available by calling 888-4KC-GOAL.

In addition, Sporting Kansas City Season Ticket Members have access to a limited number of complimentary Rangers tickets and can contact their Membership Services Executive for more information.

Led by second-year head coach and former Sporting Kansas City midfielder Paulo Nagamura, the Rangers have advanced to the USL Championship postseason in all three years of their existence. SPR claimed Western Conference titles in 2016 and 2017 to become the first club in league history to make consecutive appearances in the USL Cup Final.

Since 2016, the Rangers have helped develop six players who have gone on to earn MLS contracts with Sporting KC. The club has also served as a bridge between the Sporting KC Academy and the first team, with 12 Academy products earning playing time for SPR last season.

The Rangers will begin their 2019 USL Championship campaign on March 9, visiting New York Red Bulls II at noon CT at MSU Soccer Park. SPR will then host Pittsburgh Riverhounds FC in their Children’s Mercy Park home opener on March 23, slated for 4 p.m. CT. Each of the club’s 34 regular-season contests will stream live on ESPN+.

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