2022 Indigenous Round Kit Revealed



MetroStars will be wearing a special match kit in this Friday night’s Indigenous Round match against Croydon FC at Jack Smith Park.


The match kit was designed by Shaciara Marron, who particiates in MetroStars’ Aboriginal Football Academy as part of the South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy.


Shaciara’s story on her design:


“This design not only represent people coming together but the different cultures, identities and beliefs each individual person has.


The colours I have picked to use for this kit are red, white and yellow with a black as the base. I have picked these colours because not only are they the MetroStars colours but they are also the aboriginal colours.


Each part of this design represents something different that all connects together.


The boomerang represents the Aboriginal culture and the history behind it from the past, present and the future. The colourful dots exiting the boomerang represent people coming together to play a game they love.


That each individual person has different culture, identity and beliefs. I have added in emu footprints in to my design as they are a native animal to Australia and are one of the only animals in the world that can not walk backwards. The reason I have added these foot prints into my design is because the meaning behind it to me is that once the players step onto the field they can not move backwards but only forwards.”


MetroStars would like to thank Shaciara on her wonderful design which our players will wear with honour on Friday night.


The Player of the Match will receive the Travis Dodd Medal.


The event is proudly being sponsored by our community partner Beyond Bank.


Match Details:

Croydon FC vs MetroStars

Friday 10 June – 7:30pm KO

Jack Smith Park, Novar Gardens





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