The Gold Coast SUNS have today launched the club’s 2020 Indigenous Guernsey to celebrate its 10th season in the AFL competition.
The guernsey was designed by local Yugambeh man Luther Cora who has also been involved in a number of previous designs across the club’s history.
The red, blue and gold colours are synonymous to the traditional custodians of the Gold Coast and represent both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
Included on the guernsey is also the names of all current and past Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander SUNS AFL players.
The sun is the centrepiece of the design and is the representation of people coming together.
It is the same concept displayed on Gold Coast’s AFLW Indigenous guernsey which was the first to be used as a club’s primary clash guernsey.
The guernsey will be worn during Sir Doug Nicholls Round and when Gold Coast play Brisbane in the QClash and is now available for pre-order at the SUNS Shop.