OKC Energy FC, Oklahoma City’s USL club unveiled their new kit range ahead of the 2017 season. Formed in 2013, the club is affiliated with former MLS champions, Sporting Kansas City.
Their local rivals are the Tulsa Roughnecks, a name which rings through history as one of the first wave of NASL franchises. The ‘Black Gold derby’ is played for a four-foot wrench painted in the colours of both teams, awarded to the club that has the best record in the regular season.
The 2017 got off to a slow start, with the Rio Grande Valley FC Toros winning at the Taft Stadium by a single goal to nil.
OKC ENERGY 2017 KITS
These are the OKC Energy 2017 kits:
The home with is green and white while the away strip uses a blue and gold colour scheme.
A green background on the home shirt houses white stripes down the front, in a faded effect. Reminiscent of the Hummel chevrons, the stripes form the shape of an oil well drill bit. The sleeves are all-white while the v-neck is green.
The shorts are white while there is a similar green pattern around the bottom of each leg.
Away from home, OKC Energy will wear a navy blue kit while the sleeves feature gold chequered patterns. The design repeats on the outside of each leg of the shorts.