The Gold Coast Titans will celebrate the centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force with a specially designed jersey for the NRL’s Anzac Round.
The round seven clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Cbus Super Stadium will see the Titans don the jersey which was designed in conjunction with the RAAF.
The colouring of the jersey aligns with the “Air Superiority Grey” used by RAAF aircraft, with the camouflage pattern also giving a subtle nod to military attire.
The jersey features the RAAF’s newest F-35 fighter jet with a dramatic exhaust plume on the front and back, the same jet that takes centre stage in the RAAF centenary logo.
The RAAF centenary logo is proudly featured on the back of the Titans jersey.
Titans CEO Steve Mitchell says it’s great to be able to acknowledge the contribution and service that many men and women have given through the RAAF.
“The NRL’s ANZAC round is such an important piece in our calendar as we commemorate the contribution that all in the armed services have given our country.
“Being able to join with the RAAF for our game against Souths to help tell the centenary story is something that we’re really proud to be able to do.
“The RAAF centenary tagline of ‘Then. Now. Always.’ features on the collar of our jersey, and is a reminder of how important the Air Force has been to Australians.”
100 of the special edition jerseys will go on sale as part of the centenary celebration, with tickets available to the match on Friday 23rd April at Cbus Super Stadium.
Pre-order now and receive your jersey for our clash against the Rabbitohs.