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For Our City: Titans ’24 City Jersey

The Gold Coast Titans' 2024 City Jersey is pressed and ready to be worn for this weekend’s Magic Round game against the Newcastle Knights this weekend.

Designed by 5th year member Paul Lemon, the 2024 City Jersey is distinctively Gold Coast through encompassing the values and colours of the place so many call home.

The Titans will be looking to capture the magic of their form twelve months ago when they downed the Parramatta Eels in the same round, although this time it will be without inspirational skipper Kieran Foran.

The pride in the Titans fan base has been evident this week on the back of an inspired win and the club will look to harness that energy once again come Saturday afternoon in the club's 2024 City jersey.

The ’24 City Jersey provides connection to the famous Gold Coast beaches through a distinct coastal design emphasising the aqua blue of the oceans and golden sand of the shores, which the Titans brand is synonymous with.

This connection is complimented by the use of icons depicting the Gold Coast lifestyle through surfing, beach and summer.

The ‘24 City Jersey further incorporates the city through displaying iconic places aligned with the Gold Coast through the distinct imprints of iconic coastal locations such as Rainbow Bay, Tallebudgera, Mermaid Beach, The Spit and Surfers Paradise.

Alike to the club's first city jersey ‘Neon Lights’ worn in 2021, this jersey is a recognition and tribute to the club's devoted members and also the coastal environment of which the Gold Coast Titans represent.

'24 City Jersey

Share your Gold Coast pride and be sure to get the ’24 City Jersey before its debut this week at Suncorp Stadium for Round 11 as the Titans take on the Newcastle Knights.

Designed by the fans, for the fans: Shop Here (available in Mens and Junior sizes)

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.