The Fort Worth Vaqueros minor league soccer team will be looking like sharp-dressed men for the 2016 season, which kicks off on April 30 at Texas Wesleyan University’s Martin Field.
A new pinstripe jersey design includes a small representation of the Fort Worth skyline, “We Are Fort Worth” sewn into the collar, and a ghost image of the Vaqueros shield on the back. The shirts are American made.
This year’s jersey sponsor is Chimera Brewing Company. The Magnolia Avenue brewery won a lottery yesterday that means the company logo will be featured on the jersey fronts.
“Adam Gonzales and the folks at Chimera have been part of the Vaqueros Family since the club began in 2014,” Vaqueros Director of Business Operations Tobias Xavier Lopez said in a statement. “They represent the spirit of Fort Worth by forging their own path, their own incredible pizzas and wonderful locally crafted beers. Chimera was already the official post-game spot for the Vaqueros and now they are the new jersey partner as well.”
Season seat holders get a free jersey that serves as their ticket into the matches. Adult season seats cost $80 while youth (6-16) cost $50.