The new home jersey which will be worn by all Mayo Intercounty footballers and hurlers for the 2021 season ahead has been revealed.
The new jersey takes inspiration from the pinstripes of the 2006 home jersey.
The jersey will incorporate the Intersport Elvery's brand for the twenty-fourth season and reflects the long-standing commitment to Mayo as a base for Intersport Elvery's national office and support of the county teams.
The jersey will also feature new secondary sponsor, PortWest, for the first time.
The newly-launched jersey is available from Thursday 8th April exclusively through Elverys.ie until stores across the country re-open.
Speaking on the 2021 Mayo jersey reveal Patrick Rowland, CEO of Intersport Elvery's, said “With so much uncertainty over the past year, it’s a great time to look to the future and reveal the brand-new Mayo jersey. Intersport Elvery's is deeply embedded in GAA and it is a privilege to once again present a new kit with O’Neill's which reflects on the past, but looks to the future. We remain behind the county teams as they develop and strive toward their aspirations in the coming season.”
Statement from Mayo GAA:
Liam Moffatt, Mayo GAA Chairman said "We are grateful for the ongoing support of our title sponsor Intersport Elvery's and look forward to the release of our new jersey which also features our new commercial partner Port West. Our partnership with Elvery's has developed over many years and this ongoing support has been a key pillar in highly competitive performances of our teams. Our new jersey embodies the colours synonymous with our history combined with optimism for the future. Mayo's loyal supporters have been instrumental over the years as our "16th man" and we, in Mayo GAA, are sincerely indebted for this support as we look forward to the season ahead.
Mayo LGFA Chairperson, Des Phillips, commented “Once again Mayo Ladies are delighted to come together with the Men’s to launch this jersey with our title sponsor Intersport Elvery's who have supported us for the past number of years. We’re thankful to all our supporters, including our sponsors, who are as passionate about the sport as we are.”