Manly Warringah Sea Eagles today launched our 2018 Indigenous Jersey to be worn at our Round 10 home game against the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on May 12.
The designer of the jersey, Jakeob Watson, attended Sea Eagles training to present proud Indigenous player Joel Thompson with the jersey.
The jersey will be available for retail at the end of April, however Sea Eagles Members and fans can now pre-order their jersey via our online store here.
Here is Jakeob Watson’s overview of the cultural significance behind the jersey.
‘This painting represents the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles club and all their supporters.
The 15 white circles represent each of the other clubs within the NRL and the connecting lines show the paths travelled to and from these towns for games.
The circle on the bottom right represents the playing group coming together and getting ready to fight alongside one another every week, the top right circle represents the family’s partners and children of the players and the one on the left is the supporters group, and then you have the sea eagle always flying over watching everyone along the way and protecting them and making sure they are ok.’
2018 SEA EAGLES INDIGENOUS JERSEY
$144 for Members