Ranking the new 2018 MSL kits: Which is our No.1?

Not someone usually up to date with all the latest fashion trends, Vijhay Vick has done his best to put his designer cap on and judge the jerseys Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams are wearing in 2018. Here is his verdict, in descending order…

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Considerably the smaller of the two Ipoh-based teams in the MSL, their jerseys tell the same story.

Apart from the pink goalkeeper jersey, their other three shirts all seem to be in the same design and are only differentiated by colour.

The orange home kit has a black line on each sleeve and looks as if the club will be perpetually in mourning, looking akin to a black armband. The black is replaced by dark blue on the second jersey.



Black and white is their identity and Terengganu have done better to step away from what looked like an inmate's uniform last year, although this year’s version looks a bit plain.

The stripes are wider this time around and there are less of them, yet we feel the black stripes could have been slimmer. The second shirt has a greyish pattern on the shoulders and the bottom end of the sleeves.

Meanwhile, the Turtles will don a black strip on their travels.

Lastly, Terengganu have a new logo, which is simple and modern and carries the colours of the State.


Sports retailer Al-Ikhsan are sponsoring three teams this season and all of them use pretty much the same colours home and away. Kedah's green and yellow top is the only difference colour-wise.

The design on the shirts are different thought. Negeri and Perak share similar collar and sleeve linings, using the colours of the respective states.

Negeri Sembilan have different fading effects on the horizontal stripes on both their home and away jerseys.