The club's away jersey for the season. Picture: BT/Syarif Rasani and Courtesy of DPMM FC
DPMM FC team manager Ali Hj Momim (L) and coach Steve Kean pose for a photo with their new home jersey for the 2014 S-League season after the player and sponsor signing ceremony at the Centrepoint Hotel in Gadong on Thursday. Picture: BT/Syarif Rasani and Courtesy of DPMM FC
DPMM FC have unveiled their jerseys for the upcoming Singapore League (S-League) season.
Brunei's most famed football club announced their squad for the 2014 season on Thursday, after which their team manager Ali Hj Momin and coach Steve Kean posed with their home jersey for the season - with the club releasing a photo of their away jersey yesterday.
The jerseys go on sale at all major sports outlets in the country from today.
DPMM FC will take on Japanese outfit Albirex Niigata (S) FC in their first S-League game on Feb 22 at the Jurong East Stadium in Singapore.
DPMM FC are then set to host Warriors FC on Feb 28 in their first home game of the season at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Berakas.
Next up for the two-time Singapore League Cup champions are Home United, who they will play at the home of Singapore football - the Jalan Besar Stadium - on March 13.
Kean's men will face a tough test of character in their fourth game of the season on March 23 when they go head-to-head with titleholders Tampines Rover FC at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium.
DPMM FC finished runners-up to Tampines in the 2012 season, losing out on the title by one point on the last day of the season in what has been their best S-League season in three years.
Last year's campaign was not so successful though, and the team failed to defend their Singapore League Cup crown after going down 4-0 to Balestier Khalsa FC in the final.
In the S-League, meanwhile, the club finished eighth in a season plagued by injury worries and import woes.
The club have since released Portuguese striker Joao Moreira, Lithuanian striker Arturas Rimkevicius and Brazilian defender Tales Ricarte dos Santos last year after already releasing three other imports earlier in the year.
The only foreign player they retained for this year's league is Brazilian Rodrigo Tosi, the striker joining the new trio of Irish midfielder Joseph Gamble, Croatian midfielder Roberto Alviz and Bosnian defender Boris Raspudic.
The club have already signed 19 local players and are on the lookout for a marquee import player - understood to be a striker - to complete their squad.
The S-League transfer window closes on March 22.