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Entering the League1 Ontario picture back in August of last year and praised for their dedication to professionalism, the Sudbury Cyclones have maintained this motif in their online unveiling of the side’s inaugural jerseys ahead of the 2024 League2 Ontario season.

Posted to their social media channels, the Cyclones showed off both their home and alternate kits to the world, modelled by some of their newest signings including keeper Josh Bondon and Stan Pankiewicz.

Sudbury Cyclones 2024 Home Kit
Photo Credit: Sudbury Cyclones

The home kit reveals a sharp navy-to-green fade, drawing the colour from the Cyclones’ crest first shown off back in January. It additionally confirms that the ‘leaked’ image of a jersey from said brand reveal party at the start of the year was legitimate, however the club has seemingly opted for a dark shade of blue than what was initially published.

The club has also clearly been able to lean heavily into their local market, presumably by way of their ownership group SWSE and their local connections, with multiple local sponsors adorning the sleeves, shorts, and chest of the kits.

Photo Credit: Sudbury Cyclones

Sudbury’s alternate kit does not reinvent the wheel, nor does it need to. A clean, simple, white kit with the adjoining navy sleeves is finished off nicely with the green trim. The composition may also have some fans seeing a striking resemblance between this kit and that of the Ottawa Fury from their final season in 2019. However, that resemblance is surely coincidental.

Cyclones merch, including replica jerseys, are available in-store at Greater Sudbury Apparel as well as on their website here.

Owned by SW Sports and Entertainment, League2 Ontario’s first ever club is hoping to create a match-day experience that will prove a big draw in The Big Nickel. Chairmen Dario Zulich and Bob Johnston are no strangers to sporting ventures in the area, also having stakes in the Sudbury Wolves Hockey Club, Sudbury Five Basketball Club, and Sudbury Spartans Football Club.

Ambitious plans for the Cyclones are also in the works with the ownership group is planning on expanding the amenities and facilities at the James Jerome Sports Complex including by adding more permanent features like VIP seating/boxes and a press box. The use of sister club assets – like the Sudbury Wolves’ team bus – are also in play to assist and grow the fledgling L2O side.

The Sudbury Cyclones kick off their 2024 season with their first-round bout of the L1 Cup, taking on L1O-Championship side FC London at Sudbury’s own James Jerome Sports Complex on April 20. They will then host Alliance United FC’s reserve squad in regular season action on May 4, once again at home.

All details pertaining to tickets and schedules can be found at

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