Show them you’re a part of the flock while remembering one of the best results of Madison’s inaugural season.
Having captivated the country with their forward-thinking social presence and clever look, Madison had seemingly become a cult favorite before they had even kicked a ball. But as is typically the case, expansion seasons can be tough for new teams. However, one of the brightest memories from that first season was a resounding 4-1 home win at Breese Stevens Field over North Texas. Don Smart, the club’s first signing, bagged a brace, and Josiel Núñez and James Banks each added another, giving the ‘Mingos the joint-biggest win of their first campaign.
The match side prominently features the proud flamingo, a bird known worldwide for being native to Madison, Wisconsin. The reverse features even more motifs of the majestic bird — because you can never have enough ‘mingos.