The Macarthur FC Bulls have revealed the fledgling team's inaugural A-League jersey.
Crafted by Italian designers Macron, the home strip is a predominantly white jumper with a light grey bull decal and black and ochre trimming.
The club said the bull's head symoblised the rich history of the Macarthur region, when a herd of cattle escaped Sydney cove and found a home in the green pastures of the area.
The jersey also features a synthetic rubber patch which Macron designed and moulded into the club crest.
The back-neck of the shirt features the club's emblem surrounded by black and white bars, further paying homage to the colours synonymous with sport in the area.
Macarthur FC chairman Gino Marra said he was excited to see the release of the club's inaugural jersey.
"We are thrilled with the design of the club's inaugural playing strip," he said.
"Macron have a strong reputation of high-quality apparel and designs, and I believe this jersey will be forever remembered in the club's history.
"It was important for the club to strike a balance of honouring the rich history of the region, while at the same time resonating with the passionate fans we have."
Macarthur FC supporters can pre-order the 2020/21 inaugural home and away shirts now via the Macarthur FC Online Store.
Supporters will be able to collect their jersey from the Macarthur FC Experience Store at Macarthur Square when it opens in December 2020.