2021 Nicky Winmar Indigenous Guernsey
On April 17th 1993, Nicky Winmar made a stand against racism at Victoria Park. A silhouette of his iconic “I’m Black and I’m Proud” pose sits on the front of the jumper as a defining moment in his legacy.
Two Willy Wagtails, Nicky’s family totem, feature on the front of the jumper to represent both of his parents.
The stencils seen on the back of the guernsey are inspired by traditionally Indigenous splatter techniques and feature Nicky’s very own hands. They represent teamwork and demonstrate Nicky’s eternal connection to the club and its current group of players - he will always have their back.