Orlando City SC unveiled its 2014 USL PRO kit, the final iteration of the jerseys the club will wear in the third-tier of American professional soccer.

The Lions will be moving up to Major League Soccer in 2015, and that likely will bring a change in logo, as well as other possible alterations to the club's look. 

On Saturday in downtown Orlando in the Wall Street area, the club unveiled its look for this season. The home jersey was a simple purple uniform with white sleeves. The club also unveiled a white jersey with a thick purple stripe running down the left side of the chest. 

The club also unveiled both black and red goalkeeper jerseys, both of which had a white stripe that mimicked the road shirt.

Orlando City will open the 2014 USL PRO season on March 22 on the road and will host the first game of the season at Disney's Wide World of Sports on March 29. 

What are your thoughts on the look?

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