DRAGONS have today launched this season’s first new alternate kit, in conjunction with new headline partners Compeed.

The news comes just hours after the launch of the team's new home shirt.

Dragons – working alongside official kit partners VX3 – have said they are delighted to reveal the striking new teal kit, with the bright, fresh and eye-catching design which celebrates their partnership with Compeed.

Inspired by Compeed’s distinctive brand colours, the vibrant new-look kit features the headline partners prominently down the side panels.

First team stars Ollie Griffiths and Jamie Roberts – who are both this season also player sponsors for Compeed – were joined by Rhodri Williams, Ross Moriarty, Aaron Wainwright, Elliot Dee, Ashton Hewitt and Leon Brown to model the new kit this week.


Commercial Director Jonathan Westwood said: “We’re delighted to team up with our headline partners Compeed to launch our first alternate kit this season and show the real synergy between our two brands.

“The relationship that has been created between the teams at the Dragons and Compeed is testament to a shared vision of growth, and a passion for what they do.

“I’m sure our supporters will enjoy this radical new colour and, alongside our new home jersey, are excited to now see the new-look Dragons in action this season.”

The new alternate kit features Doom Bar across the chest while other sponsors to feature include Bisley, Building Management Solutions, Dragon Studios, iac, iStadiaSolutions, CRX, Coleg QS, Inter-haul, Harlequin, GOS Engineering, General Dynamics, GP Shipping, SFI, Hopkins Machinery, MBS, Shadow Scaffolding, Valley Water Services, Valley Tavern and Worthington’s, plus VX3.

"The alternate kit also proudly carries the ‘Diolch NHS’ message on the front, as we thank our inspirational heroes in the NHS for all their incredible work throughout the pandemic," said the club.

Junior jerseys carry this message across the chest.

Teal shorts and socks complete the new design that is available to pre-order online.