A-League by Vicious Threads launching this Friday

Melbourne Victory and Football Federation Australia are pleased to announce their partnership designer Ivan Gomez from Vicious Threads has delivered a new designer street wear label for Melbourne Victory.

Melbourne Victory and Football Federation Australia are pleased to announce their partnership designer Ivan Gomez from Vicious Threads has delivered a new designer street wear label for Melbourne Victory.

The A-League range is a street wear fashion label for both men and women.

Vicious Threads established in November 2001 by Gomez and with subsequent financial backing from the Shock Entertainment Group, Vicious Threads has been propelled into the fashion spotlight since its inception.

The label has also formed associations with top recording artists and international celebrities such as Foo Fighters, Rogue Traders, Green Day, The Killers, Charlize Theron, Jonny Knoxville and Maroon 5, who have all worn clothing by Vicious Threads.

Positioned at the youth street wear market but with a designer twist, Vicious Threads collections can be described as cutting edge, accessible and commercially orientated.

The inspirations for this fashion line are drawn from music and Gomez's love for football.

Victory members and supporters will have their first opportunity to purchase the new line of clothing at the club-s match against Adelaide United at Telstra Dome this Friday.

The range will be sold at the following locations:

• Bourke Street Footbridge • Outside Gate 5 in the Merchandise Caravan

With limited stock available, members and supporters have been encouraged head to the game early to secure the latest tees and hoodies designed by A-League by Vicious Threads.

Click here to see the full A-League by Vicious Threads range.