Fremantle are turning back the clock to the late 90s with the return of the 3D Anchor jumper for Retro Round, thanks to 92.9 Triple M, when they clash with Melbourne during Friday night primetime on national television.
The iconic 3D Anchor guernsey was Fremantle’s away jumper between 1998 and 2000, with the design to be brought back when Freo take on the reigning premiers under lights at Optus Stadium.
2022 will mark the third Retro Round instalment, which sees the Club pay tribute to their history by bringing back a jumper from Fremantle folklore.
Last year featured a sea of green, with a throwback to the jumper from Fremantle’s inaugural game, as well as the return of the giant anchor from the Club’s famous pre-game ritual during Freo’s early days at the WACA and Subiaco Oval.
Clive Waterhouse, Dale Kickett, Shaun McManus, Matthew Burton, Stephen O’Reilly and Shane Parker are just some of the Fremantle legends to have donned the 3D Anchor jumper in the past.
It was also the jumper worn when Fremantle claimed their first ever Western Derby victory over West Coast in 1999.
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Over the next fortnight, refresh your browser and refresh again, as the Club continue to drop even more Retro Merch via Fremantle’s social channels in the lead up to the match (@freodockers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).
The 3D Anchor jumper is now available in men’s, women’s and kids sizes, plus there is also a very limited run of long sleeve jumpers which are sure to sell out, so make sure you get in quick Freo fans!
If you don’t have your best red, green and purple outfit sorted, you can head into ‘The Dock’ Team Store at Freo HQ in Cockburn or shop online to get your hands on some iconic Retro gear.
Fremantle Dockers memberships are still available that give access to Freo’s home game against Melbourne, and individual tickets for the game will go on sale from Wednesday 20 July through Ticketmaster.