Just shy of a decade to the day since it was last worn, St Kilda has revived its one-of-a-kind Retro Stickman guernsey in time for this afternoon’s AAMI Community Series match against North Melbourne.

Featuring the oversized, fan-favourite icon in place of the traditional tri-panels, the striking design will feature at both tonight’s match at RSEA Park - with accompanying red shorts - and at least once during the upcoming home-and-away season paired with white shorts. 

The unique split kit featured in just two pre-season appearances across 2014 before finding a niche in club history as one of the Saints’ more adventurous outfits. Prior to this afternoon’s surprise comeback, it was the Saints’ only on-field apparel to feature the Stickman motif.

The 2024 iteration features a few slight alterations to its predecessor, notably the stylised football now being held by the Stickman - as per the original design - as opposed to being at his feet, along with the club crest moving to back over the left chest.

Liam Henry in the 2024 Stickman Guernsey, available in-store and online at Saints Locker. Photo: Felix Curtis.

Incredibly, a much younger Jimmy Webster and Seb Ross both wore the original threads during their earliest of days in red, white and black.

St Kilda’s Retro Stickman guernsey is available to purchase exclusively from Saints Locker online and in-store, available in regular and long-sleeve styles for both Adults and Youth sizing. 

Click here to own the latest Retro Stickman merchandise, exclusive to Saints Locker.