Dublin GAA release their new retro-inspired kit ahead of the 2016 Championship

The jersey will be worn by the men's and women's teams this year

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Dublin GAA have revealed their new jersey that will be worn by all four codes in 2016. 

The jersey moves away from recent Dublin kits with white featuring as the second colour instead of navy. The jersey is inspired by Dublin jerseys of the 1940s and 50s.

All four senior inter-county teams will wear the same jersey as has been the case in recent years. Dublin remains the only county in Ireland where all four codes in the men's and women's games are sponsored by the same company. 

All-Ireland winner Bernard Brogan seemed delighted with the jersey on Twitter after it was released on Thursday morning. The men's footballers will wear it for the first time against either Laois or Wicklow in the Leinster quarter-final in the first weekend of June in Kilkenny.