St Kilda has reveal their 2017 indigenous guernsey, designed by Jade Gresham and his mother Michelle.
The jumper represents the land of the Yorta Yorta people, where Gresham's family hails from.
It's a take on St Kilda's white clash guernsey, with the red and black panels forming a representation of the Yorta Yorta lands.
A turtle shell runs across the middle of the guernsey.
"The Yorta Yorta people traditionally lived in the area surrounding the junction of the Goulburn and Murray Rivers," Mrs Gresham told saints.com.au.
"Now we're spread right across north-eastern Victoria and southern New South Wales, but the Murray and the long neck turtle will always represent our heritage."