The 2013/14 away shirt will be revealed at the launch of the O-Zone ahead of Saturday's game against Worcester
The O-Zone in a new family focussed pre-match area located in the North Stand concourse area, which is replacing the Supporters Village for the coming season.
Hosted by Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb it will be open from 12.30pm, two and a half hours ahead of kick-off, with supporters able to meet the matchday squad who will be in the O-Zone between 12.45pm and 1.15pm signing autographs before a selection of non-playing members of the squad including Lions Alun Wyn Jones, Justin Tipuric and Richard Hibbard arrive to mingle with fans until 2.45pm.
At 2.00pm, the wraps will come off the new-look second jersey when it is revealed by some of the players present in the O-Zone. It will then be available to purchase from the Liberty Stadium Club Shop post-match, which will be staying open especially to allow fans the chance to pop in after the game has finished.
The home jersey featuring a Celtic Shield design across the torso combined with a splash of orange trim went on sale earlier this month and has gone down a storm with supporters who are now eagerly awaiting their first glimpse of the away shirt.
There’ll be lots going on at the new O-Zone throughout the afternoon from 12.30pm, with activity inside the concourse and outside in the compound to the rear of the North Stand, with a kids play area sponsored by B&Q.
There’ll be fun and games for children of all ages, including the ever-popular Ospreys rugby themed inflatables and giant garden games including Jenga, Connect Four and Hopscotch.
As well as radio partners the Wave, who will be broadcasting the Chart Show live from their truck with giveaways and games, the O-Zone will also have a special arts and crafts area where young supporters can turn their hands to a wide range of activities including banner making or even writing letters to your favourite Ospreys players, while Ozzie the Osprey will be in attendance throughout the day.