Manchester United have released their retro-themed home shirt for the 2022 –23 season and it takes inspiration from the team’s highly popular jerseys from the 1990s.
Given the multi-year contract that will see DXC replace Kohler as a shirt sponsor, the symbol for the American company has been added to the sleeve of United’s most recent kit. For the first time since the 2019–20 season, the club crest is enclosed in a shield, and the Red Devils have brought back their well-liked triangular polo collar from the 1990s for the jersey.
Club legend Eric Cantona was once seen with the new shirt stylishly with his well-known turned-up look.
Both the Manchester United online store and Adidas are currently selling the home jersey for Manchester United’s 2022–23 season.
Manchester United’s new away outfit for 2022–2023 has been revealed, showing a white change strip from Adidas.
In the past, United has frequently had a white jersey in its lineup, with many third kits favoring that color theme throughout time.
Man United’s new manager Erik ten Hag still working to bring back the winning mentality to the team after they had a disappointing 2021/22 season.
Manchester City has unveiled their new home shirt for the 2022–23 season, with the Blues recognizing “club legend Colin Bell” and “the spectacular teams of the late 1960s” as sources of inspiration.
In addition to winning the FA Cup, League Cup, and Cup Winners’ Cup for three memorable years, the City team from more than 60 years ago won the league in 1968. Those present at the Etihad Stadium asserted that “no team could match the style and swagger” of a group that featured many legendary players and was led by the great Joe Mercer.
The new Manchester City home shirt will cost £70 ($86) for adults in both men’s and women’s styles, £75 ($93) in long sleeves, and £55 ($68) for children in the clubs store. The 2022–23 away shirt for Manchester City has been unveiled.
The reigning Premier League champions collaborated with PUMA to modernize a traditional look from the 1960s and 1970s. City has frequently used red and black stripes on their travels throughout the years, and their most recent version also brings to mind their victory in the Premier League title game a decade ago.
Pep Guardiola and his boys will be looking to win the English Premier League for the third time in a row and the fifth time in six years. Also, the chase for the UEFA Champions League trophy will continue for the boys in Blue.