After months of rumors and leaked pictures, Manchester United has officially unveiled its new football kit for the 2009-2010 season.
Designed and manufactured by Nike, the new home Man United football kit celebrates 100 years of Old Trafford history. The players will wear the kit for the first time during their pre-season tour of Asia next month. The squad fly out to the Far East on July 16 – the day the kit goes on sale.
Here’s the gallery of photographs featuring Man United players wearing the new home football kit:
The shirt features a large V across the chest, reflecting the design of the shirts worn by United when the stadium first opened during the 1909/10 season.
Inside the black round-neck collar is a woven label in red, white and black, while engineered into the side seam is a small label that reads ‘The Theatre of Dreams Since 1910.’
The shirt is made from Nike Dri-Fit fabric, which keeps the players drier, cooler and lighter by drawing sweat from the body to the fabric’s surface, while it’s three-dimensional construction gives more air space around the skin to reduce clinging.
The white shorts have a red stripe along the side, a red devil graphic on the back of the waist band, while the draw cords feature ‘MUFC’ on the tips. The black socks have a red chevron on the calf.
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