Is This Manchester United’s Home Shirt for the 2014/15 Season? [PHOTO]

Is this Manchester United’s home shirt for the 2014/15 season?

Beginning with the 2014/15 season, Manchester United will have a new shirt sponsor emblazoned across the front of their shirts. The car manufacturer’s logo is a central part of this design featuring the famous red of Manchester United with black trim.

The shirt features a very unique collar design, while there’s a thin strip of black on the shoulder. Overall, the design is certainly unique.

If this is Manchester United’s shirt for next season, what’s your opinion of it?

Before shirts are officially unveiled, it’s always difficult to tell which leaked images actually feature photos of the real shirts versus ones that are fakes. Is this the real deal or a fake, in your opinion? Let us know in the comments section below.

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18 thoughts on “Is This Manchester United’s Home Shirt for the 2014/15 Season? [PHOTO]”

  1. This should be this years shirt. Just like Chevrolet, they’re poor quality and break down when you least expect them to.

      1. Oh no, are you one of those blokes who argue the Chevy truck is better than a Ford truck?
        I was just making a joke. Didn’t intend on starting Car Wars.

  2. Looks like a lot of photoshop on a blank red shirt. The MUFC crest in particular looks off.

    That doesn’t mean the pic isn’t the concept for what will be next year’s shirt, it just looks… “off” It might be that shirt but I doubt it’ll be the final product.

    I’d also suspect, given the technologies used to put sponsors on shirts these days, that a company like Chev would prefer to see the gold/chrome bow tie logo in all its “glory”


  3. Does anyone else, looking at this logo, suddenly see a cross that unintentionally could mean Man. United will need religious intervention to avoid relegation at this rate?

  4. The material does not look like the type of material used on football shirts these days. I think this could be a polo shirt and quite possibly one that may be official merchandise.

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