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Ian Brown  
#1 Posted : 02 July 2019 10:24:27(UTC)
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https://www.mancity.com/...-home-away-kits-revealed


PUMA CITY KITS PAY TRIBUTE TO MANCHESTER HERITAGE

CITY x PUMA: Manchester City and PUMA today revealed their 2019/20 Home and Away kits, the first designs of their partnership, which pay tribute to Manchester’s industrial and cultural heritage.

Manchester City and PUMA today revealed their 2019/20 Home and Away kits, the first designs of their partnership, which pay tribute to Manchester’s industrial and cultural heritage.
Following Manchester City’s unprecedented success last season in men’s, women’s and academy football, the club will push for new honours this season, wearing uniquely designed kits that also feature the Club’s 125th anniversary crest.

The 2019/20 Home kit draws inspiration from Manchester’s industrial heritage, celebrating the true grit, fight, and character that emerged from the cotton mills of Manchester.

The woven jacquard wave pattern, running through the shirt, is a visual representation of the looms which were integral to the industrial revolution in Manchester. The iconic City blue is highlighted with purple, a colour previously used in club kits, and is used on the Home shirt for the first time.

PURPLE PATCH: The iconic City blue is highlighted with purple, a colour previously used in club kits, and is used on the Home shirt for the first time.
The 2019/20 Away kit celebrates the city’s “Madchester” years, a period of extraordinary cultural activity in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The kit is directly inspired by former nightclub, The Haçienda, which was once an epicentre for emerging music, bands, DJs, and artists.

Using black colour as a base, this Away kit features yellow stripes on the left shoulder: a reference to The Haçienda’s iconic graphic identity. Additional peach and City blue pops create a colourful representation of this legendary cultural icon that was the heartbeat of the city.

“We want to bring Manchester City and PUMA’s brand initiatives together when and wherever we can, and that means going beyond the pitch, into wider areas of football culture such as gaming, community, fashion and music.

"That’s how we can really impact football fans of all ages and demographics.”
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