Manchester City have unveiled their new Puma home kit for the 2023/24 season.
The Nationals can enter the next term as treble-winners after a memorable second half of this campaign.
And they will play in a classic but modern order next season, with Puma’s design for their new home strip based on the architecture of the club’s Etihad Stadium.
The 2023/24 campaign will be Man City’s 20th campaign at Eastlands after leaving their spiritual home of Maine Road, and their new home shirts will feature patterns of the Etihad turrets outside the ground.
Man City’s first season at the Etihad saw a large white V-neck and this new kit will feature a similar design.
Etihad’s postcode will also be visible on the back of the neck.
Man City icon Shaun Wright-Phillips, who was part of the team that played their inaugural season at the Etihad and remains the club’s ambassador, said: “The Etihad Stadium plays an important part in Manchester City’s history. Players and fans make special memories Number of moments shared there, so it’s fantastic that Puma has drawn inspiration from this for this year’s home kit.
“I am very proud to wear the Manchester City shirt and to have played at the Etihad during that debut season. I hope this year’s shirt brings back as many memories for our fans as it has for me.”
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