England Giant Manchester City has leaked their new Puma home kit for the 2020/21 season. The kit will be wore by both their youth teams and women team for the upcoming 2020/21 season. This kit features a unique and stylish mosaic design which pays tribute to the creative heritage of Manchester inspired by the lovely artworks found in the City.
The shirt is of a more traditional white and navy trim containing the classic city blue which abandons the divisive purple trimming used on the 2019/20 kit. The shirt is accompanied with white shorts and light blue socks. The shirt is available now for sale and would be wore for the first time in Manchester City FA Cup Semi Finals at Webley.
Manchester City introduced mosaic Artwork of Club legends at the Manchester City Academy in a view to help inspire future generations. Mark Kennedy is the man behind the mosaics in the City training ground and as a true fan of Manchester city, he is delighted that the club took up his work.
Puma also released three special goalkeeper kits for Manchester City keepers Ederson and co. Each of the kit features a hexagon pattern with the home shirt coming in black, the away in mint green and the third bright blue.
- Manchester City 2020/21 Goalkeeper home jersey
-Manchester City 2020/21 Goalkeeper Away Jersey
- Manchester City Puma 2020/21 Third Kit
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