We all know that, football clubs always change their jerseys to a more preferred one, just recently Manchester City football club of England unveiled a new 2020-21 home jersey.
According to the football club, the jersey designs were inspired by the iconic mosaics found in Manchester.
The photos of the new jersey were shared on the club's website today Thursday with this caption, 'The pattern of the Home jersey, which will be worn by our men’s women and youth teams, has been inspired by the famous mosaics located in the creative hub of Manchester’s Northern Quarter".
It was also revealed by the club that, it's players will wear the new Home kit for the first time in Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal at Wembley.
The artist behind the moving mosaics of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, Mark Kennedy, has expressed joy that his work served as an inspiration for the kit.
He further revealed that, when he started his journey as an artist, the Northern Quarter was an area he looked at wanted to build up
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