For the 2022–23 season, Manchester United has unveiled their new home uniform.
The collar of the adidas jersey, which references the emblematic ‘M’ motif that appeared on their third kit from last season and in the infamous ‘Snowflake’ shirt from the 1990–92 seasons, is retro-inspired and includes an evolved red geometric design.
The white shorts are combined with black socks and have a pinstripe pattern running down them. The shoulders are decorated with the classic three black adidas stripes.
With the TeamViewer logo in the center, DXC Technology, the Red Devils’ new jersey sleeve sponsor, takes the place of Kohler, who teamed with United in 2018.
The shirt uses the most recent advancement in temperature regulation technology from adidas and is manufactured entirely from recycled materials.
Inigo Turner, design director at adidas said: “The polo collar is synonymous with Manchester United. Turned up or folded down, it has played a starring role in many of the club’s biggest moments.
“With such a rich history, we wanted to pay homage to some of the club’s most legendary kits and players, whilst capturing the essence of home brought into the present day with a new perspective on the strong visual identity and patterns that run through the DNA of the club.”
United’s new home kit will be worn for the first time on the pitch against Liverpool in Bangkok on July 12.
The kit will retail at £100 for the authentic match shirt, or £70 for the replica home shirt. Junior kits will cost slightly less at £50. A long-sleeve option is also available.