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Man City and Wolves unveil eyecatching 19/20 kits

Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers have this morning unveiled their new kits for the 2019/20 season and it’s got plenty of talk from fans on social media.

Both sides are set to play in the Premier League Asia Trophy this week – something you can watch live on Sky Sports – and it wouldn’t be surprising it these made an appearance.

Man City’s is a third kit described as ‘a bright gradient kit design of yellow and peach, inspired by the on-field brilliance of Manchester City’s style of football.’

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said: “Football is a source of inspiration and enjoyment to millions around the world. On the pitch, our aim is to play attacking and entertaining football and I’m delighted that the PUMA design team has used this as inspiration for our new Third kit. I look forward to seeing it on-pitch this season.”

It will cost adults £65 (£60 for women), kids £50, long sleeve is £70 (£55 for kids), £45 for a mini kit and £40 for babies. Shorts are £25 for kids and £35 for adults and socks are £12 with it being priced at £16 for adults. Authentic for the shirts and shorts are also available at higher prices.


For Wolves, it’s their away kit which was leaked a little while back.

The black kits have gold diagonal lines across the front and are supplemented with black shorts and gold socks.

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Launching the 2019/20 away kit in Shanghai!

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Wolves say on their website about the newly opened shop in Shanghai: “The Shanghai Megastore will provide a range of Wolves fashion items and help China-based supporters purchase official merchandise.

“The headquarters of Wolves owners, Fosun International are based in Shanghai, therefore the opening of the Wolves Megastore is of real strategic importance in developing the brand of the club.”

The kit isn’t available to buy until Saturday the 20th of July at 9am (BST) the club added.

Their home one was unveiled on the 4th of July, which you can see HERE.

That got a mixed reaction, however their away one revealed today is an instant hit.


After looking at both kits, fans on Twitter took to give their reaction, Man City’s was compared to variety of things including a ‘Frozen Strawberry Lemonade from McCafe’ and rhubarb custard sweets, Wolves’ as mentioned was much more loved – find out what was tweeted on the next page.


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