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Man City unveil new 2020/21 home kit with unique pattern

Man City unveil their new 2020/21 home kit, which was officially released on the 16th of July, however it’s have plenty of mixture reaction.

It was two months ago that this jersey was leaked, which went on to be mocked heavily by fans on social media for it’s unique pattern.

It features a blue and white mosaic design, moving away from the purple accent used in this season’s strip. It is added with a navy trim. The kit is completed with white shorts and light blue socks.

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City say: “…it pays homage to a city brimming with football and creativity.

“Art, industry, football, music, fashion, noise, and colour are all woven into Manchester’s DNA and the mosaics displayed are a celebration of our city’s proud and diverse culture.

“It’s both a fitting and timely combination.

“Mosaics have also been an important part of Manchester City’s proud history, stretching back almost 100 years to when the original City mosaic first adorned the gates of our former Maine Road home.

“Today, the mosaic tradition continues with many club legends having been immortalized as mosaic artworks at the City Football Academy, helping to inspire the next generation of players.”

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The artist, Mark Kennedy, who is responsible for mosaics of Manchester’s Northern Quarter as well as the iconic player artworks at the club’s Football Academy, said he was proud that his work gave inspiration for the new home kit.

“When I began my journey as an artist, the Northern Quarter was a derelict area that I looked at and wanted to build up,” said Kennedy.

“I began creating Manchester icons using ceramic plates and tiles, integrating my own artistic style.

“My family and I have always been huge City fans, so I created artwork of the players too.

“Over time I was commissioned to create artwork for the club and the city of Manchester, so I feel very privileged to see PUMA use my art as inspiration for the new City Home jersey.”

The new Home kit is available from PUMA.com, ManCity.com and in stores around the world, including the CityStore at the Etihad Stadium which is open today [Thursday] from 10am to 6pm.

City will wear the new Home kit for the first time in Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against fellow Premier League club Arsenal at Wembley.


Authentic Home Shirt 2020-21: £100.00
Authentic UEFA Home Shirt 2020-21: £105.00
Home Shirt 2020-21: £65.00
Authentic Home Shirt 2020-21 – Womens: £105.00
Home Shirt 2020-21 – Womens: £60.00
Home Shirt 2020-21 – Kids: £50.00
Home Shirt 2020-21 – Long Sleeve: £70.00
Home Babykit 2020-21: £40.00
Home Shirt 2020-21 – Long Sleeve – Kids: £55.00
Home Minikit 2020-21: £50.00
Home Shorts 2020-21: £35.00
Home Shorts 2020-21 – Kids: £25.00
Authentic Home Shorts 2020-21: £45.00
Authentic Home Change Shorts 2020-21: £45.00
Home Socks 2020-21 – Kids: £12.00
Home Socks 2020-21: £16.00

Manchester City’s Puma 20-21 Away and their Third Jersey has also been leaked in recent months.

The Puma away kit is predominantly black, combined with ‘dark denim’, which is a dark shade for blue.

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Whilst the ‘leaked’ third strip combines the colors ‘Whisper White’ & ‘Peacoat’ with an eye-catching all-over Paisley print. Whisper-White is a very light beige color tone that will most likely appear white from afar, while Peacoat is a standard navy color tone.

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