Manchester City will launch a completely new fourth uniform, in addition to their customary trio of editions, for the 2024/25 season, according to reports.
Manchester City and its manufacturer Puma collaborated to release three striking editions of their current season, with the home kit design specifically commemorating the club’s first anniversary of moving into the Etihad Stadium.
The current away uniform for the team pays homage to Manchester’s artistic and industrial past, with gold flame highlights derived from the city’s Ancoats neighborhood’s brickworks.
The third kit, which features a striking lightning graphic all over the jersey, is arguably the most well-liked of the different editions. The club characterized it as being “powered by the lightning-fast style of play and the atmosphere it creates between the fans, players, and staff” when it was first launched.
But when they invest ahead of time for the upcoming campaign, Manchester City supporters will have a choice between four kits instead, as news this week revealed that the team will be offering three different designs to supporters.
For the 2024–2025 season, City will unveil a fourth kit, marking the first time in the club’s history that they have done so, according to exclusive information obtained by Footy Headlines this week.
The fourth kit’s design and color schemes are still a mystery to Puma’s designers, but in the upcoming weeks and months, leaked versions of the design might surface on social media.
While the new home shirt is usually introduced in late May or early June, the fourth kit release is anticipated to be the last one to be shown to supporters. The first on-field glimpses of the kits occur during pre-season.
As part of their preseason preparations, Manchester City is now scheduled to fly to the United States. Club officials are also considering playing Chelsea in a friendly match.