Man United 2024/25 kits ‘leaked’ and include rare feature that’s not been seen in years
Manchester United’s kits for the 2024/25 season has been ‘leaked’ online – and one of them contains a rare feature not seen for a number of years.
United’s 2022/23 home kit had something of a classical feel surrounding it, featuring a white collar that was a throwback to the successful teams of the 1990s under Sir Alex Ferguson.
The current home kit ditched the collar, instead opting for black outlines across the sleeves of the shirt.
The otherwise full red ensemble is then accompanied by the TeamViewer logo – the last time the software firm is set to feature on United home shirts.
In September, United announced a new front-of-shirt sponsorship agreement with American technology company Snapdragon, who are part of the club’s global partners Qualcomm Technologies.
Their red and white logo will feature prominently from next season on United’s home and away shirts.
And according to a leak by Footy Headlines, there will be a number of other changes to next season’s home and away kits.
It is claimed that the home kit will combine two shades of red – something that hasn’t happened since the 2017/18 season under Jose Mourinho.
The away kit, meanwhile, is a grey-blue colour with red outlines. The colour of the shirt sponsor will also be red to match the rest of the design.
You can see both designs below.
Footy Headlines add, though, that the exact designs are not final, and are based on Adidas’ Tiro 24 template.
However, that add that Adidas could use the side panels of the shirt in order to combine the two shades of red on the home shirt.
Template designs don’t always go down well with fans – especially when a number of clubs wear kits with the same design – and United supporters appear to have had a mixed response on social media.
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