Leaked: Manchester City’s 2020-21 Season Home, Away, & 3rd Kits
Manchester City was founded in 1880 under the name of St. Mark’s (West Gordon) Football Club. It did not take long for them to become interested in sky blue and white colors. The reason for this interest remains unclear; however, the significant presence of sea in the club’s logos might give us a clue.
Nonetheless, for the first time in the past decade, “The Citizens” seem to have lost their way in navigating through the sea. The defending champions have fallen short against the currently unbeaten run of Liverpool and are apparently out of the English Premier League’s title race in early February. Considering the club’s stance in the EPL and Pep Guardiola’s determination to win another Champions League title after failing to do so with Bayern Munich, Manchester City’s only hope to finish the current campaign with satisfaction is to become the European champions. However, there are some news, which we believe may bring a joyful smile to the faces of the club’s eager fans and that is the leaked information about Manchester City’s next season kits.
Manchester City and Puma started their partnership in 2019 with a 10-year deal worth of £650million. In revealing the 2019-20 season shirts, the jersey manufacturers decided to employ Piet’s Mondrian greatest abstract compositions in the commercials and vividly reflected their view that art is inseparable from sports. The delight of art, culture, and history appears to have found its’ place in Manchester City’s 2020-21 season kits as well.
So, what do we know so far about the Puma’s upcoming jerseys for Manchester City?
Manchester City’s 2020-21 Season Kits
Time to take a look at the team’s next season shirts:
Manchester City’s 2020-21 Season Home Kits
According to Footy Headlines, puma has decided not to use the current season purple and wants to go on with the club’s traditional colors of sky blue and navy. Manchester City’s 2020-21 season home kits involve graphics inspired by Manchester’s architecture, landscape, and arts. Furthermore, the highly-regarded tradition of mosaic art within the city will be applied to the home shirts. It certainly appears that we can already expect a masterpiece from Puma.
Manchester City’s 2020-21 Season Away Kits
Reflecting on the long history of the club, Puma has decided to combine the colors of black and “dark denim”, a dark shade of blue, for Manchester’s City’s 2020-21 season away kits. At the moment, there are not much more leaked information about the design specifics.
Manchester City’s 2020-21 Season 3rd Kits
Manchester City’s 2020-21 season 3rd kits will be produced using the colors “Whisper-White”, a very light shade of beige, and “Peacoat”, a shade of navy blue. These classic colors are followed by an original design by Puma to represent the rich history of the city’s music. The company has officially stated: “Manchester’s music scene has always been an influence on other brands worldwide. The iconic TV program “Top of the Pops” was run by the BBC, from 1964-2006, originally recorded in the city itself. The Man City 20-21 third kit takes inspiration from the Paisley floral pattern which was intrinsically associated to the “Brit Pop” music scene of the 1960s and 1990s.”
How do you feel about Manchester City’s next season kits? Do you enjoy the presence of culture and arts in the shirts, or find them unrelated? Please, share your opinion with us in the comments section.