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Leaked: The three colours Manchester City will use for their 2024/25 home shirt



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Manchester City’s kit designers will use a combination of three colours for their upcoming 2024/25 home shirt, according to a new report.

It will be the latest release by Puma following a string of hugely popular and subsequently historic editions since their takeover from Nike as Manchester City’s lead manufacturer for all training and matchday wear.

Manchester City’s current 2023/24 home edition was inspired by the Etihad Stadium and celebrating the club’s 20th anniversary at the iconic arena, with on-shirt graphics drawn from the iconic features of the stadium.

Puma also drew reference to the club’s maiden season at the Etihad, designing a shirt that was inspired by the jersey worn during the inaugural season at the City of Manchester City Stadium, with accents and details marking the 20th anniversary.

Now, a new report has revealed the combination of colours that Puma will put to use for the upcoming campaign and their latest edition of Manchester City’s home shirt.

According to the exclusive information of Footy Headlines, Manchester City’s new 2024/25 home shirt will use the club’s traditional sky blue colour, combined with ‘some navy and turquoise accents’.

Showcasing the sky blue colour in use for the club’s new home shirt, Footy Headlines have also revealed an image pairing the shade with the Manchester City crest.

It has previously been reported that for the first time in Manchester City’s long-standing history, the club will release a fourth kit next season, designed in collaboration with Manchester music legend Noel Gallagher.

City currently find themselves competing on three fronts this season, challenging in a hotly-contested Premier League title battle with the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal, as well as finding themselves in the FA Cup fifth round where they will face Luton Town at Kenilworth Road.

The UEFA Champions League knock-out stages have also gotten off to a perfect start for the reigning Champions of Europe, as Pep Guardiola’s players defeated FC Copenhagen in Denmark in the first-leg via a 1-3 scoreline.