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Leaked: ‘Extraordinary colours’ including ‘coffee shade’ to be used on Manchester City’s 2024/25 kits



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Manchester City’s range of 2024/25 goalkeeper kits will feature the use of ‘extraordinary colours’, according to new leaked information.

The club’s official on-field and training wear manufacturers Puma have never stayed away from the use of bold and bright designs for the club’s shirts, and the goalkeeper releases have epitomised that approach more than any other shirt to some extent.

The current range of goalkeeper kits, largely showcased by Brazilian international Ederson this season, have utilised a variety of bold colour-ways accompanied by sharp zig-zagged lines across the entirety of the shirt.

Green and yellow, purple and yellow, as well as a pink and yellow combination have been used throughout the course of the ongoing season, however new details have seemingly pointed towards a sharp change of direction for goalkeeper shirts from next season.

According to the information of Footy Headlines, Manchester City’s 2024/2025 goalkeeper shirts will not feature their ‘usual colours’, but instead utilise ‘extraordinary ones’ in yet more bold designs from Puma.

Footy Headlines reveal that Manchester City’s goalkeeper shirts will have a colourway using ‘two shades of coffee’, while another edition will use ‘dark brown’ combined with a ‘matcha colour’ to create a ‘rather strange’ combination.

The report highlights the colours being used accompanied by the Manchester City club crest.

Alongside a new range of home, away, and third kits for the 2024/25 season, the new campaign will also mark the first time Manchester City will welcome a fourth kit into their range following a collaboration with one music legend.

Manchester icon and Oasis legend Noel Gallagher – who is also a lifelong Manchester City supporter – has reportedly teamed up with the Treble winners to design the club’s new fourth kit, which will also commemorate the 30th anniversary of the band’s ‘Definitely Maybe’ album.

As for the home shirt, it has been previously reported that Manchester City’s 2024/25 edition will use the club’s traditional sky blue colour, combined with ‘some navy and turquoise accents’.