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Manchester City’s 2024/25 home shirt to pay homage to region’s dialling code



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In new information released by a reliable football kit source, Manchester City will pay homage to the region’s dialling code in a bold move around their 2024/25 home shirt.

As one season approaches it’s final weeks and the all-important decisive matches are finally upon us, details ahead of the forthcoming campaign are starting to emerge on various platforms to get football supporters excited for what is to come.

For Manchester City, that is usually centred around new signings and the variety of positions that club officials are likely to invest in in order to ensure that Pep Guardiola has the right tools at his disposal to continue competing at the very highest level.

However, the latest developments have seen Manchester City fans greeted by yet more details concerning the new kit releases, and what they can expect their Etihad Stadium stars to be donning when the football gets back underway in August.

According to information provided by football kit insiders Footy Headlines, Manchester City’s 2024/25 home shirt will pay homage to the 0161 dialling code of the Manchester and Greater Manchester area.

It is further detailed that Puma’s latest Manchester City home shirt release will feature the ‘0161 graphic’ on both the collar and cuffs, as direct reference to the region, in a shirt that is expected to be launched in May 2024.

Reaffirming previously confirmed details, Footy Headlines also reports that the new shirt will continue to be the traditional sky blue colour, combined with ‘some navy and turquoise accents’.

One leak from esvaphane on social media platform X has showcased an early edition of the proposed new Manchester City home shirt, with the ‘0161 graphic’ clearly visible in the confirmed areas reported by Footy Headlines.

Unfortunately for Puma and Manchester City, the emergence of the latest details has been met by an array of reaction from supporters on social media, with the largest consensus being one of disappointment towards the design.

One user on social media platform X reacted by saying, “The shirt is beautiful without it but Puma had to ruin everything,” while another user when on to say, “Don’t know what I make of that to be honest. It’s equally as cringe as it is good.”

Details surrounding City’s away and third kits have remained more private, although it is understood that there are expected to be similarities and comparisons to editions from 2012/13 and the club’s historic 1999 play-off final jersey worn against Gillingham.