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First look: How Manchester City’s new FIFA World Champions badge will appear on their kit

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Manchester City have revealed how their brand new FIFA World Champions badge will look on their 2023/24 home kit for their remaining matches this season.

Pep Guardiola and his players made his five trophies in a single calendar year on Friday evening, as they defeated Brazilian club Fluminense in a dominant 4-0 outing in the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah.

A brace from Argentina striker Julian Alvarez at both ends of the contest, separated by an own goal and a Phil Foden strike, ensured there would be no upset in a glamorous affair in the Middle-East this week.

The FIFA Club World Cup honour is added to Manchester City’s Premier League, FA Cup, UEFA Champions League, and UEFA Super Cup honours in 2023, while the club will now also receive a special badge to be worn on their shirts for the remainder of this season.

In an official release on ManCity.com, Manchester City confirmed after the full-time whistle in Saudi Arabia that the ‘FIFA World Champions 2023’ badge will now feature on their shirts in all Premier League and Champions League matches across the remainder of 2023/24.

That new feature will start with the club’s upcoming Premier League fixture against Sean Dyche’s Everton at Goodison Park on Wednesday 27 December.โ€ฏโ€ฏ

Manchester City supporters have now also been greeted to a first look as to how the brand new addition to their kits will appear for the remainder of the campaign, with the north-west giants donning the crest for the very first time in their history.

The inclusion of the badge in all remaining UEFA Champions League matches also means that Manchester City fans will see their honour shown off for the first time in European competition in mid-February.

The reigning Champions of Europe take on Danish giants FC Copenhagen across two legs in February and March of next year, with the Parken based club already having knocked out Galatasaray and Manchester United from the competition.

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