Images of Manchester United’s possible home, away and third kits for the 2021/22 season have been leaked online, handing fans a glimpse of the potential designs and the new sponsorship logo that the Red Devils will don next year.
The English giants’ move from Chevrolet to TeamViewer has been a hot topic over the past few weeks, and we can now see exactly how the jersey could shape up with the new sponsor’s logo front and centre.
NI Classic Shirt Co have revealed leaked images of Man Utd’s potential new set of jerseys for the upcoming season, showing all three of the home, away and third shirts in all their glory. Despite rumours of the adidas badge being centralised next year, these images suggest it will once again be on the right of the shirt.
The home shirt possesses a very classic feel, entirely in red and white, with the same deep red used as on the current 2020/21 jersey. The collar and sleeves boast a thick white trim, with three white stripes cascading down the shoulders.
The TeamViewer logo falls in line with the red and white colour scheme, with the word ‘team’ captured in a bolder white, and ‘viewer’ presented in a softer tone.
Now for the away jersey. The secondary shirt that the Red Devils will sport is the lighter of the two blue numbers. This ‘cloudy white’ jersey rocks a geometric effect across the shirt in a throwback to the iconic away shirt United wore between 1990 and 1992, combining the blue and white colours.
The classic red of Man Utd has been incorporated in the TeamViewer logo, the adidas badge and the stripes on the shoulders.
And finally, we have the third kit. The shirt is a much darker navy blue than the away jersey, with a ‘Glory Blue’ design. The stripes on the shoulders are bright yellow, as well as the TeamViewer sponsor and the adidas text on the chest – probably one that will divide opinion.
The Red Devils fall into the bracket of adidas’ elite third shirts, meaning the manufacturer has a different coloured logo in comparison to the text, with the iconic badge pictured in dark blue.