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The Great Manchester United

Cheer on the 19-time Premier League champions!

Manchester United's new home jersey has a bold, unique sublimated check pattern that ensures the Manchester United greats and their fans will stand out both on the field and off. This pattern is inspired by the city of Manchester's industrious past and the jersey has "Forged in Industry, Striving for Glory" screened inside the collar. The gingham pattern (fancy way of saying checkered) honors the fabric produced by Manchester's historic cotton mills.

There is the Manchester United badge and Nike logo on the chest, and a screened sponsor design on the front. There is a small Manchester United design screened on the back collar.

This official Dri-FIT jersey has the Manchester United team and Nike logo embroidered on the front along with a screened sponsor design.

100% recycled polyester. Imported.


Apoya a los 19 veces campeones de la Premier League. La nueva camiseta de local del Manchester United viene con un estampado sublimado a cuadros el cual ha sido inspirado en la historia de Manchester, famosa por su industria textil. “Forged in Industry, St

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