Man United pay homage to first FA Cup triumph with new third kit
Manchester United unveil new third kit which pays homage to club’s first-ever FA Cup win 110 years ago by having faint rose printed on black shirt
- Manchester United have released their third strip for the new campaign
- The minimalistic design celebrates the Red’s FA Cup win from 110 years ago
- United adopted the Lancashire red rose crest for the final against Bristol City
- This new black kit has a faint print of roses while the ‘solar red’ badge stands out
Manchester United have released their new floral-inspired third kit for the new season which celebrates the club’s first-ever FA Cup triumph 110 years ago.
The black strip, which has a subtle rose print masked in grey, has taken the club back to it’s roots as they paid homage to their 1-0 win over Bristol City in 1909, which saw them lift the famous trophy for the first time.
United adopted the Lancashire red rose as their crest for the club’s historic final in south London as Sandy Turnbull scored the game’s only goal in front of 71,401 supporters.
Axel Tuanzebe (left), Daniel James (centre) and Luke Shaw (right) model the new third kit
The black strip, which has a subtle rose print masked in grey, takes the club back to it’s roots
United’s ‘solar red’ badge stands out along with the adidas logo on the dark strip
The minimalistic kit also features a short inscription at the base of the shirt which reads, ‘110 Years – Manchester Rose – 1909-2019’.
United’s ‘solar red’ badge stands out on the dark strip as the adidas logo adopts the same colour scheme.
Jesse Lingard, Scott McTominay and Luke Shaw were among a handful of first-team players that modelled the kit following it’s release on Friday.
United adopted the Lancashire red rose crest for the FA Cup final against Bristol City in 1909
Sandy Turnbull (not pictured) scored the game’s only goal for United in front of 71,401 fans
United captain Charlie Roberts holds the FA Cup on the steps of Manchester Town Hall
Paul Pogba was also featured promoting the kit as he looks set to stay at United for another season.
Real Madrid have been linked with the Frenchman all summer but the Red Devils have stood firm on their valuation of the World Cup-winning midfielder.
While the Premier League’s transfer window closed last week, European clubs are still able to sign players until September 2.
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