Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have unveiled their 2017/18 Nike home kit, which draws inspiration from the 1967/68 strip that saw them lift the club's first ever league title.
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"Manchester City's new home kit incorporates performance-led apparel innovation with inspiration drawn from elements of one of the club's most loved designs — the league title-winning 1967/68 team's City blue shirt, white shorts and maroon-banded socks," a press statement from Nike read.
"The traditional City blue shirt has been updated to feature a modern round-neck with a white trim. This detail, along with the maroon band on the socks, evokes the club's 1967/68 kit worn triumphantly by the likes of club legends Mike Summerbee, Colin Bell and Franny Lee.
"From the current crop of players, to the Premier League-winning team of 2012, all the way back to the team that secured the First Division with a 4-3 win in 1968, Manchester City's DNA is rooted in football designed to entertain their loyal fans."
The new kit will be worn by City's first team, the development squad as well as City’s women’s team, who will debut the strip against Sunderland on 31 May.
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