Manchester United have unveiled their new white away kit for the 2022-23 season with players taking over Federation Square in Melbourne to showcase their new strip.
Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Jadon Sancho and Scott McTominay were all in attendance at the event in Australia to promote their new kit during their pre-season tour of Australia.
The kit was first revealed on social media on Saturday morning and is said to ‘draw inspiration’ from the club’s philosophy of ‘youth, courage and success’.
The classic white away kit returns having been last seen during the 2015-16 season.
United will wear their new away kit for the first time when they play Crystal Palace in Melbourne on Tuesday.
As reported by the BBC, Rashford said: ‘It’s a classic kit. It brings back lots of memories from the past – a lot of successful times for the club.
‘Our job is to make those memories come true again.’
Similar to the home shirt, the new away strip has a retro feel to its design, with the club crest being inserted inside a shield reminiscent of the kit worn during the 1998/99 Champions League-winning campaign
United, have entered a multi-year partnership with DXC Technology ahead of the start of the new season. The agreement will see the American-based IT company’s logo appear on all of the club’s strips this coming season.
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