When will Man City wear new Puma away kit for the first time plus how much does it cost?

Manchester City will debit the new jersey in a pre-season friendly this week.
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Manchester City have unveiled their new Puma away kit for the 2022/23 season.

The red and black diagonally striped shirt will be accompanied by black shorts and socks and is a nod to one of the club’s most successful eras.

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Upon releasing the new kit on Wednesday morning, the club said: “For the new season’s away kit Puma has reinvented a classic made famous by the Manchester City class of 1969.

“Conceived by the legendary Malcolm Allison, the kit featured red and black vertical stripes that proved triumphant at the 1969 FA Cup final, and the 1970 League Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup final, earning their place among the fans all-time favorites.

“City will debut the new away kit on 20 July during their pre-season tour match against Club America.

The away jersey costs £70 for an adult and £55 in kids sizes, while an ‘authentic’ shirt with a gift box can be purchased for £100. Adult shorts cost £35 and the socks are priced at £16.

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“The new jersey arrives in two iterations,” City added on their website. “The Authentic jersey features ULTRAWEAVE performance fabric and dryCELL sweat-wicking technology, making the jersey the lightest and most comfortable Puma has ever made.

“The Replica version is made with 100% recycled polyester and equipped with dryCELL sweat-wicking technology to keep you dry and comfortable throughout the 90 minutes and beyond – no matter the time, pitch, or place.

“Both jerseys are made with 100% recycled materials, excluding the trims and decorations as a step toward a better future.”

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