Manchester United have launched their new Adidas away kit for the 2020/21 season as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side prepare for their Europa League semi-final against Sevilla.
The players will take to the field wearing the shirt for the first team when they take on Sevilla in Cologne on Sunday evening, with a place at stake in Friday's final against either Inter Milan or Shakhtar Donetsk.
Red Devils stars such as Marcus Rashford, Aaron-Wan Bissaka, Scott McTominay and Luke Shaw have modelled the new strip, which according to United and Adidas has been designed 'with the club’s famous away supporters in mind'.
The kit is described as a 'legend earth green pattern', made up of an intricately hand-drawn and painted design, with the dark colour palette contrasting with clean white accents to offer a versatile and contemporary look.
Pictures released today showing the men’s and women’s team members wearing the new shirt has been based on away fan journeys using a range of transport, aimed at conveying the feeling of togetherness when joining other fellow supporters on the road.
Although travelling to football matches is currently not possible due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions, Adidas and United said they wanted to recognise the importance of the club’s legendary away following – and look ahead to the day when they can once again be loudly heard wherever the team is playing.
United face Sevilla on Sunday hoping to stay on course for silverware in Solskjaer's first full season in charge.
The Red Devils also reached the semi-finals of both the FA Cup and League Cup this season, but were eliminated by Chelsea and Manchester City respectively.
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However, they will be hoping to make it third time lucky, having already secured a Champions League spot for next season after finishing third in the Premier League.
The new away kit is available to buy today exclusively at adidas.com/football, adidas stores, and official club stores. Wider release with select retailers will be available from 15th August 2020.
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