Where to buy Manchester United 17-18 Third Soccer Jerseys,After taking a look at what to expect from the Juventus and Real Madrid third shirts for next season, we want to share our favorite picks for the Manchester United 17-18 third kit, straight from Adidas’ Creator Studio.
MANCHESTER UNITED 17-18 THIRD KIT – POSSIBLE DESIGNS
Check out some of the better Manchester United 2017-18 third kit proposals below. To vote, click the respective image and proceed on the Adidas site.Interestingly, Adidas chose a light grey / dark grey combination for the Manchester United 2017-18 third kit, after this year’s version already features a similar scheme.
Unlike the Juventus and Real Madrid third jerseys, which are to be combined with black shorts, the upcoming Manchester United 17-18 third kit is set to include white shorts and light grey socks, the latter boasting a devil detail on the front, in white.
Just like with the other teams, it’s fair to assume that the final design of the Manchester United 2017-2018 third kit will be streamlined by Adidas and possibly adjusted to fit the brand’s templates.
Although Adidas did not announce an end date for the competition, it can be expected that the top 100 for each club, from which the actual design will be chosen by a panel, will be finalized soon.
Manchester United launched their 2016/17 home jersey as part of their pre-season tour of China. The 2-tone red jersey is inspired by the club’s early years as the Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Football Club and the coat of arms for the city of Manchester.
New Heath LYR was known for their halved green/yellow jerseys and adidas, in their second year as technical sponsor for the Red Devils, adopted this halved look for the team. The right side of the jersey is a darker red from the left side with the sleeve colors reversed.
“We looked back into the history of Manchester United shirts and decided it was a good time to refer to the half-and-half design which was first worn by Newton Heath for the club’s first-ever jersey,” Inigo Turner, who works in adidas’s licensed football department, told the official Manchester United website.