Manchester United and Adidas Release New Home Kit For 2015/16 Season

Manchester United and Adidas Release New Home Kit For 2015/16 Season

Manchester United launched their brand new Adidas home kit for the 2015/16 season at a secretive bash in Manchester today.

By Daniel Caw – Editor – @DannyCaw

The event was so hush-hush that even guests weren’t told where we were going, after boarding a bus at a previously-designated meeting point.


The German sportswear giants laid on a no-expense-spared party in a warehouse just outside the city centre to showcase their £750M ten-year investment, including a free bar, all you can eat pizza, and computer games stations with FIFA and Pac-Man.


Our man Daniel in Manchester.

Adidas brought in the Pac-Man and Donkey Kong arcade consoles as both those games were released the year United last played in a shirt made by the company.

Daley Blind and Phil Jones were at the event to show off the new United kit for the season.

And, after lengthy negotiations, we were able to make a big announcement too:

Adidas put together a great promo video as the kit was launched at midnight – comprising of United heroes past and present alongside an inspiring poem centred around the club:

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Fans will be able to see their heroes in action next Saturday when they face Tottenham at Old Trafford in the opening game of the English Premier League season.


The shirt is now on sale from all shops.

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