Manchester United have unveiled their Adidas-manufactured away jersey for the 2022/2023 season, reverting to a largely white design.
The Red Devils’ home strip featuring a daring 1990s-inspired collar has divided opinion, but this clean and slick away design is bound to be a crowd pleaser.
Similarly to the home kit, the club’s crest is surrounded by a black pentagonal block and a red outline, but that’s not where the main detail lies.
The slightly v-neck black collar features a white and red diamond pattern which is also present on the sleeve cuffs.
Two of the three trademark adidas stripes on the shoulders are red, with the middle stripe coming in black.
There’s also a subtle and abstract off-white pattern across the shirt, with the club’s Team Viewer logo matching the kit’s tone with a black finish.
United’s away shirt will be accompanied by black shorts and is reminiscent of several changed strips that they’ve had down the years.
The club officially unveiled the new kit at an event in downtown Melbourne as part of their tour of Australia, with Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandes, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay taking part.