Man Utd 2021-22 kit: New home, away, third and goalkeeper jerseys
Manchester United signed a landmark deal with Adidas in 2015 to manufacture their playing kits and they have returned for another season.
The Red Devils have made their red kits shine in the Premier League for many a year, becoming the most successful club in domestic English football.
As Man Utd return in search of silverware and a Premier League title that has eluded them for nine years, fans will hope the 2021-22 jerseys will become iconic ones in years to come.
Football Transfers takes a look at the threads Manchester United will be wearing on the pitch this season with home, away, third and goalkeeper strips.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 home kit
Manchester United keep their iconic red home strip, with a brighter shade than in some years gone by to be worn by the players at Old Trafford.
The three stripes of Adidas feature horizontally on the shoulders while the collar and the bottom of the sleeve cuffs also feature a white trim.
The new strip is a nod to the home kits of the 1960s, when the likes of George Best and Sir Bobby Charlton were at their best for United.
United have experimented with both white and black trims in previous iterations of their famous kits, but the striking red and white design for this season will be showcased for the home fans on matchdays.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 away kit
Keeping with the theme of harkening back to previous years, United’s away kit takes inspiration from the early 90s, when some of the club’s greats were coming through the academy.
Known as the ‘snowflake’ kit, the blended blue and white pattern is contrasted by the red of the United logo, sponsors and the Adidas stripes, maintaining the club’s main colour.
It will be worn on away days both domestically and in Europe, and fans will hope it will bring similar success to that which it had when it was first introduced over 30 years ago.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 third kit
The third and final strip in United’s armoury for the 2021-22 season features a deep blue pattern, adding another classic blue number to United’s list of historical kits.
It also goes back to a previous season, taking the design of the away kit from 1993-94 season when the club won its first Premier League and FA Cup double.
With the addition of black and yellow trimmings, United’s third kit is the final in a collection of very attractive pieces for the new campaign.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 goalkeeper kit
Man Utd’s goalkeeper kit for the season is a bright yellow number, meaning the likes of David De Gea and Dean Henderson will stand out between the sticks.
Black panels and trimmings complement the brightness of the body, which features a swirling pattern of different shades.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 training kit
Manchester United’s training range features a variety of simple and more creative pieces, keeping players sharp behind the scenes and allowing fans to show their colours in the streets and in the stadiums.
Training items feature plain black designs with red trimmings, while jerseys and sweatshirts are splashed with a red and grey mottled pattern, often worn by players for matchday warmups.
Manchester United’s 2021-22 kids and baby kit
Man United and Adidas have accommodated for youngsters looking to show their support for the club as well with infant and baby kits.
The children’s kits all come in the same designs as the adult ones, while the baby kit comes in a pair with the shorts and the minikit provides the whole set with jersey, shorts and socks.
How much will Manchester United’s kits cost and where to buy?
Adult kits are selling for £65 on the club’s official website. The authentic shirt is £98, and goes up to £112 with the addition of a player or personal name and number on the jersey.
The goalkeeper kit, being a long sleeve, is slightly more expensive at £76.
For kids, kits are £49 and also come in long sleeve, which are £54. This includes goalkeeper kits, which are only available in long sleeve cuts.
The minikit sets are £54, and the babykit is £41.
Personalisation with a name and number on the backs of the jerseys is £15, except for on authentic jerseys and babykits, for which it is £14.
The kit is available both online and in club stores as well as on the Adidas website and in stores, and can be bought in most major sports and football retailers.