Manchester United’s home jersey for next season is set to undergo a massive change despite the loss of its primary sponsor, Teamviewer.
Recently, it officially came out that Teamviewer and the Red Devils came to an early mutual agreement for the termination of its sponsorship deal.
Until United secures another sponsor, however, the Teamviewer logo will remain on the jersey.
For next season, the home kit is set to undergo even more changes, reminiscent of kits from a number of years ago.
Footy headlines exclusively reports, “The Adidas Man United 2023-24 home shirt is set to have all logos in the centre.”
These logos are, the Adidas logo, the Manchester United crest, and the main sponsor logo.”
Footy headlines adds, “Indeed, it would be only the second time that a Manchester United home jersey has both centred brand and club logos.”
— centredevils. (@centredevils) December 17, 2022
During the 1996-1997 season, Umbro released a United home kit with logos on the centre.
The iconic kit during the 2004-2006 period only featured the club’s crest in the middle part of the shirt.
This new design is likely to be different from what most supporters are accustomed to, where the logos are placed on the margin.
Conceptually, it appears like a good idea. For many years, fans have clamoured for the club logo to take centre stage on the home kit and finally, they may get their wish.
The club crest featuring centrally on the home kit is symbolic of the team and footballing matters being given priority over sponsors and other commercial interests – something the club has been accused of not adhering to on many occasions under the Glazer ownership.