Manchester United finally released today the first images of their new kit (aka “T-shirt”) for the 2014/15 Premier League season, and it turns out the images rendered back in February weren’t too far off from the final design.
The kit’s new look certainly won’t blow the lids off of fans of the franchise. Overall it presents an evolution of the previous uniform, albeit with a new sponsor. As expected, the Chevrolet Bowtie replaces the former “Aon” script on the kit despite the fact the American car manufacturer is leaving Europe.
After teasing us last week about the new uniforms, it’s great to finally see images of Manchester United’s players wearing Bowtie-embossed shirts. Americans who want to see the kit in the flesh can see Manchester United play Real Madrid on August 2 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor.