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Leaked Manchester United Home Kit 2016-17

This is what appears to be the new Man Utd home kit for 2016/17, MUFC’s new principal strip for the upcoming Premier League season. The Red Devils have already unveiled their new away kit and have not officially revealed their home one, but the top has already been seen on sale abroad and here are a few pics courtesy a couple of our eagle eyed readers.

The new home shirt features two shades of red separated by hexagonal detailing. The Adidas stripes are on the side, as has been the trend with all new releases from the German giant this season. Chevrolet remain sponsors.

See other released new Premier League strips for 2016/17 at Footballkitnews.com

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  1. Sean
    June 3rd, 2016 at 09:52 | #1

    Inspired by the old Newton Heath half and half kit, I suppose.

    Looks ok, but those hexagonal details feel a bit “snakey”.

  2. Russel1311
    June 3rd, 2016 at 10:19 | #2

    So sick of this conveyor belt of new kits every season. It’s just so brazen now – at least 5-10 years ago you’d get clubs committing to keeping their shirt for two seasons. And before the Premier League some clubs would even be as mad as to keep the same kit for THREE seasons!! I know, insane, right?

    Now clubs don’t even try to hide the fact that they’re just trying to rinse fans every year – some even bring out ‘stadium’ and ‘fan’ versions.

    I’m just waiting for the day when we see on footballkitnews: “Manchester United reveal their new first half and second half home kits. The first half home kit has a bit of white trim on the collar and will be worn in the first 45 minutes of Premier League games at Old Trafford. The second half kit has a slightly darker shade of red on the sleeves and will be worn after half time. The new first half and second half away kits and the first half and second half FA Cup kits will be revealed soon, and all of these kits will become obsolete in November when United bring out their new range of winter kits.”

  3. Derby
    June 3rd, 2016 at 14:01 | #3

    Awful, rubbish, rip off. Fleecing fans again.

  4. Les Glum
    June 3rd, 2016 at 15:34 | #4

    @Russel1311

    I agree Russell, this is what I put on the Cardiff away kit page earlier:

    June 3rd, 2016 at 08:54

    The reality is that as long as we are subjected to every club having 2/3 new kits every year, people like Adidas are inevitably going to run out of ideas. They clearly have reached this point now. if only we could go back to the days where kits changed every two years, alternating so that each year it was either a new home or new away kit.
    Presumably Cardiff will have the red shorts with white stripes c/w the new adidas socks with the broad white stripe around the top and three vertical stripes feeding down into it as per the new Chelsea / Forest / Birmingham etc etc
    Remember the days when Tottenham had the funny little semi circle on their shorts in the ’91 Cup Final – Totally bespoke…….. those were the days etc etc

  5. Jamie
    June 3rd, 2016 at 16:09 | #5

    @Russel1311

    ha ha ha ha

  6. Deepdale
    June 4th, 2016 at 22:36 | #6

    You do realise that every team changes their kit EVERY season. Not just Man United

  7. Vince
    June 5th, 2016 at 02:57 | #7

    As usual, I think the Chevrolet logo spoils the jersey so much. I wonder how a team as prestigious as ManU can’t manage to have a “better looking” sponsor on its uniforms.

  8. ajc70
    June 5th, 2016 at 12:30 | #8

    Not too keen on that, it looks like a cheap training shirt.

  9. MARK STEVART
    June 5th, 2016 at 20:31 | #9

    THE 2 YR CYCLE FOR KIT CHANGES WAS ABOLISHED 6 YRS AGO NOW

  10. Carl
    June 6th, 2016 at 12:33 | #10

    @Les Glum

    But as fans, you demand new talent, new transfers… players who are demanding ever increasing wages… but still bemoan season ticket prices, fast kit release cycles etc.

    Surely you’re visiting a ‘football kit’ website as you enjoy seeing the new designs. Noone demands you buy them, and surely 50 quid a year isn’t going to kill you to support the team you love. This is an age old issue that people moan about because they think they have to moan about it.

    You could have a two year kit release cycle and only afford Mario Balotelli instead maybe

  11. PR
    June 6th, 2016 at 14:23 | #11

    I think this is their best kit for a while. But even now I’d prefer Sharp Viewcam instead of that Chevrolet logo

  12. Pete
    June 7th, 2016 at 09:07 | #12

    Yes I like this, it’s simple yet has a unique look to it. Even Chevrolet’s awful logo doesn’t spoil it too much.

  13. jezza
    June 9th, 2016 at 12:15 | #13

    ghastly