New Manchester United Kit 14/15- Nike Man Utd Home Jersey 2014/2015

This is the new Manchester United home kit 2014/15, English giants Man Utd’s new principal strip for the upcoming Premier League season. The Red Devils had a disappointing 2013/14 season under David Moyes and will be hoping for a better season in 2014 under new manager Louis van Gaal. Made by Nike, the new Man Utd home strip was officially unveiled on 7 July, 2014.

The shirt is predominantly red with white collar and cuffs and features red and black trim. It has a new sponsor in the form of Chevrolet.

The likes of Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata, Shinji Kagawa and David De Gea are here seen modelling the new Man Utd top 2014/15. The strip was first worn in a pre-season friendly against LA Galaxy.

Buy the new Man Utd home shirt today at well known merchants Kitbag

Or shop for it at reputed US retailers World Soccer Shop

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17 thoughts on “New Manchester United Kit 14/15- Nike Man Utd Home Jersey 2014/2015

  1. Sean

    Chevrolet logo is terrible. Ruins what would otherwise have been a decent kit.

    Wonder what’s worse, this or the gingham tea towel kit?

  2. Mark

    I enjoyed the gingham tea towel kit 🙂

    This new kit, the sponsor ruins it for me. I like the cuffs, but the loud gradient sponsor is too much. Couldn’t they do a flat single colour sponsor on the chest of the home and do this one for the away kit?

  3. Observer

    Would have liked the shirt with just the logo and not the name of sponsor. Otherwise like the shirt.

  4. ajc70

    Nice shirt, don`t mind the sponsor. Kind of appropriate really, hope it helps with all that American created debt !

  5. Andy Morrison 5

    The metallic effect on the sponsor logo is just horrendous. Plus the spacing on the giant bow-tie and the word just doesn’t work.

    Despise the club but will admit that with a white AON this would look fine. I kind of like the thin black stripe outside of the white cuffs.

  6. Drew Peacock

    If it was the nicest shirt in history, that sponsor would ruin it. (sorry Chevy)

  7. steve low

    pleased to see the white trim return to the shirt but i think nike have run out of ideas as most nike kits look similar but generally not a bad effort the best shirt utd have had in years

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