New Man City Away Kit 2014/15- Blue Nike MCFC Alternate Shirt 2014/2015

This is the new Man City away kit 14/15, Manchester City’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new MCFC away top was officially unveiled on 25th July, 2014 in Manhattan.

The away shirt features a dark blue collar and consists of a series of blue bands, starting with dark blue at the top and progressively becoming lighter towards the hem.

In 1999, City famously scored two late goals to secure a 2-2 draw against Gillingham in the Second Division playoff final at Wembley before winning on penalties and securing promotion back to the First Division.

That their away shirt was dark blue and yellow stripes. To honor that memorable occasion, this away shirt features yellow names and numbers on the back, and the Nike Swoosh and sponsor’s name in yellow on the front.

Inside the back of the neck is a dark blue pennant tab with the bold statement “We are City” in yellow.

Buy this new City away shirt today at well known merchants Kitbag

Or shop for it at reputed US retailers World Soccer Shop

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26 thoughts on “New Man City Away Kit 2014/15- Blue Nike MCFC Alternate Shirt 2014/2015

  1. Jake

    Huge like! Could have been more creative with the shorts but it’s still an awesome kit

  2. Observer

    What an awful back story. Gillingham blah blah. Blue home shirt, blue away shirt seriously Nike and mcfc. .. Shirt actually just an evolution of Nike’s faded shirt collection.

  3. Hello, how do you do?

    brilliant, but if there was a blue bit around the end of the sleeves it would make it perfect. 9/10

  4. Observer

    Observer :
    What an awful back story. Gillingham blah blah. Blue home shirt, blue away shirt seriously Nike and mcfc. .. Shirt actually just an evolution of Nike’s faded shirt collection.

    Being thinking about it.The 99 playoff final shirt was navy and neon green. And it had stripes. Someone at Nike missed something here

  5. Eric

    Really great.
    It sure looks like Argentina’s away from the World Cup with the gradient stripes. But, oh well. Still looks stunning.

  6. Moza

    It’s a very nice kit no doubt, but why blue as a change when your home kit is blue? Wait, I know, so a third kit can be sold!

  7. Les Glum

    @Observer
    What utter nonsense, why don’t they just say “We quite chose this design because it will look good with a pair of jeans and people will buy it as a fashion top !

    why do they think the general public are gonna fall for this rubbish !

    it’s all about selling, selling, selling !

  8. karen creber

    what a horrible shirt,looks as its been designed by a 4 year old with some crayons.

  9. aiman

    I think the message behind the kit is that they need Argentine power.(if u know what i mean)

  10. THFC4ever

    Nice, but don’t know weight its blue because what will they wear against Chelsea, Everton, Leicester and QPR?

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