Discount Women's Manchester United Home Jersey 2023/24
Discount Women's Manchester United Home Jersey 2023/24

Discount Women's Manchester United Home Jersey 2023/24

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2024-07-12 08:41:10

Real Madrid jersey came defective. You removed the “HP” patch and the glue mark was left, which ruined the sleeve of the jersey. Colombia jersey should say “Colombia” on the back of the neck and this one says nothing.

2024-07-11 21:31:59

These jerseys are amazing! Love the quality of them. However, if you are on the big side, 2xl are feeling more fitted than before and you should get the 3xl.



Discount Women's Manchester United Home Jersey 2023/24




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Country and League: England-Premier League



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Here is the new Women's Manchester United home jersey for 2023-24.



The Adidas Man United 2023-2024 jersey combines a classic red main color with black for logos and the Three Stripes plus white detailing.


It is the first time since the 2019-2020 season that Adidas use black as the secondary color. Officially, the red color is called "Team Collage Red".




The main sponsor, the names and numbers, and the DXC Technology sleeve sponsor logos are white.


The TeamViewer sponsor logo has been updated, although United could have a new sponsor by the time the season starts.


In terms of design, the 2023-24 Manchester United home kit truly embodies the essence of Manchester.


The kit features a repeating pattern that combines a Lancashire Rose with the geometric pattern that could be inspired by Trafford Road Bridge.



The Lancashire Rose is a heraldic symbol that represents the historic county of Lancashire in northwestern England.


It is a red rose with a gold center, and it has been used as an emblem for the county for centuries.


The Lancashire Rose is still used today in various forms, such as on the county flag and the badges of Lancashire's cricket and rugby teams.



The Trafford Road Bridge was built in 1896 and is one of the oldest remaining bridges in the city.


The bridge spans the Manchester Ship Canal and was an important transportation route during the Industrial Revolution, connecting the Trafford Park industrial estate to the rest of the city.