We’re celebrating all things retro at Manchester City this month, which comes with a very important question for all our supporters.
What’s the greatest kit we’ve ever had?
From our earliest beginnings as St Mark’s to the present day offering from Nike, we’ve had some classics down the years and this is your chance to have your say on which is the most glorious City kit of all.
Head to mancity.com/favouriteshirt now to cast your vote!
Nostalgia is definitely the theme this March and for all those that take part there’s a chance to get your hands on a priceless piece of City memorabilia.
We’ll be giving away three retro shirts all signed by a Club legend.
Up first is our 1969 FA Cup final shirt, signed by our winning captain, Tony Book and his team-mate and now Club Ambassador Mike Summerbee.
Later in the month we’ll also be giving away the No. 8 shirt immortalised by Colin Bell – signed by the man himself – and also the shirt from our 1999 play-off win, signed by Wembley hero, Paul Dickov.
Throughout March you can get your hands on all three of these shirts, plus the sky blue efforts from 1982 and 1996 for just £20.
The City retro range features several shirts from days gone by and is on sale now at the Etihad Stadium and Market Street stores and online at mancity.com/shop.
And as we reminisce and recognise various iterations of the Club’s kit we’ll be speaking to the men who so famously and proudly wore these shirts.
Expect tales from the 60s and 70s from Messrs. Book, Bell and Summerbee, as well as Dickov’s recollections of that famous goal, while former kit man turned CityTV presenter, Les Chapman, will be sitting down to tell us the stories behind some of our more memorable strips.
Head to mancity.com/shop now to get your favourite retro shirt!