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Man City tour kits to feature iconic design

Manchester City’s pre-season tour of the United States will feature a special Manchester themed kit design across the numbers and letters on the back of the players’ shirts.

             Design takes inspiration from the Manchester Town Hall floor mosaic that features the iconic ‘worker bee’ symbol

             Fans will be able to purchase these for their own shirts, with the proceeds going to the We Love MCR Charity

This design will be seen for the first time as City face Borussia Dortmund at Chicago’s Soldier Field Stadium on Friday and will also be on the kit for match in Miami next week.

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Fans will be able to customise their current shirts and new purchases with this design for a limited time by visiting the City Store at the Etihad Campus. The proceeds from this will go to the We Love MCR Charity.

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Omar Berrada, Manchester City’s chief operating officer, commented: “We are really excited to unveil this new feature for the players’ tour kits this year and take a part of Manchester with us on our travels. Manchester is a city with a great sense of identity and I know players and fans will be proud to wear shirts with such a symbolic design on them.

“We would like to thank Manchester City Council for their support with this project and look forward to raising funds for the city through the We Love MCR Charity.”

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Etihad to shine spotlight on Special Olympics

LANDMARK EVENT: Claudio Bravo, Leroy Sane and Aymeric Laporte wear the tour shirts

The Etihad logo on the Club kit will be swapped for the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019 logo for one match as Manchester City take on Borussia Dortmund in the International Champions Cup.


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Man City launch new fan network 'City Matters'

NEW INITIATIVE: Manchester City are to launch a new fan network called 'City Matters'

Manchester City has launched a new initiative to provide fans with the opportunity to meet senior Club representatives on a quarterly basis, to discuss a wide range of issues and topics which are of importance to the Club’s wider supporter base.

Network will allow fans' representatives and the Club to meet on a quarterly basis to discus a range of topics and issues