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Gear: The St Mark's range

Showcasing a range of fashionable wear with inspirations from more than a century ago...

Celebrating the Club's historic beginnings, the St Mark's range is the latest must-have City apparel

Exclusive to Manchester City, both online and in-store the latest St. Marks Range pays homage to the historic roots and the foundations in Gorton.

Inspired by the original colours of the Club, this collection features black and charcoal colourways.

The original playing jersey featured the oversized cross pattee that is prominent on these pieces. Using premium fabrics, a peach cotton, this collection gives a soft authentic heritage feel, and woven tabs incorporates the new and old crest.

Kicking off with a smart, grey T-shirt with the striking Maltese cross emblem worn on the very first Club jerseys...

Next up, for the autumn and winter months, this very smart black hoody looks good and feels warm... buy now

Here we have the black, long-sleeve top - casual and striking it could be worn anywhere, any time... buy now

A big seller, the always-smart black polo looks particularly striking... shop now

Lastly, one of the very first team shots of the early St Mark's team - shop now

Check out the Club  shops or visit our online store for prices, sizes and delivery options - shop the full range here

 

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