City and PUMA are excited to announce this season’s RE:FIBRE campaign where we encourage fans to donate their old garments which will be recycled by PUMA to help reduce waste.

One way in which fans can recycle garments is by joining us at City Square on Sunday 7 May, before our home game against Leeds United, in a RE:FIBRE Matchday Takeover.  

Fans who bring their old garments will be in with a chance to win signed Tunnel Club tickets, City goodies and meet club legends Joleon Lescott and Shaun Wright-Phillips who will be collecting donations on the day in person.   

If you have been to the Manchester City stadium store this season, you may have noticed our take-back bins which will continue to be available for the remainder of the campaign.  

The rules for the take-back scheme are:  

  • We accept all apparel brands 
  • Please only return freshly washed garments 
  • We accept all types of clothing except for underwear, socks or swimwear  
  • Garments can be made of any material   

To help kick off the campaign, Nathan Ake and Kalvin Phillips battled it out to see who could put on the most PUMA clothing in 90 seconds before donating them to be recycled. 

As part of PUMA’s latest efforts towards sustainability, they plan to increase their overall usage of recycled polyester (by weight) to 75% by 2025 across PUMA’s Apparel and Accessories products.  

All RE:FIBRE garments are made of at least 95% of recycled textile waste and other used materials made of polyester.   

By transforming textile waste and other used materials into new textiles, we can be Forever Better.