Manchester City Third Stadium Shirt 2018-19
Stand out with the bold, alternate look of the defending champions in theÂ Manchester City 2018-19 Third Stadium Shirt.Â
With a variation of the 16-17 third kit colour scheme, the third kit has a classy purple and orange design that incorporates a subtle graphic of the Etihad stadium and surrounding areas. The stadium shirt has a slightly looser fit than the one the players wear, for a more comfortable fan feel. It uses Nike Breathe fabric to keep you cool. A monochrome variation of the traditional City badge is woven on the chest.
Jersey's Care Tips:
- â€¢ Nike Breathe fabric
- â€¢ Raglan sleeves
- â€¢ Neckband with reduced seams for a smooth feel
- â€¢ Woven Man City crest
- â€¢ 100% polyester
- Turn jersey inside out
Before putting jersey into washer machine, please turn your jersey inside out to protect names, numbers or patches you have on it.
- Cold water only
Wash in cold water to AVOID all of the colors spread on your jersey.
- Lay Flat OR Hang Dry Outside
Please DO NOT put the jersey direct sunlight, else the jersey's colors will be faded.
We will deliver to you as soon as possible. And please contact us if you did not receive it within 3 days time.
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