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Retro Manchester City Shirts

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Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
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Retro Man City shirts

Man City retro kit and vintage Man City shirts

We have a range of retro Man City shirts covering some classic retro Man City kits. All our vintage Manchester City shirts are original and authentic shirts.

The 2016-17 home shirt was a lovely design, but it also helps that it signified a new era with the arrival of Pep Guardiola. Sky blue was complemented by darker blue shoulders, sleeves and lines down the sides. There was also a new crest and geometric shapes related to the ‘knit zones’.

Events on the pitch do help make a shirt iconic, so the 2011-12 home shirt is going to be a favourite because of that famous Premier League triumph on goal difference alone, secured with goals by Edin Dzeko in the 91st minute and then Sergio Aguero. It was another simple design, with a white contrast to the collar and lines to the sides, and a faint, darker tone geometric pattern from the chest down.

Manchester City’s away shirts have seen great variety and quality.  One of our favourites is the 2013-14 away shirt, two-tone shiny black with gold contrasts – magnificent. For those who like their shirts to evoke great memories, few would argue against the 1998-99 away shirt being up there as an all-time favourite.  It was brash; fluorescent yellow and black stripes, with sky blue edging, but it was the shirt worn by Manchester City in one of the most important games in their history, when they secured promotion from the 2nd division, via a dramatic play off final win against Gillingham at Wembley.