Manchester United have unveiled their new away kit - with the club giving a nod to the famous Northern Quarter district of the city.
The new adidas strip was modelled by Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard among others - with the strip available to buy in stores from today.
It features a fresh savannah-toned aesthetic and intricate patterned design that takes its inspiration from the mosaics that colour the streets of Manchester’s creative district, the Northern Quarter.
Supporters will no doubt be hoping it will bring them more success on their travels than they experienced last season, where United won just nine times on the road in the Premier League.
Standing out with a new colour palette, the striking new away shirt continues to blur the lines between sport and style, blending both cultures in to a single piece of design.
Influenced by the unique artwork of the Northern Quarter, the city is embedded deep within the design - the base colour is overlaid with a subtle pattern.
The clean Savannah colour is paired with a minimal black secondary colour that adorns the adidas three stripes on the shoulders, a modern crewneck collar, a trimmed hem and the club’s iconic badge.
Offering peak performance innovation, the kit features CLIMALITE technology to wick sweat and is made from 100% polyester.
The Manchester United players are joined by local music artist Aitch, in the launch film for the kit.
A Manchester native and United fan, Aitch has written a track to celebrate the launch which he performs in the video. It can be seen on adidas and Manchester United social channels from today.
The Manchester United away jersey will be exclusively available at adidas.com , and in adidas and club stores from 12th July 2019.
It will be first seen on pitch on Saturday, when the team kick-starts its preseason tour against Perth Glory, in Australia.