Man City kit: The home, away and third jerseys for the 2017-18 season

A number of high-profile new signings could be strutting their stuff at the Etihad Stadium next season in Pep Guardiola's side's new Nike designs

With the signing of Bernardo Silva already secured and numerous high-profile players set to follow, Manchester City look set for a statement summer.

There could be a number of new stars making their debuts at the Etihad Stadium in 2017-18 and City will hope Pep Guardiola's second season in charge sees him restore the club to contention for major honours.

EPL kits: All the new 2017-18 jerseys

It could be a memorable year for the club, then, and they will be taking to the pitch come August in three new kits.

From confirmed releases to the latest rumours, our guide has everything you need to know about City's uniforms for the new campaign.


Manchester City kit

After a delay out of respect for the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing, City released their new home kit on May 31.

It does not diverge greatly from their classic design and is based on the strip the title-winning team of 1967-68 wore, returning to one shade of light blue after the two-toned effort they wore last season.

The shirt also features white trim around the neck and down the side panels and a geometric pattern to enhance fit. The socks, meanwhile, have a red horizontal stripe to reflect the 1967-68 design.


Nicolas Anelka Manchester City

City's away kit is not expected to be released until July, but rumours have suggested they will be going back to claret for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

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Their change strip has generally been dominated by reds and blacks. Last season's was black with dark red - almost claret - sleeves, while in 2011-12 they wore red-and-black stripes.


Like the away kit, the third kit has yet to be revealed officially but it is expected that City will once again have three options at their disposal next season.

Leaks of the third kit that have appeared so far have revealed an interesting dark green design that looks almost like camouflage due to the pattern of the print on the shirt. We may not get a full look until close to the start of the season or even later, though.

Last season's third kit was an eye-catching orange-to-purple gradient. City have worn yellow before but - if accurate - green would be a new look for them.

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