Manchester United Utd have released their retro-themed home kit for the 2022-23 season, which has been heavily inspired by their hugely popular jerseys from the 1990s.
The logo for global technology firm DXC has been included on the sleeve for United's latest strip, in light of the multi-year deal that has seen the American company replace Kohler as a shirt sponsor.
The Teamviewer branding can be seen front and centre once again as the club enters into the second year of its partnership with the software organisation, with traditional red and white colours dominating the design.
The Red Devils have brought back their popular triangular polo collar from the 90s for the jersey - which club legend Eric Cantona once sported in style with his famous turned-up look - while the club crest is contained inside a shield for the first time since the 2019-20 season.
Sportswear giants adidas have also added three black stripes on the shoulders, with a button design giving the players the choice with regards to having an open or closed collar.