Manchester City has unveiled a special kit to celebrate their 125th anniversary.
The team will wear the new shirts during Sunday’s Community Shield match against Liverpool.
The Puma design features no branding to reflect the classic, simple design of the club’s first strips.
One the back features a ship, which more than half of fan votes selected as the city’s symbol after the Manchester Ship Canal.
The inside collar has a copy of the club’s founding document.
A spokesman for Manchester City said: ‘The kit is inspired by the club’s history, with specific design elements voted for by the club’s fans, and is primarily light blue with a white trim.
‘The crest features gold embroidery celebrating the club’s 125 years.
‘A limited edition run of 1,894 individually numbered authentic shirts will be produced to reflect the Club’s founding year, as well as replica shirts for men, women and kids.’
The entire strip include white shorts and sky blue socks.
There’ll be a limited edition run of 1,894 individually numbered authentic shirts produced to reflect our founding year, as well as replica shirts available for men, women and kids!
— Manchester City (@ManCity) July 31, 2019