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Manchester United Retro 2018 Shirts

Manchester United came into existence in 1902 after previous club Newton Heath L&YR FC were narrowly saved from being closed down as J.H Davies invested into the club. The name change arose from a board meeting where the members concluded that the club needed a fresh start. Manchester United's first home colours were green and yellow halved shirts where they officially switched to red shirts in 1902. With the club languishing in the second division, they eventually gained promotion to division one in 1906 with a second place finish. A season of consolidation followed before they won their first league title in 1908. The team’s early success continued with their first of many FA Cup’s being won in 1909 before another league title was claimed in 1911. In between, the club moved to their current home Old Trafford in 1910 and played their first match there against Liverpool where they lost 4-3 after being 3-0 ahead. However, that success in 1911 proved to be the last United won for 41 years as they underwent their longest ever period without a league title. The club yo-yoed between division one and two as football became interupted due to the two World Wars breaking out.

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In 1945, Matt Busby was appointed as United manager. Busby demanded that he picked his own team, brought his own players and take training sessions. In those days, these activities all together were uncommon for football managers. Immediately under Busby, the club finished 2nd in the league three years in a row between 1947-49 along with winning the FA Cup in 1948. The league title was inevitable and United claimed their first one for 41 years in 1952 before winning it again in 1956 and 1957 with a team known as the “Busby Babes”. In 1957, they also became the first English team to compete in Europe and reached the semi finals before losing to Real Madrid.

However, in 1958, tragedy struck as a plane containing the United team crashed whilst attempting to take off killing eight team members and several of the coaching staff. Matt Busby miraculously recovered after being given the last rites several times. Jimmy Murphy took over briefly and led the team to a runners up medal in the FA Cup before Busby returned to lead them to a 2nd placed league finish in 1960. Busby looked to rebuild again throughout the 1960’s and players such as Dennis Law and George Best were recruited. Although they never reached the heights of the 1950’s side, this United team still managed to win the FA Cup in 1963 and two league titles in 1965 and 1967. Perhaps their most memorable achievement was winning their first European Cup in 1968 with a 4-1 victory over Benfica in the final. Busby eventually ended his spectacular reign with his resignation in 1969.

Manchester United 2017-18 adidas

Third time round with adidas, Premier League giants Manchester United have officially launched their new home kit for the 2017-18 season.

Manchester United 2017/18 adidas

Premier League giants Manchester United unveil their latest away shirt which opts for a classic Black and White design.

Manchester United 2016/17 adidas

The Red Devils opt for a white and 'Bold Onix third shirt colour-way with unique shoulder panel graphics for 2016/17 football.

Premier League 2016/17 Kit

As the current Premier League season comes to an end, numerous clubs have already or are set to showcase their all-new shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign to give fans a

Manchester United 2016/17 adidas

adidas take inspiration from United's 1968 European Cup success by composing a blue away shirt for 2016/17.

Manchester United 2016/17 adidas

The Red Devils shake the football world by updating their iconic home shirt for 2016/17 through a striking half and half design.

Memphis 7: Third in World Shirt

According to statistics released by sportswear outlet Kitbag, Memphis Depay is third in the list of most popular players having their name emblazoned on a football shirt. Goin

Manchester United 15/16 adidas

With adidas overtaking Nike as the current Manchester United kit suppliers, we review the fan's edition of the home shirt for the Red Devils for the 2015-16 season.

Manchester United 15/16 adidas

On the back of the new home and away kits, Premier League giants Manchester United have officially launched their new third kit for the 2015-16 season.

Manchester United 15/16 adidas

Officially launching their new adidas home kit, English giants Manchester United have revealed their brand new away kit for the 2015-16 season.

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