Details of the Man City 2022/23 "Leaked" Man Puma home set feature a "deep red" color scheme

Cupertino, October 19, 2021

The Manchester City home kit for the 2022/23 season will have a brown color scheme, according to the new "leak" details.

Puma will produce the City kit again next season, after this year's offers were met with mixed reviews from fans. A home kit inspired by Sergio Aguero features a digital dashboard texture design, while a far white kit has been well received by Blues fans.

However, a controversial third navy blue kit sees the City badge replaced by the words "Man City" across the chest as part of a Puma theme covering other clubs, including Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan. City has not yet worn the third kit in a competitive game.

Just two months after the new season, there are already new reports on what the city's next home kit might look like, with Footy Headlines revealing an alleged color scheme for the new 2022/23 home shirt.

They claim that the shirt will be a traditional sky-blue color - or "Team Light Blue" - with the sponsor's logos in a brown color - or "Intense Red" - rather than the completely white scheme used this year.

It could follow the design of the City 2019/20 kit, which had purple logos and a stripe over the shoulder.

The report covers the history of the city with the use of brown on home shirts, with that color used on city socks in the 1960s and 1970s, while recalling that Kappa used brown on City kits in the 1990s.

City also wore maroon shirts away in recent seasons, most recently in 2017/18.

The kit is not expected to be released until around May 2022, with the 2022/23 sets away and the third kit will also be confirmed later in the summer.

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