Man City 24/25 kit: Oasis star Noel Gallagher launches shirt font

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Manchester City have launched a new font on the back of the club’s home shirts based on the handwriting of Cityzens fan and Oasis singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher.

Arguably City’s most high-profile supporter, Gallagher’s writing has been transferred on to the back of City’s cup shirts for the 2024/25 season.

The shirts will be worn during City’s Uefa Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup campaigns and feature threads bearing the number 0161 in the trim – a reference to the dialling code for Gallagher’s Manchester birthplace.

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“Having been in the stands at Maine Road as a child and now a regular visitor to the Etihad and away matches with his family, Noel’s music as part of Oasis and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds also represents the best of Manchester and Manchester City,” the club said.

“In 2024/25, he will be a part of our renewed hunt for some of the most coveted trophies in world football.”

Man City 24/25 kit: How to buy

The kit is available from City’s official website. Gallagher wrote out the names and numbers of every player.

The shop allows fans to buy shirts printed with the designs, meaning supporters can don the names and numbers of the likes of Ederson, John Stones, Phil Foden and Erling Haaland.

Youth and adult kits are available in short and long-sleeve versions. Prices range from £76 to £116, with replica and authentic models for sale.


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Man City 24/25 away kit

City are yet to launch their 2024/25 away kit, with rumours suggesting it could be based on the look of their 1998/99 design and launched in late July or August.

Their new goalkeeper kit, which is likely to be be donned by Brazil international Ederson when City defend their Premier League title, is available to buy.

“Manchester’s 0161 is more than an area code,” the club said, explaining their decision to weave the dialling code in to the new shirts.

“It’s an accent, a swagger, a sense of what being Mancunian is all about – even if you aren’t Mancunian… [we] invite the world to wear it.”

Ben Miller
Ben Miller
Ben has more than 10 years' experience in sports journalism, covering two EURO tournaments, European club competitions, the Premier League, EFL and WSL and a variety of other major sporting events.

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