History of Manchester United Shirt Reviews
Manchester United Football Club is an English football club, which plays in the Premier League. His homeland is Old Trafford in Greater Manchester. The Red Devils as they are affectionately known boast more than 300 million fans worldwide.
Currently managed by Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United is one of the most successful teams in the history of English football and has won 21 major titles since he was hired in 1986.
During its remarkable history, many famous players finished in the famous Manchester United shirt can trace their roots when Manchester United was named Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Football club.
In the days Newton Heath, the shirts were made of yellow and green sections (1878 -1892) with some additional colors that are used as a red and white shirt (for 1892-1894), with blue shorts.
There was also a brief period in which a white shirt with a red strip was deployed. All that changed in 1902 when the club changed its name to Manchester United.
At this stage, the club has radically altered the colors red kit, white shorts and black socks. The distance range is a white shirt, black shorts and white socks, but different looks for this group existed.
Interestingly, Manchester United has not won a single game wearing this group, players claiming passes went astray, because it was very difficult to see your teammates! Manchester United third band is blue of respect for the kit used in 1968 Cup triumph Europe.
The Manchester United shirt worn for home games today is red with a white stripe running over the back. The club logo is on a red shield on the left chest.
The "Red Devil" was added in the 1960s after Matt Busby heard the name used by a local rugby club.
The shirt away in use today is white with blue edges. It has red trim on the neck and the club emblem is on a white background on the left chest.