New home kit for 2017/18 revealed
Posted: Wednesday, June 28th 2017
Friday, June 30th 2017
City fans can pre-order the 2017/18 home shirt online from tomorrow (Saturday, July 1st).
The pinstriped shirt was modelled by club record signing Famara Diédhiou earlier this week, and now fans can find out how to get their hands on it.
A special pre-order period will be open online from July 1st, meaning fans can guarantee being the first to get their hands on the shirt, ahead of general sale.
Adult shirts are available in small to 5XL sizes, priced £45, with youth sizes from six years to 14 years for £30.
Adult shorts (small to 2XL) cost £25, with youth shorts (six years to 14 years) priced £20. Adult socks are £10 and youth sizes just £8.
Special mini kits can be purchased, from 0-3 months to five year sizes, priced £40. This encompasses shirt, shorts and socks.
Season card and member discount is unavailable online. However, when the pre-ordered kits are dispatched, a Store voucher for the value of the appropriate discount will be included in each delivery.
Pre-orders will only be available until July 14th and will be shipped before they go on general sale, due to begin on the day of City’s home pre-season friendly with FC Twente (Friday, July 28th).
Meanwhile, under-12 season card holders will be able to reserve their free shirt during the pre-order period by PHONE ONLY from Monday (July 3rd).
Simply contact Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 (option 1) to pre-order. If you would like the shirt delivered, a charge of £5.51 is payable. Alternatively, a free collection option is available for shirts that are pre-ordered (you will be notified when to collect).
Make sure you pre-order before July 14th, or you will have to wait until general sale to secure your free under-12 shirt.
Supporter Services opening hours at 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
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