Manchester City PES Kits 2018/19

Manchester City PES Kits season: 18/19
Manchester City PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

kits:
goalkeeper (league-CL)
home (league-CL)
away (league-CL)
third (league-CL)

about the team:
PES name: MAN BLUE
PES ID: 173
Founded: 1880
Website: www.mcfc.co.uk
Address: Rowsley Street, M11 3FF, Manchester
Country: England
Phone: +44 (870) 062 1894
Stadium: Etihad Stadium (Manchester)
Capacity: 55097

about the colors:
Manchester City's home colors are sky blue and white. Traditional away kit colors have been either maroon or (from the 1960s) red and black; however, in recent years several different colors have been used. The origins of the club's home colors are unclear, but there is evidence that the club has worn blue since 1892 or earlier. A booklet entitled Famous Football Clubs – Manchester City published in the 1940s indicates that West Gorton (St. Marks) originally played in scarlet and black, and reports dating from 1884 describe the team wearing black jerseys bearing a white cross, showing the club's origins as a church side. The red and black away colors used infrequently yet recurrently come from former assistant manager Malcolm Allison, who believed that adopting the colors of A.C. Milan would inspire City to glory. Allison's theory worked, with City winning the 1969 FA Cup Final, 1970 League Cup Final and the 1970 European Cup Winners' Cup Final in red and black stripes as opposed to the club's home kit of sky blue.

On 15 October 2015, following years of criticism from the fans over the design of the 1997 badge, the club announced they intended to carry out a fan consultation on whether to disregard the club badge and institute a new design. After the consultation, the club announced in late November 2015 the current club badge would be replaced in due course by a new version which would be designed in the style of the older, circular variants. A design purporting to be the new badge was unintentionally leaked two days early prior to the official unveiling on 26 December 2015 by the IPO when the design was trademarked on 22 December. The new design was officially unveiled at the club's home match on 26 December against Sunderland.


Trophies:
Premier League: 3 Titles
Football League Championship: 7 Titles
Football League Cup: 3 Titles
League Cup: 3 Titles
FA Community Shield: 3 Titles
FA Cup: 5 Titles






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