Football kit news from England as the Manchester City 2023-24 Champions League shirts made by Puma will feature the clubs ‘City In The Community’ (CITC) charity logo on the lower back throughout the campaign.
The logo will appear beneath the players squad numbers as it did during last season’s FA Cup and Champions League Final triumphs.
Head of City in the Community, Mike Geary, said: “We are absolutely delighted that the Club has chosen to include City in the Community’s logo on all UEFA Champions League shirts this season.
“The impact the Club’s support of the charity had throughout the Treble-winning campaign was monumental; with more than 400 million people turning in globally to watch the UEFA Champions League final, where they will have seen some of the biggest stars in the world wearing our logo with pride.
“The extension of this commitment will help us to raise further awareness and impact of the charity, which ultimately aids sustainability.
“On behalf of everyone at City in the Community, I’d like to express our sincere thanks to Manchester City and UEFA for their support.”