The team's early home shirts were a combination of yellow and green with the occasional red and white shirt released. However, once the club was renamed as Manchester United, the shirts were solely red aside from the home shirts used between 1922 and 1927 that were white with red details. The rest of the 20th and 21st century saw United deploy the red shirt with white shorts. One of the most recognisable Manchester United home shits was the one used in 1999 where the club won the treble winning the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League.
In 1982, the first sponsor was placed on the famous red shirt in the form of Sharp electronics company who remained present for 18 years until 2000 when they were replaced by Vodafone. 2006 saw the team sponsored by AIG until AON placed their white worded logo on the front in 2010. Famous home kits include the 1907-1911 red home shirt in which the club won their first ever league and FA Cup title in 1908 and 1909. Other notable shirts include the 1998-99 red home shirt sponsored by Sharp Electronics which saw the club win the treble for the first time in their history and the 1967-68 shirt worn by United legend Sir Bobby Charlton in the clubs first ever European Championship title.
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With adidas Football and Man Utd signing the biggest kit deal in football history in July 2014, the club's 2015/16 shirt was not only an exciting prospect but also a stunning display. Chevrolet again sponsored the shirt after they signed a seven-year deal back in July 2012. The 2015/16 shirt for the Red Devils was classic in design and reminiscent of the retro adidas kits back in the 1980s as it featured a traditional red base while adidas' three-stripes on the shoulders were white.
The 2014-15 Manchester United home kit is again royal red and features white and black details on the collar and sleeve cuffs. The home kit is completed with white shorts and black socks with red and white trim. Seen on the bottom of the collar is a chevron finish was was integrated on the club's early 20th century shirts. A Red Devil pennant tab is included while on the nape of the neck is the message Youth, Courage, Greatness in relation to the club's values. As with all of Nike's kits this shirt features the Dri-Fit technology which is designed to keep players cool by drawing sweat away from the body.
The 2013-14 Manchester United home kit is royal red and features a classic black two buttoned polo collar. Additional details include white Big Swoosh Nike and Aon logos. The names and numbers on the back of the shirt are coloured white while the sleeves are plain red. The home kit is completed with either black or white shorts and black socks with red trim.