Full name: Manchester United Football Club
League: Premier League
Stadium: Old Trafford
Shirt sponsor: AIG
Kit manufacturer: Nike
Manchester United is the team I support since middle of the 90's. Some events contributed to this: in the 80's I saw the picture of Manchester United's team with Nikola Jovanović (my name) wearing number 2 (later I discovered that he was the first foreign player for United); after Red Star Belgrade (my first team) win the Champions Cup (Champions League) they met in the European Supercup the winner of Cupwinners Cup - Manchester United. Altough Red Star lost the game with 1 to 0, United left me a very good impresion. After that I saw United in a couple of European Cup games and slowly I start to love them.
The kit I made for united is a re-edition of an oldest design with some improvements and actualized badges. The template was used for Serbia kit and for Celtic Glasgow (follows to be re-edited). I made two sets, one for the Premier League and one for Champions League. The home kit is traditional red-white-black, plain as United get used to wear.
A second variant of the home kit with black short, for games with all white teams or teams.
The away kit is a usual white-black-white, the white and black shorts and socks allowing different combinations for home and away kit.
A second version of the away kit all white.The third kit is all blue, black trims and a white band on the back of the short. This kit can be used for second kit in international games.
In European Cups (and other international games) United plays in red-white-white. This kit has the champions League badges on sleeves and the Fifa 2008 Winner badge on the chest.
The away kit for Champions League is the third kit (for Premier League) with appropriate badges.