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Legendary club, The Haçienda, is the inspiration for new Manchester City football kit

From one club to another...

Manchester City Football Club and Puma have unveiled the new 2019/20 season football kits.

Both the home and away kits pay homage to cultural aspects of the city's history, with the away strip inspired by famous Manchester clubbing institute, The Haçienda.

The club was the beating heart of Manchester's rave culture, founded in 1982 by New Order and the team behind Factory Records. The Haçienda closed its doors for good in 1997. 

The away kit is set on a black base with the shoulder featuring the famous yellow stripes, a tribute to the Ben Kelly designed club space.

Earlier this year, Manchester's new 10,000 capacity venue Depot was revealed.

Aphex Twin and Nina Kraviz will perform in September at The Warehouse Project opening party taking place at Depot.