The Manchester City 2019-20 season team Home and 3rd kits debut with the special NHS and Black Lives Matter patch that appear on the front and sleeve of the player and referee kits.
In recognition to NHS workers in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, players and referee will be wearing heart-shaped logo emblazoned on to their front chest of shirts. With players also holding a minute’s silence in recognition of those affected by coronavirus before each game for the first round of fixtures, to pay tribute to frontline NHS workers. The NHS badge will remain on playing shirts for all remaining fixtures of the 2019/20 season.
The Home kits:
The English Premier League patch to be replaced with the 'Black Lives Matter' logos that will appear on the sleeve of the player and referee. These patch appear once during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Burnley FC at Etihad Stadium on June 22, 2020 in Manchester, England.
Instead of their names on the back of the shirt, "Black Lives Matter" will be printed above squad numbers in solidarity with the social justice movement.
Support for the Black Lives Matter movement is seen on the club 3rd shirt during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on June 25, 2020 in London, United Kingdom. Alternate design for 'Black Lives Matter' patch that appear on the sleeve of the English Premier League team shirts player. These patch debut on the second match fixtures after the league returns on June 17 2020.