Manchester United have officially revealed their new adidas home kit for the 2019/20 season which pays tribute to the famous treble of 1999.
Current Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer featured and scored in the 1999 Champions League final when they came from behind to beat Bayern Munich at Camp Nou in Barcelona.
The minutes of the goals that night - the 91st and 93rd - are displayed on the sleeve of the new shirt, while the dates of the three competition triumphs are also shown along the bottom.
The kit also features a brand new bold black commemorative crest design with gold stitching, taking inspiration from the shirt worn during the 1998/99 season.
The goalkeeper kit also pays tribute to United's success that season. It features a tiger pattern in a dark purple two-tone design, referencing the kit Peter Schmeichel previously donned.
The kit will be displayed for the first time in an anniversary game against Bayern Munich on 26 May. That fixture will include players who featured in the 1999 Champions League final. The first team will then wear the kit against Leeds on 17 July during their pre-season tour.
United will hope the kit will be become synonymous with a new era of success at the club, with Solskjaer facing a massive summer after finishing sixth in the Premier League, missing out on Champions League qualification.
The Norwegian oversaw an incredible turnaround in fortunes after taking over from the sacked Jose Mourinho but a bad run of form towards the end of the campaign saw them knocked out of the Champions League by Barcelona and pick up one point from their final two league games.