Manchester United Unveil New 2021/22 Home Kit, Teamviewer As New Sponsor


Manchester United has just revealed their brand new 2021/22 home kit, and it features a brand new partner.

Euro 2020 might be over, but the Premier League is just beginning. And what comes with a new season? A brand new kit!

West Ham, Liverpool and Man United have all released their 2021/22 season kits this week, and one of them has caused a bit of confusion.

Man United’s kit has a strange name plastered over the front of it. What is TeamViewer?

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Man United unveils new Home 2021/22 kit

What Is Teamviewer?

TeamViewer is one of Europe’s leading computer software companies.

Launched in 2005 and based in Germany, they help to provide remote access, focusing on cloud-based technologies to enable online remote support and global collaboration.

After the Covid-19 pandemic, people need to be able to connect worldwide more than ever, and TeamViewer claim to be at the forefront of that innovation.

Welcome to a new era of possibility.

Welcome to a world that works better.

Welcome, @TeamViewer #MUFC #BringingYouCloser pic.twitter.com/83y372oF62

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 15, 2021

Teamviewer Are Man United’s New Partner

Man United has just signed a five-year partnership with TeamViewer.

Richard Arnold, Manchester United Managing Director, said:

“We are looking forward to using TeamViewer’s technology to drive digitalisation of the club and open new ways for us to connect with our fans. This will bring huge benefits to both of our organisations and, most importantly, to our fans around the world.”

For TeamViewer, the partnership will give them a global platform to build their reputation as a trusted software company.

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