The shirt is the first to be produced for the club by Adidas since 1992. United's kit suppliers for the last 13 years was Nike while Umbro held the rights from 1992 to 2002.
The German sportswear firm is set to pay the Premier League club £750 million over the next 10 years to produce their shirts.
Fans have been looking forward to Adidas shirt launch since it was announced, as their previous association yielded many classic designs.
However, the design of the 2015/16 women's shirt has caused controversy with its plummeting neck line hugely different to the men's v-neck.
All the drama about the womens shirt .. Just buy a mans one instead #mufc— Elizabeth Ross (@bibuk86) August 3, 2015
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