The Manchester United 1991-92 home kit was a classic and iconic design that featured the club's traditional red color with white accents. The kit consisted of a short-sleeved red shirt with a white collar and cuffs, paired with white shorts and red socks.
One of the most notable features of the kit was the bold white diagonal stripe that ran from the right shoulder down to the left hip, which was a tribute to the club's legendary 1968 European Cup-winning team. The stripe was made up of small red dots, adding a subtle yet effective touch of detail to the overall design.
The Manchester United crest was positioned on the left-hand side of the chest, while the Sharp Electronics logo adorned the center of the shirt. The shorts featured the club crest on the right leg, and the Adidas logo on the left.
The 1991-92 season saw Manchester United finish second in the English First Division, just one point behind champions Leeds United. However, the kit remains a favorite among fans and collectors alike, and is considered a classic example of football kit design from the era.