Thursday, February 6, 2014

Manchester United 2013/2014 Season Jersey Font

The kits of Manchester United for the 2013/2014 season in the English Premier League is supplied by Nike



The Manchester United 2013/2014 season font contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, complete Latin 1 diacritics (accented letters), standard Latin 1 ligatures, and, some punctuation and symbols. There are also numbers with highlight as shown on the Rooney jersey. What the font does not have is the Manchester United badge on the numbers. The font is available in both Open Type and True Type font formats. 



The characters in the number positions are plain numbers. The numbers with highlight are in the Shift-number positions, accessed by pressing and holding the shift key then pressing a number key. The highlighted numbers are also available as stylistic alternates of the plain numbers in Open Type features aware applications. 

A preview font, in both OTF and TTF, with very limited glyph set is available for download to give you a chance to test the font. The instructions on how to get the full font is indicated in the copyright field of the preview font and in a text file included in the preview font download pack.

Download the preview font here or here

Click on the SKIP AD button when you get to the linked page. The button is shown, after a short delay, near the upper right corner of the page. A click on the SKIP AD button starts the font download.

Hope you like my font.

2 comments:

  1. I'm hoping you can help.....

    Do you know or have the font for the Man Utd Black Sharpe Viewcam Away Jersey used in the 1994-1995 season. See below for example

    http://www.oldfootballshirts.com/en/teams/m/manchester-united/old-manchester-united-football-shirt-s1292.html

    Thanks in advnace!

    Paula

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    1. The Sharp part is a logo.You can find a lot in vector format in graphics sites in the internet

      As for the VIEWCAM part it could be any of the sans-serif font. If you can find a box of the camera, find as big an image as possible, crop the word VIEWCAM and use www.whatfont.is or www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont to identify the font.

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