Hey Manchester City fans, this is for you! Man City are collaborating with Puma and digital artist Musketon to release the 93:20 NFT collection. The drop will appear on the MakersPlace NFT marketplace on Friday 13th May at 20:00 UK time.
Memory of ’93:20′
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Manchester City’s first Premier League title and the iconic 93-20 moment, the football club is launching its 4th NFT collection. If you somehow missed one of the most historic days in Man City history, here’s how it went.
Late in the game against QPR, they were down 2-1 and fans began to lose hope. But two minutes into injury time, 91-14 to be precise, Edin Dzeko rose and sunk his header past the keeper to equalize. By the time the 93 minute mark was reached, the fans and staff were hugging and ready to leave the game, but City’s players weren’t done yet. Sergio Aguero runs into a gap and gets the ball from Balotelli, and then…
At the score of 93:20, Agüero hits the ball cleanly, the net bulges, the Etihad literally explodes! Smiles, hugs and tears of joy immediately filled the stadium and Man City fans around the world. Whether you’re a city fan or not, this one was something else.
Manchester City x Puma x Musketon
As Manchester City approached musketon He immediately agreed to join this project. He was proud to be part of the storied goal and the club’s rich football history. He brings his unique visual artistic style to this NFT, playing with the essence of time to symbolize 93:20. The artwork also shows Puma’s ULTRA football boots, which Puma will release on the same day of the NFT drop.
There will only be 120 pairs created as a tribute to the goal. You can see the 93:20 graphic on the outside of the boots. The footbed also features the famous “Agueroooooooo!”. Commenter’s line. This Puma boot uses the same color palette as the original PUMA v1.11 football boots worn by Sergio Agüero.
Past City NFTs
This isn’t the club’s first rodeo in the NFT space. Manchester City dropped their first collection with Jon Noorlander in May 2021 to commemorate their Premier League title win. After that they released their second collection with Alan Bolton. The Creation Drop shows an abstract representation of the process of creating the perfect footballer. They then partnered with Sony Corporation to build a replica of Etihad Stadium in the Metaverse. All of the football club’s past NFTs can be found on MakersPlace.
For Manchester City fans, buying this NFT means so much more as they can now be a part of the legendary experience. City’s Don Dransfield emphasizes his commitment to the blockchain and NFT space. They will continue to work with renowned talented creators as well as their various club partners.