A new Premier League season means a new collection of kits. New kit day is always an exciting one for any football fan.
Will your club produce an iconic fresh design? Will they incorporate a classic throwback twist? Or will they serve up an absolute eyesore?
We take a look at the best new Premier League kits ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.
Arsenal’s 2022/23 home kit sees them keep a similar template to last seasons, with the addition of a sleek new polo collar adorned with lighting motifs. The Gunners new jersey is made from recycled materials too.
£5 from every kit bought directly through Arsenal ahead of the 2022/23 season will go directly to The Arsenal Foundation, in an effort to support local community initiatives.
Back in November 2022, Brentford made the uncommon decision to announce that their 2021/22 kit would serve as their shirt for next season.
“Whilst it is not normal practice for Premier League clubs to roll a kit over for two seasons, fans have told us that they would be in favour of the savings that a two-season shirt would provide,” said Brentford CEO Jon Varney.
“This season, our membership of The Premier League means that the income we receive from broadcast and commercial partnerships far outweighs the income we can generate from retail, therefore now is the perfect time for us to try something different without it having a material impact on our revenue.”
Liverpool’s new home kit see them ditch the orange diagonal strips and trim from last season in favour of a much cleaner block red shirt for the upcoming campaign.
One nice detail added to the Reds new kit is a 97 emblem encased by the Eternal Flames, which sits at the nape of the shirts neck – a tribute to those who lost their lives in the Hillsborough disaster.
The 97 has been changed from 96 in recognition of Andrew Stanley Devine, who was the 97th person unlawfully killed as a result of the tragedy.
Premier League champions Manchester City have opted for a different style for their 2022/23 kit, aligning both their club crest and shirt manufacturers badge centrally.
The sky blue shirt features centered badges and maroon red trim around the neck and arms which is a nod to late club legend Colin Bell, who guided City to the First Division title back in 1968.
The Caralan giants unveiled their new kit at the start of June, with striking blue shoulders
The traditional black-and-white stripes have had a makeover for the ‘Old Lady’ of Italian football.