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New Premier League kits 2019/20: EVERY released home and away shirt

New Premier League kits 2019/20

From Arsenal's classy '90s adidas throwback to Chelsea's let-loose-with-a-permanent-marker look, FourFourTwo takes a look at every Premier League side's new kits for 2019/20

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It's that most weirdly anticipated time of the year: what your beloved club will be wearing for the new campaign. 

No matter how Against Modern Football you are ("What's next, a fifth shirt?"), it's hard not to feel a twinge of excitement for these new Premier League kits going into 2019/20. New threads mean the new season is almost upon us – and these are the top-flight clubs that have released their gear so far.

We'll be updating this page as and when new ones are added. If you're inclined to buy them, we've listed the best price for each below as well...

Arsenal

Brand - Adidas

Home

Just look at this kit. Cool sleeves, cool neckline, cool redesign, and then Adidas went and released one of the coolest promo videos from recent memory to top it off. After several years with Puma, the Gooners have reverted back to their Adidas '90s roots – and we can all agree it was a good decision.

£59.95 from Kitbag

Mesut Ozil

Away

The kind of kit that makes you wish everything was retro. The early 1990s original was given the derisive nickname 'bruised banana', but nothing can detract from its lasting place in football fans' hearts. Toned down and updated, Adidas have created an attractive tribute.

Lacazette

Aston Villa 

Brand - Kappa

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Aston VIlla used the big-money signing of defender Tyrone Mings to simultaneously reveal their new kit - and a clean effort it is. The stripes from last season have been dropped, the sky blue sleeves are back after a season away and the collar is pretty sharp. 

A big issue, however, is that sponsor logo. The only explanation we can think of is that the designer is a Wolves fan.

£55 from Kitbag

Away

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Bournemouth

Brand - Umbro

Home

This will be Bournemouth’s fifth season in the top flight, and to celebrate, Umbro have knocked together essentially the same kit as every other season. But wait: this year they’ve added more stripes! The eagle-eyed among you will have seen that there are in fact darker red stripes within the red stripes; commonly known as stripeception. It's a nice kit in fairness, and if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it…

£50 from Umbro

Joshua King, Simon Francis and Jade Hockey

Away

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Brighton 

Brand - Nike 

Home

The Seagulls have reverted to a more classic, slightly wider stripe that should appease traditionalists within the club’s fanbase. The lines have also been given an update; a splash of navy has been added, and the shirt has become the latest Nike kit to feature the new neckline which we’re still not 100% on. 

Lewis Dunk

Away

An all-black number for Brighton's away shirt this time, with white detailing on the sponsor, Nike logo and badge. If you like black kits, you’ll love this.

Vicky Williams

Burnley 

Brand - Umbro 

Home

Burnley have partnered with Umbro for the first time since 1980/81 for their new strip – and it looks smart indeed. The round collar has been ditched for a polo and the sleeves have the traditional ‘vest’ look - although the new betting sponsor (yawn) is too big and garish.

Charlie Taylor

Away

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Chelsea

Brand - Nike

Home

Nike have created a bold new design for Chelsea this season which is sure to divide opinion. The new strip features an all-over design which looks like Keith Haring has been let loose with a sharpie on a plain blue shirt.

It is, in fact, Stamford Bridge – the inspiration for this bold look with its beams, supports and architecture used to create this unique effect.

£59.95 from Kitbag

Fran Kirby

Away

A Mod-inspired look for Chelsea in 2019/20, celebrating a time when the King's Road was "an endless frieze of mini-skirted, booted, fair-haired angular angels" according to one magazine. Now there's Ethan Ampadu, at least.

A cracking collar – well done Nike.

£64.95 from nike.com

Chelsea away shirt 2019/20

Crystal Palace

Brand - Puma

Home

Crystal Palace have ditched last season’s yellow trim in favour of a clean white to finish off the sleeves, collar and Puma logo. The thicker stripes and blue fade have been dropped, leaving Palace with a more traditional look. In short: it’s a Crystal Palace kit.

Max Meyer and Luka Milivojevic

Away

Are they... tiger stripes? This two-tone black number incorporates the blue and red of the home shirt, with what we'll call wavy jolts across it. Accompanied by black shorts and socks, the shirts look a little bit skintight to wear down the pub.

crystal palace away

Everton 

Brand - Umbro 

Home

Everton have released this eye-catching number for the new campaign, inspired by the distinctive criss-crossed steelwork from the upper tier of Goodison Park's Bullens Road stand. The design theme makes for some nice detail on the sleeves too, while the Toffees have added a logo to the neck similar to that carried from 1991-93.

£55 from Kitbag

Everton home shirt 2019/20

Away

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Leicester 

Brand - Adidas

Home

Blue checkerboard design across the body with a rose gold finish on the logo and across the shoulders. Absolutely gorgeous.

£55 from JD Sports

Ricardo Pereira

Away

“I haven’t bought a Leicester kit for at least 10 years, but I actually might this season” - so said FourFourTwo Digital Editor and Leicester fan, Joe Brewin - which tells you all you need to know about the Foxes' pink change jersey.

Brendan Rodgers' side have decided on two away shirts for 2019/20 - that daring pink number and a sharp jet-black effort. 

£55 from JD Sports

James Maddison and Jamie Vardy

Liverpool 

Brand - New Balance

Home

New Balance don’t make kits for many teams, but they should consider making more if Liverpool are anything to go by. The great thing for Reds fans is that their kit manages to evolve for the better each year, which is a rarity.

This year's effort ditches the collar and reintroduces their yellow trim of two seasons ago. It’s clean, elegant and the goalkeeper kit is just downright sexy. Or maybe that's just Alisson...

£54.99 from Sports Direct

Mo Salah, Alisson, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino

Away

Liverpool have switched it up with their away kit this year, opting for an all-white number with some tasty New Balance detailing on the sleeves. And lovely it is. 

£54.99 from Sports Direct

Sadio Mane

Manchester City 

Brand - Puma

Home

City have swapped Nike for Puma this year, and the German manufacturer have kicked off their partnership with the Premier League champions with this. The standard sky blue has a splash of purple this time - used in City kits in years gone by - slapped onto the shoulders.

£60 from Kitbag

Gemma Bonner

Away

The champions’ away kit this year pays tribute to the city’s 'Madchester' era of the late '80s and early '90s - a time when music and culture was beginning to boom in the north-west.

The bold, black strip features yellow stripes on the shoulder and peach trim to finish - and Pep Guardiola’s side will surely be playing some sweet music in this this season. Look: Sergio Aguero's about to appear on Top of the Pops

£60 from Kitbag

Sergio Aguero

Third

It seems as though the printer at Puma was running out of ink as they finalised the designs on City's third kit, and you know what? They just went with it.

A hi-vis yellow fading to a millenial pink, it's very now.

£65 from Pro:Direct Soccer

Man City third kit

Manchester United 

Brand - Adidas

Home

Adidas have gone safe with the design of United's 1999 Treble-winning season tribute kit, after receiving backlash for their red-to-black fade effort last time out.

The main difference? The badge has received an update and the numbers '90+1' and '90+3' feature on the sleeves - referencing their famous comeback goals against Bayern Munich (you may have heard about that). Whether this guy is still around to wear it remains to be seen...

£54.99 from Sports Direct

Manchester United home kit 2019/20

Away

"You are gold," go the lyrics to Spandau Ballet's 1983 hit Gold. "Always believe in your soul / You've got the power to know / You're indestrucible". 

This piece of pop-psychology seems to sum up Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's entire managerial philosophy at Manchester United, and so it's fitting that this is what is offered up as the Reds' away kit this year. A nice little nod to the colour medals Ole used to win as a player, too.

£64.99 from Sports Direct

Man Utd away

Newcastle United

Brand - Puma

Home

The only Geordie in the FourFourTwo office complained that there aren’t enough stripes on this shirt, but did concede that it was quite nice. 

Newcastle's new home shirt takes inspiration from the club’s 1969 kit – it's the 50th anniversary of the Magpies’ Fairs Cup success – and features a central black stripe, tonal club badge in the centre, and round neck collar with white trim. Shame about that sponsor, though. 

£60 from Kitbag

Newcastle's new home jersey

Away

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Norwich City 

Brand - Errea

Home

The Canaries return to the top flight after three years away, and their new kit is definitely one that can mix it with the big boys. The home strip features a smart green-to-yellow 'fade' from the shorts on the front and back of the jersey - a lot better than last season's Manchester United and Tottenham's efforts.

As with many junior Premier League kits, betting sponsor Dafabet will be replaced by a child-friendly sponsor - in Norwich's case, a trampoline park - on all kids' home shirts.

Teemu Pukki

Away

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Sheffield United

Brand - Adidas

Home

Is it a Stoke kit? How about a Sunderland one? Nope. Brentford? Not quite. The Blades’ new home strip for their first Premier League season in 12 years - featuring wider stripes and a rounded white collar - has divided opinion in the FourFourTwo office. Classic or unoriginal - we’ll let you decide.

Kids’ kits will feature energy company Utilita – a prominent supporter of grassroots football – as the sponsor instead of Forex broker USG. A nice touch.

£69.99 from UKSoccerShop

Billy Sharp

Away

United's away kit is a crisp all-white effort complete with silver trim and a classy-looking thin red collar. A clean jersey all around - no complaints with this one.

Billy Sharp

Southampton

Brand - Under Armour 

Home

Some kit providers like to play it safe. The same design each year, nothing too daring, trying not to ruffle too many feathers – but not Under Armour. The American sportswear colossus has steamed in with a Southampton home kit that looks like it's been dipped in tar. 

The collar has been stripped right back to a simple round neck, with a single button completing the look. We’re not sure if we like it, but it’s good to see a kit provider willing to take a risk.

Josh Sims, Nathan Redmond and Oriol Romeu

Away

The same template has been used throughout the Saints' new kit range, and their away shirt bears a fluorescent upper that's broken up nicely with horizontal lines. 

Striking shorts have been paired with the jersey to create an effective, smart look.

Oriol Romeu

Tottenham Hotspur

Brand - Nike

Home

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Away

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Watford

Brand - Adidas

Home

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Away

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West Ham 

Brand - Umbro 

Home

Umbro have really upped their game this season, and have given the Hammers’ classic colours a radical reinvention. Blue features more heavily on the home kit.

£55 from Umbro

Declan Rice

Away

This might just be the away kit of the season – and not just in the Premier League.

The Hammers' travel jersey is a throwback to the West Ham side of the 1980s, and features a striped blue and claret collar on this simplified jersey. Lush.

£55 from Umbro

West Ham's classy new away jersey

Wolves

Brand - Adidas

Home

Nuno Espirito Santo's side are back in Europe for the first time in 38 years in 2019/20 - and their new kit is certainly a class above.

Wolves' latest home jersey has a similar template to Sheffield United's away shirt  - a thin collar, subtle dark orange trim, and a colour that's certainly a lot more Wolves-looking than last season. Very tidy.

Conor Coady

Away

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