Take a look at the new kits for the 2018/19 Premier League season here.

2018/19 Premier League Kits Revealed

With the World Cup behind us, the Premier League is fast approaching and this year there are a whole new range of new kits for us to look at. In this piece we take a look at each club and their kits for the upcoming season.

Which one is your favourite? How do they compare to some of the World Cup kits?

Arsenal

Arsenal’s home kit is what you would expect with its classic red and white design. However their away kit is striking indeed and it does have a similar look to it as the current Paris Saint Germain strip. Unai Emery of course came over from the French side.

Bournemouth

Bournemouth stick to simple designs in 2018 with red and black for their home kit and then white with blue shorts as the away strip.

Brighton and Hove Albion 

Brighton had their kit once again designed by Nike this year. The home strip looks largely the same but the way is green instead of yellow in 2018.

Burnley

Burnley’s kit looks similar to their 2017 strip aside from the large sponsor logo in the middle of it. Away kit to come.

Cardiff City

Adidas designed Cardiff’s 2018 kit, using a simple blue design for the home version, and a grey design for the away strip.

Chelsea

Widely thought to be one of the best looking kits for the new season, Nike added red and white lines to Chelsea’s classic blue design. Away kit to come.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace stuck with their red and blue design for their home strip and introduced a white away kit with red and blue lines going across the front.

Everton

Aside from the design on the sleeves, Everton’s kit looks largely the same as last year. Away kit to come.

Fulham

After their promotion, Fulham introduced a great looking black and white kit that has received praise everywhere. Their away kit however has received mixed reviews. We will update this page with a picture of that soon.

Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield stuck with their blue and white strip for the new season and their alternative kit will have many confused with Bournemouth’s home kit.

Leicester City

Harry Maguire and Jamie Vardy will return to Leicester to see a new kit designed by Adidas. The home blue version does not look very different, but the grey and orange on the away kit is striking indeed.

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Liverpool

Liverpool have stuck with a simple red home kit, but have gone outside of the box for the away kit. Purple with orange accents sure is brash and could be a Marmite strip. You either love it or you hate it.

Manchester City

Fresh off their Premier League win last year, City have kept their design pretty similar. Away kit is coming soon.

Manchester United

Jose Mourinho’s men will wear a kit slightly different from last years, with the main difference being the black design at the bottom of the shirts. Away kit coming soon. The black kit below is their third kit.

Newcastle United

Newcastle stuck with the classic white and black stripes in their home jersey whilst going for more outlandish design for their away strip.

Southampton

Not a lot to talk about here as their kit is pretty much the same as last year, only with more red and white stripes. The away kit goes for a yellow and blue combination.

Tottenham Hotspur

Currently not on sale here yet, Tottenham’s kit was designed by Nike and their away version looks similar to France’s World Cup winning kit.

Watford

Traditionally just a yellow jersey, Watford instead introduced some black stripes to the mix in their home kit. Away kit to come.

 

West Ham

West Ham have several new signings and a new home and away kit too. The home version features the classic claret and blue colour-way, whilst the away features blue and yellow shirts and socks.

Wolves

Wolves went for the usual orange home jersey and a white away kit.

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