Premier League kit leaks: A first look at the new shirts we’ll see next season

The title has been won, the Champions League places look done and dusted and even the relegation issue is starting to look clearer, so what have we got left to look forward to in the Premier League?

Well, in short, next season.

After Manchester City’s dominant success in this campaign, their rivals will be gearing up to take their crown in 2018/19.

Jose Mourinho won’t stand for another season in which Manchester United don’t challenge at the top, Liverpool – possibly backed by European success – are getting more and more exciting to watch, Tottenham continue to entertain, Chelsea will be back and Arsenal… well… yeah, but what will all of those clubs look like over the season?

We’ve been scouring the internet for the latest Premier League kit leaks, and these are the ones we’ve found so far.

Arsenal

Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for the 2018/19 season.

Gunners stars Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were the faces of the launch for the new PUMA strip.

This season could be Arsenal’s last with PUMA, with the current £30m-a-year deal expiring at the end of the season.

The ever-reliable Footy Headlines have managed to get hold of the Gunners’ third kit and it is… well… a bit different.

A colour that they call "Biscay Green/Peacot" – yeah, us either – will be seen on Arsenal’s travels in 2018/19, with the away kit set to be blue, although mercifully a deeper blue than this season’s hideous number.

Chelsea

Well they’re bold, aren’t they?

The red and white lines on Chelsea’s home kit seem to hark back to a bygone era when Roman Abramovich thought the King’s Road was just a monarch’s driveway.


Who knows what the away and third kits will bring.

By these suggestions, they could be a little bright.

Everton

That’s a bit more like it, isn’t it Everton fans?

Their 2017/18 strip looked more like a training top but they have consulted fans over the design and the new offering is impressive.

A retro strip is complete with the iconic Umbro taping and a classic collar.

Liverpool


Since adopting the deeper red approach Liverpool’s home kits have been excellent, and this one – officially unveiled on Thursday – looks to be another winner. But as for the aways…

It is being suggested that the purple kit is going to be Liverpool’s first choice on their travels, but we wouldn’t be surprised if that is actually the honour bestowed on the white number, which is seen here on Gini Wijnaldum so it’s probably legit.

Manchester City


The champions’ home shirt has been released, and we also have the pleasure of this rather leaked garish away number which puts you in the mind of strobe lighting in a dodgy nightclub.

Still, when you play the way they do then you can get away with it.

Manchester United

That home kit is a bit odd isn’t it? It kind of gives you a headache by the time you get to the bottom of it, and call us traditionalists but we’d like to see a bit of white in there.

The predominantly navy adidas third strip is inspired by the colours United wore in their 1968 European Cup success.

Adidas have also joined forces with Parley Ocean Plastic for United’s new kit.

Tottenham


Eh Aye Eh, it’s time for Tottenham with a couple of decent efforts to take them into the new campaign.

Having seemingly tried to hide the blue on this season’s kit they’ve gone for it at the bottom of this one, while the away number is decent too, bar the sleeves.

West Ham


West Ham invited a select group of iconic players, past and present, to model the smart “I’m Forever” Umbro strips.

Noble was joined by two-time FA Cup-winning captain Billy Bonds, 1980 FA Cup final match-winner Sir Trevor Brooking, 2012 Play-Off final heroes Carlton Cole and Jack Collison, Hammer of the Year Marko Arnautovic, Young Hammer of the Year Declan Rice and Ladies stars Ellie Zoepfl and Andria Georgiou to unbox the classic Claret and Blue Home shirt and eye-catching dark teal and claret Away shirt for the first time at the club’s Rush Green training base.

Real Madrid


Real Madrid have made very little changes to their home jersey, simply just changing the sponsorship name, adidas logo and shoulder stripes from blue to black.

The blue has also gone from the away kit where a smart white now falls on the black.

Barcelona

Barcelona’s new kit features 10 pairs of vertical blue and maroon stripes, each representing one of the districts of Barcelona, which Nike claim are "the force behind the Blaugrana."

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