IT'S PRETTY chilly in the UK at the moment as temperatures plummet below minus 10C in some places.
So if you’re in need of some new winter-warming knitwear – and you want to represent your football team while you’re wearing it – have a look at these offerings from the Premier League.
Christmas Jumper Day is on December 15 this year, so remember to buy (or dust off last year’s) festive threads to help raise money for Save the Children.
Extra credit goes to Arsenal for their 2017 jumper, as 20 per cent of the sales will be donated to the charity.
The Gunners have also released this video of Arsene Wenger teaching Alexandre Lacazette, Rob Holding and Calum Chambers to knit their own jumpers.
If the French boss is planning on knitting up a full sleeping bag number, he might need a little more wool…
Just the right amount of terrible; these Christmas jumpers are a thing of beauty. Special mention to Bournemouth for the only Christmas pun in the collection.
Bad work by the below clubs for sharing generic designs. Besides that the efforts by Burnley and Brighton wouldn’t be all that embarrassing to wear to the office, which kind of defeats the point.
These Christmas jumpers are in a league of their own. Ironically Newcastle’s looks like a humbug, Manchester United’s is pretty visually offensive, and Huddersfield’s Terrier looks more like a raccoon.
There we have it, the complete set of Premier League Christmas jumpers.
If you're looking for something a little less football-themed check out this list.
And if you want to know a little more about Christmas Jumper day, click here.
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