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2007/2008 Premier League Shirts/Jerseys/Kits

new adidas shirt template 2007/2008 Premier League Shirts/Jerseys/KitsIt’s never too early to start looking at the new kits that the Premiership clubs will be unveiling this summer for the 20072008 Premier League season.

There’s already been a lot of activity, but here’s what we know so far:

Arsenal:
Will be keeping their same home shirt, but will be coming out with a new away shirt from Nike.

Aston Villa:
Randy Lerner’s club has signed an agreement with Nike to provide new Aston Villa 2007/2008 kits. Goodbye Hummel.

Blackburn:
Rovers will be releasing a new home and away shirt presumably from Lonsdale, but not confirmed.

Bolton:
Reebok is synonymous with Bolton both in the name of their stadium and on their shirts. But, as many of you know, Adidas bought Reebok more than a year ago.

The Reebok shirts are supposed to transition away, but we’ll have to see whether Bolton moves to Adidas shirts or not this summer.

Chelsea:
The west London side will be unveiling new away and third shirts this summer. There’s a possibility that the design of them may resemble the Adidas template design (pictured above). Adidas typically sticks to one template for all the clubs that wear Adidas, so it’s possible that Chelsea will release a design similar to this (but with a different color palette obviously).

Liverpool:
The Reds will unveil a new home and away shirt this summer, which may also resemble the Adidas template design pictured above.

Manchester City:
The rumors are that Manchester City will be switching from Reebook to Le Coq Sportif jerseys this summer, although their current home shirt is supposed to be used through the 2007/2008 season.

Manchester United:
Both 2007/2008 Manchester United kits for home and away will change this summer to a new design from Nike.

Newcastle United:
Newcastle is scheduled to unveil new home and away shirts this summer from Adidas.

Tottenham Hotspur:
The 2007/2008 Spurs jersey, for home and away, will be unveiled this summer.

West Ham United:
After a long relationship with Reebok, West Ham United will be wearing new home and away shirts this summer from Umbro. A preview of new shirts can be seen here.

To order the latest shirts from your favorite Premiership club, visit the EPL Talk store today. We have home, away and third jerseys for almost all of the 20 teams.

Release dates for the Premiership kits are available here.

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11 Responses to 2007/2008 Premier League Shirts/Jerseys/Kits

  1. Llewellyn says:

    Interesting! I will be looking forward to see what the new kit designs will look like for next season. Being an Arsenal fan, I am definitely looking forward to the new away shirts.
    As I was looking at the site on Arsenal.com shop page, they mentioned that the lettering and numbering will chance for all premiership teams.

    Anyone have any idea what they will look like?

  2. euro football says:

    I am waiting for the new kits to come out man utd.they are changing both home and away kits.They are in the best form and they will get the best kits.

    What will be away colo?

  3. The Gaffer says:

    Llewellyn,

    Good point about the lettering. I forgot to mention that. Yes, it’ll be changing for the 2007/2008 season. There are pictures out there someone on the web, but I can’t remember where I saw them. From what I remember, the new lettering looks pretty trendy.

    Euro Football, no idea what the away color of the new ManUtd shirt will be as of yet.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  4. Llewellyn says:

    Hello Gaffer,

    I’ve been trying to find them on the web with no success. If you by any chance do come across it again, would you mind posting a link or the photos of them?
    Looks as if I will be spending more money for next seasons kits.

    Cheers,
    Llewellyn

  5. The Scout says:

    Two words on new kits:

    C A S H G R A B !!!

    :)

  6. Seb says:

    Just as a minor point, Villa have currently got Hummel kits, not Diadora.

    Also, are you sure Liverpool are changing their home kit? They’ll be changing the away kit (probably to white, if the usual white/yellow rotation stays in place), but introduced a new home kit at the start of 2006/07, so I can’t see a new one coming in for 07/08 unless there’s a change in sponsor from Carlsberg…

  7. The Gaffer says:

    Seb,

    You’re correct on both counts. Yep, it’s Hummel, not Diadora.

    And I checked into the Liverpool home shirt situation, and you’re correct. The shirt will stay until end of the 2007/2008 season, while the away one is scheduled to change this summer (and presumably the third strip).

    Thanks for keeping me on my toes!

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  8. Anonymous says:

    In response to the Manchester City kit rumor there is a battle between addidas and le coq sportif, I have seen the addidas version

  9. Anonymous says:

    4 new kits from tottenham hotspurs for 2007/2008 season

    http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/news/articles/kitlaunch120507.html

  10. haris murshidi says:

    the manchester city is the ugly jersey

  11. haris murshidi says:

    the sunderland goal win liverpool.it is no fair because a beach ball in field

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