Release Dates for 2007/2008 Premiership Shirts

If you’re wondering when your favorite Premiership side will unveil their new 2007/2008 jerseys and kits, we have the answers for you:Arsenal: July 7 (home), August 7 (away); NikeBolton: May 7 (h), June 7 (a); ReebokChelsea: July 7 (a), August 7 (third); AdidasEverton: May 31 (h), July 12 (a), September 6 (third); UmbroLiverpool: July 7 (a), August 7 (third); AdidasManchester City: July 7 (h), Aug 7 (a); Le Coq SportifManchester United: July 7 (h), August 7 (a); NikeNewcastle: May 7 (h), July 7 (a); AdidasTottenham: May 7 (h), July 7 (a); PumaWigan: June 1 (h), August 2 (a), September 6 (third); Umbro* Dates are subject to change.It looks very probable that Chelsea will play in their new away kit in time for the July 21st friendly against the LA Galaxy to mark Beckham’s debut.The above list is confirmation that Manchester City will be switching to Le Coq Sportif. Adidas lost out on that battle.I wasn’t aware that Wigan were changing their kit manufacturers this summer from the JJB brand to Umbro, but they are.If you want to purchase shirts of your favorite Premier League clubs before they disappear from the shelves, visit the EPL Talk Store where we have a collection of all 20 clubs plus some rare items.


5 thoughts on “Release Dates for 2007/2008 Premiership Shirts”

  1. That’s interesting about Wigan. I wonder if they are opening up bidding for stadium naming rights, too? One has to think that JJB wouldn’t be too happy about losing the uniform rights.

  2. Where was the original announcement of the release dates for Premiership kits? I don’t doubt you but am curious about the primary source? Thanks.

  3. Is it possible that JJB is getting out of the making uniforms biz, and they simply decided to sell the uniform rights?

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