It’s time for the annual obsession of getting excited and opinionated about the official jerseys released by each of 20 Premier League clubs.
Whether you’re a fan of a specific club or want to see what your opponents will be wearing this Premier League season, take a look at the complete list of jerseys for every team in the league.
Adidas is the leading jersey manufacturer, this time with six sides suiting up in the famous three stripes. The company also has the season’s – and in fact, the biggest in history – shirt deal with Manchester United.
Nike only has one representative, Manchester City. The last time just one team in England’s top division had the swoosh on their shirt was the 1999-2000 season.
Perhaps the other supplier making waves is New Balance, which begins its journey into the soccer world this campaign, replacing its subsidiary Warrior. Two Premier League sides, Liverpool and Stoke City, will be wearing the logo, along with big names like Celtic, Porto and Sevilla.
Here are the jerseys for all of the Premier League clubs, as of press time:
Arsenal home jersey 2015/16
Arsenal away jersey 2015/16
Aston Villa home jersey 2015/16
Aston Villa away jersey 2015/16
Bournemouth home jersey 2015/16
Bournemouth away jersey 2015/16
Bournemouth third jersey 2015/16
Chelsea home jersey 2015/16
Chelsea away jersey 2015/16
Coming off a tenth place finish last season, Palace have already released both their home and away strips.
The home shirt features wider, asymmetrical stripes, and the colors are also a shade darker than those from the previous season. The white away shirt features both a red and blue stripe down the middle, evoking the famous sash design with the same colors worn by the club in the 1970s and 80s.
Crystal Palace home jersey 2015/16
Crystal Palace away jersey 2015/16
Everton home jersey 2015/16
Everton away jersey 2015/16
Everton third jersey 2015/16
The Blues revealed their home kit in time to wear it on the final day of last season. Featuring a white faux-v-neck collar, the Everton home shirt is a classic and classy one, with the blue extending to the top part of the team’s white shorts. It also featured the letters “NSNO” on the back of the neck, referring to the club slogan “Nil Satis Nisi Optimum” (Nothing but the best). Socks return to white with blue trim on top after a season in dark blue. Thailand’s Chang Beer return as shirt sponsors for the 12th season.