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.
Leicester City home jersey 2015/16
Leicester City away jersey 2015/16
After surviving relegation, Leicester City will run out in 2015 in an all-blue strip, with an understated stripe pattern and new King Power logo. Gone is the traditional button-up collar from last season, along with the gold lining on both sides.
Liverpool’s new home jersey is standard red, with a line going down on each side of the collar. Unlike the past two seasons, the Liver bird crest is white, like the New Balance logo and shirt sponsor Standard Chartered. Also featured on the front is an understated checkered pattern on the top half, and thin stripes on the bottom.
A black third strip has also been revealed, and it’s another fine effort. A red-white thin stripe goes down each sleeve and the bottom of the collar, along with a thin hooped pattern on the lower part of the shirt’s front.
Liverpool home jersey 2015/16
Liverpool away jersey 2015/16
Liverpool third jersey 2015/16
Manchester City home jersey 2015/16
Manchester City away jersey 2015/16
Manchester United home jersey 2015/16
New manager Steve McClaren will take charge of Newcastle side in a home strip with three large black stripes on the front, and many hints of light blue elsewhere. The color, shirt sponsor and cuffs are all light blue, as is a series of thin slashes on the black stripes.
Also revealed in an interesting navy blue third kit, with a sash that is pink-orange on top and white on bottom, with pink-orange trim on the end of the sleeves.
Newcastle United home jersey 2015/16
Newcastle United away jersey 2015/16
Newcastle United third jersey 2015/16
Norwich City home jersey 2015/16
Norwich City away jersey 2015/16
Norwich City third jersey 2015/16
Southampton home jersey 2015/16
Southampton away jersey 2015/16
Southampton, last season’s surprise package, are back with Adidas after a year of supplying kits themselves. The home shirt is classic for Adidas: wide red-and-white stripes on the front, and three white stripes over red on the sleeves. The circular white collar is a nice touch as well.
Meanwhile the away takes a departure from the team’s history and is a neon green with a dark blue sash on the front and blue stripes on the shoulders. The entire combo of the shirt, blue shorts and green socks, actually doesn’t look too bad.
Stoke City home jersey 2015/16
Stoke City away jersey 2015/16
New Balance’s other Premier League team, Stoke City, will also have a traditional home shirt, as the new Stoke shirt is exactly what you’d expect. They continue the sash design in a black away shirt with a sash in a similar color to Southampton’s away shirt. The green also lines the collar and the end of the sleeves.
Another Adidas side, Sunderland have also gone for traditional in their home shirt. The famous red and white stripes are on the front, while the sleeves are white with red Adidas stripes on the shoulders. New sponsor Dafabet might be the talking point on this shirt because the company’s logo sticks out more than anything on the rest of the kit.
Sunderland home jersey 2015/16
The Swansea home shirt is another fantastic one, as all they’ve all been since the Welsh side signed with Adidas. This shirt, in particular, is similar to their centenary kits of 2012-13, with the white shirt lined by copper on the shoulders.
With their away jersey, Swansea has joined the crowded group of teams who turn to neon green this season.
Swansea City home jersey 2015/16
Swansea City away jersey 2015/16
Another team, another sash, though Spurs pull theirs off in decent fashion with a blue line going diagonally across the shirt while split into small strips. All in all, it’s probably the best home shirt Under Armour has produced.
Tottenham Hotspur home jersey 2015/16
Tottenham Hotspur away jersey 2015/16
Newly promoted Watford return to the Premier League with a yellow home shirt lined with black on the side and end of the sleeves. Then there’s the black hooped pattern, starting thin and separate on the top and gradually getting thicker on the bottom.
Watford home jersey 2015/16
Watford away jersey 2015/16
West Ham United
West Ham United home jersey 2015/16
West Ham United home jersey 2015/16
West Ham have released the home kit for their final season at Upton Park. Just like Arsenal did with Highbury, they’ve released a new kit styled after the first one worn by the team at the retiring stadium. The shirt is claret with blue sleeves and blue across the circular neck. Under the crest is gold text that says “The Boleyn Ground 1904-2016.” There’s the same text on the back of the neck, set inside a facsimile of the gates to the ground.
West Bromwich Albion
West Bromwich Albion home jersey 2015/16
West Bromwich Albion away jersey 2015/16
So far my favorite new kit of the season has to be the away jersey released by West Brom. The throwback kit looks like something straight out of the late ‘70s, in a good way. It’s red, with black Adidas stripes on the shoulders and then ones on the front of the shirt. Instead of the traditional West Brom badge, there’s a script “WBA” diagonally on the front.
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