Leaked & Official: 2014-15 Premier League Kits

Leaked & Official: 2014-15 Premier League Kits

Leaked & Official: 2014-15 Premier League Kits

Some shirts have already been officially launched, many more have already been leaked. We bring you all the kits for next season’s Premier League kits on one handy page! Many official reveals are due May, June and July 2014.

Arsenal – The new Arsenal home shirt features the club’s trademark red and white colours in a modernistic design by Puma. The shirt boasts a standard rounded crew-neck collar while all three shirts are again sponsored by Fly Emirates. The home kit is completed with white shorts and red socks with white details. The new away kit for Arsenal confirms previous leaks revealing a yellow design with dark blue trim. The last time the club had a yellow away shirt was back in the 2008-09 season. The new third shirt reveals the most creative design of the lot featuring a dark and light blue diagonal sash design. This new design is similar to Arsenal’s away kit in the 2011-12 season.

Arsenal

Aston Villa – Supplied by Macron, the new home shirt for Villa is based on a classic and traditional design featuring several sky blue vertical pinstripes on the front and back of the shirt. The shirt features the club’s trademark claret and sky blue colours along with a traditional collar. Featured behind the neck is the word “Prepared” which is the club’s motto while at the back base of the shirt is the text “EST 1874″. The new away shirt for Villa reveals a simple and classic white display with subtle claret pinstripes down the front of the shirt. The away kit will be completed with claret shorts and hooped claret and white socks.

Villa

Burnley – Supplied by Puma, the new home shirt for newly promoted side Burnley features a traditional and classic design boasting Burnley’s trademark claret and blue colours. Claret colours the majority of the shirt with sky blue featured on the sleeves, sides and collar. The shirt is sponsored by casino company Fun88. The home kit for Burnley will be completed with white shorts and claret socks. The new away kit for Burnley is all black for the first time in the club’s history. The kit’s template is the same seen on the Arsenal away kit boasting a simple black design with grey trim on the rounded collar and sleeve cuffs. The away kit is completed with black shorts and socks with silver trim.

Burnley

Chelsea – Having signed a contract extension with adidas in the 2013-14 season, Chelsea launched their home kit in early April 2014. The home shirt is again sponsored by Samsung and boasts a two-tone blue gradient hooped design which spans from the the top to the base of the shirt. The new away kit reveals an all yellow strip with royal blue trim. First seen in 1965, the last time Chelsea had an all yellow away kit was in the 2008-09 season. The new Chelsea third shirt offers a modern and new design boasting a mostly dark blue coloured shirt with sky blue trim. The unique feature of the shirt is a sound wave graphic on the front which is a design which symbolizes the volume of support from the fans at every away game. The away kit is completed with dark blue shorts and socks with sky blue applications like what is seen on the shirt.

Chelsea

Crystal Palace – Having signed a new kit deal with Macron earlier in the year, Crystal Palace’s new home kit features the trademark red and blue stripes along with yellow trim on the sleeve hems, collar and branding. The new home shirt boasts a unique collar design featuring horizontal pinstripes in yellow and blue. The home kit is completed with blue shorts and socks. The away shirt features a yellow colour along with sky blue trim on the collar, sides and sleeve hems. The away kit is completed with sky blue shorts and socks. Palace signed a new two year shirt sponsorship deal with leading global online payments provider Optimal Payments PLC who own Neteller.

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Everton – The new home kit for Everton is supplied by Umbro who signed a kit deal with the club back in February this year. The new home shirt for Everton is blue and features a traditional design boasting a classic collar. Everton’s new crest is featured on the left side of the shirt while the Umbro logo is on the right. Dark Blue is seen on the rounded and traditional collar while the home kit will be completed with white shorts and black socks. The new black away shirt from Umbro has a crew neck collar, that includes a v stretch rib insert for player comfort. The shirt is paired with black shorts and black socks, the club crest and Umbro logo are in white. The new third shirt is coloured white and features purple trim on a v-neck collar and lining on the sides. Purple also colours the Chang sponsor and Nike and Everton logos. The new third kit is completed with purple shorts and socks with volt yellow trim.

Everton

Hull City – Hull City announced a new deal with kit manufacturer Umbro for the supply of kits as from the 2014/15 season until 2018. Hull City’s new home shirt features their recognisable amber and black stripes on the shirt which are worn with black shorts and amber socks, sponsors 12Bet have their logo across the middle of the shirt. The new away kit for Hull City is black with amber applications. The collar features two layers boasting amber at the base and black on top. Four Umbro logos are featured on the shirt – one of the front, two on the sleeves and one behind the neck. The new away kit is completed with black shorts and socks with amber and white trim. The new third kit for Hull is coloured white and features sky blue trim on the rounded crew-neck collar. Additional black detailing is seen on the Umbro logos while the shirt is sponsored by 12Bet. The new third kit is completed with sky blue shorts and white socks with black and sky blue trim.

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Leicester City – The new home kit for the Foxes features a stylish blue shirt with golden details. The shirt has a buttoned collar with the Puma ‘cat’ logo featured in gold on the top right part of the chest. The shirt is complemented by white shorts which feature twin contrast leg taping. The club also unveiled an all-black goalkeeper home kit as modelled by Kasper Schmeichel. The new away kit is mostly gold and features black panels on the shoulders and sides while the sleeve cuffs are also black. A simple rounded crew-neck collar is added featuring gold and black colours. The new away kit is completed with black shorts and socks with gold trim. The third shirt is red and features black panels on the shoulders and sides of the shirt. This is the first time the club have revealed a third shirt in over twenty years. The third kit is completed with red shorts and socks with black trim.

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Liverpool – Supplied by Warrior Sports, the new home shirt tunes into the heart of LFC’s identity with their iconic colour scheme whilst adding modern technology and construction into it. Like last season’s shirt two embroidered Eternal Flames alongside a 96 logo are located on the nape of the shirt’s neck to commemorate the events at Hillsborough in 1989. Continuing their long tradition, the shorts and socks will also be red featuring white trim. The home goalkeeper strip reveals a purple display with black trim. The new away kit makes a return to a mustard yellow colour last seen in the 2006-07 season by adidas. The kit is completed with yellow shorts and socks which feature red trim on the upper front and sides of the shirt and shorts. The new shirt evokes memories of the club’s rich history, a shirt to support the club’s growth. The new third kit for the Reds reveals a dark grey/light grey hooped design with a red diagonal sash across the front. The shirt features a traditional red collar while the sleeve cuffs are also red.

Liverpool

Manchester City – Nike and Manchester City unveiled their new home kit for the 2014/15 season in Mid July. Thei new home kit embodies the club’s pioneering spirit of innovation with a fast and sleek, all blue look. The shirt is sky blue with dark blue cuffs, and has a constructed V-neck collar, while the shorts are field blue with a thin dark blue stripe along each side. The new away shirt features dark blue tonal bands which fade to a lighter shade of blue. It has a dark blue collar with a lighter blue V-shaped insert. Inside the back of the neck is a dark blue pennant tab which features the statement ‘We are City’ in yellow. City will wear a deep purple third shirt boasting a two-tone colour design. The purple kit was inspired by previous purple kits City wore including in the 2007-08 season. Additional yellow volt lines are featured on the shoulders and sides of the shirt. A traditional three buttoned collar is added. The new third kit is completed with purple shorts and socks with volt yellow trim.

ManCity

Manchester United – Chevrolet will take over current shirt sponsor Aon from the 2014-15 season onwards. Manchester United announced a new 7-year shirt sponsorship agreement in July 2012, which will come into force as from the 2014/15 season and run until 2020/21. The new home kit promotes the club’s purest and most authentic identity revealing the red, white and black colours that are instantly recognised around the world. The home kit is completed with simple white shorts and black socks with a red band at the top. Like on all of Nike’s 2014 shirts a pennant tab is included under the collar behind the neck while a quote “Youth, Courage, Greatness” is added to represent the club’s values. The away shirt is plain white and boasts a traditional styled black collar with a button. The away kit is completed with black shorts and white socks with black trim. The new third kit is supplied by Nike and features two different tones of blue which is inspired by the club’s tradition of wearing blue away/third kits throughout their recent history including the famous blue shirt worn in the 1968 European Cup Final. The third kit is completed with royal blue shorts and socks with red trim.

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Newcastle United – Newcastle United’s new grey away shirt has a black detail beneath the collar and again at the end of the sleeves, the sponsor logo Wonga is in blue as is Puma’s cat logo. The shirt will be accompanied by grey shorts and socks, which both also have black details and blue logos. The new Newcastle United home strip features the club’s trademark black and white stripes. The main feature of this new design is the black panel at the top of the shirt. This time round the stripes have been made thinner. The stripes continue on to the sleeves while gold trim colours the sleeve cuffs and neck line. The shirt is again sponsored by Wonga.

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Queens Park Rangers – Promoted via the play-offs Queens Park Rangers secured a kit deal with Nike earlier this year. The new home shirt reveals the club’s iconic blue and white hooped design. Boasting a simple white rounded collar the blue and white hoops are super thin producing a shirt which idolises the club’s past and future as a football club. The new away kit for QPR is red and black striped featuring a v-neck collar. The away kit is completed with black shorts and socks. The new third shirt features a simplistic white design featuring a simple rounded collar. A splash of black trim is added to the branding and names and numbers. The new third kit features a super simple plain white design. The third kit is completed with white shorts and socks.

QPR

Southampton – Having cancelled their adidas kit contract in May this year, Southampton have announced that they will be producing their own kit collection for next season. They will manufacturing their own playing, training and leisure wear for next season. The new kits will be unveiled in the coming weeks and will be on sale at the end of July. The new Southampton home kit sees the return of the red and white striped shirt which is complemented by black shorts and hooped socks. The new away shirt for the Saints is coloured navy blue and features a subtle hooped design featuring navy and dark blue hoops. Yellow is added as the third colour seen on the collar, sleeve cuffs and sides. The shirt boasts a standard rounded crew-neck collar while unlike on the home shirt it is sponsored by Muvi. The away kit is completed with navy blue shorts and socks with yellow trim.

Southampton

Stoke City – Having recently signed a new kit deal with Warrior Sports the American brand didn’t wait long until they released the Premier League club’s new kits for next season launching their new kits in March this year. The new Stoke City home kit features their traditional red and white stripes on the front of the shirt. The shirt is complemented with white shorts and red socks with white trim while the home goalkeeper shirt is all green. The away shirt features a predominantly blue colour with a historic diagonal dark blue sash across the front which draws inspiration from various eras of the club’s past with the collared shirts in the 1940s combined with the sash design in the 1970s.

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Sunderland – The body of the home shirt for Sunderland is vertically striped in white and red while the sleeves and shoulders are also red, but there are black patches on the underarms and golden sleeve cuffs. The adidas three stripes are white while the back part of the collar is gold and the front part is black. Black shorts and socks complement the home shirt. Next season’s away shirt for Sunderland has switched from yellow to sky blue revealing a unique and classic display. Launched by John O’Shea, Connor Wickham and Adam Johnson the new away shirt is based on the popular Condivo 14 kit teamplate also seen on Bosnia and Herzegovina’s home kit for the World Cup. The shirt is mostly blue and features several dark blue pinstripes down the front. The v-neck collar and sleeve cuffs feature white and dark blue trim. adidas’ signature three stripes are white while the adidas logo and Bidvest sponsor are coloured white.

Sunderland

Swansea City – Supplied by adidas, the new home and away shirts feature a brand new sponsor design boasting a diamond shaped GWFX (Goldenway Global Investments) logo on the front. The home shirt is based on the very popular Condivo 14 template seen on Bosnia and Herzegovina’s World Cup home kit. The new away kit for Swansea City features a unique red and black halved design. The away kit features the iconic Brazil inspired horizontal line on the upper back of the shirt. The away kit is completed with red shorts and socks with black trim.

Swansea

Tottenham Hotspur – In line with last season’s home shirt the new home shirt is mainly white featuring dark blue trim on the collar and front. A splash of yellow has been included on the collar piping and sleeve hems. The new Under Armour away shirt is dark blue featuring a striking yellow stripe element in the middle of the shirt. The shirt is sponsored by insurance company AIA. Yellow is also featured on the sides and sleeve hems. White trim is also seen on the Spurs crest, Under Armour logo and AIA sponsor. The new third shirt is yellow featuring dark blue trim on the v-neck collar, sleeve cuffs, sides and shoulders. The new third kit is completed with yellow shorts and socks with dark blue trim. The new third was inspired 10 year anniversary of Bill Nicholson’s passing. Eleven thin dark blue lines are featured on the sides of the shirt to honour the 11 pieces of silverware won by Bill Nicholson. The phrase “Echo of Glory” is printed behind the neck in honour of Bill Nicholson’s era. The eleven stripes seen on the shirt are also featured on the socks.

Tottenham

West Bromwich Albion – The new home shirt for West Brom marks a change from the traditional vertical blue and white stripes which are also present on the club crest. Instead, adidas have designed a predominantly white shirt with vertical blue pinstripes on the body while there are patches of blue on the shoulders and sleeves. There is a blue stripe on each side of the body while blue shorts and blue socks complete the new home kit. The new away kit uses the same kit template as the home shirt boasting a red base with white trim. White colours adidas’ three stripes, sleeve cuffs and upper chest panels. The front of the of the shirt features a subtle pinstripe weave while Intuit QuickBooks is again the sponsor. Both the adidas logo and WBA crest are stitched on to the shirt while a simple v-neck collar is added. The new away kit is completed with red shorts and socks with white trim.

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West Ham United – The home shirt for West Ham United has a claret base colour with the collar and sleeve cuffs being light blue and white. The logos of Adidas and Alpari FX are white. There are white horizontal pinstripes on the body of the shirt and the sleeves are plain claret and have a white and light-blue stripe on them. The new away shirt for West Ham United is again supplied by adidas and features the same kit template as the new Boro 2014-15 home kit boasting an elaborate sash on the front. The majority of the new away shirt is light blue boasting dark blue on the sash on the front and on the adidas three stripes on the shoulders. Dark blue is also seen on the sleeve cuffs and v-neck collar while the shorts will be dark blue and socks will be sky blue. The new third kit was revealed by the club’s new signing Mauro Zarate on Twitter. The new shirt is dark purple and features black and gold trim. adidas’ logo and signature three stripes are coloured gold while a black v-neck collar is added.

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Posted on May 09, 2014


Comments on “Leaked & Official: 2014-15 Premier League Kits”

  1. Laurent Decamps

    Palace )

  2. Carl Tagoe

    spurs kit is hmmmmm

  3. Craig

    There is nothing original kit in this lot, totally bad year.

  4. 7766

    warrior is ugly :puke!

  5. Josh D'Albertanson

    Southamptons tho

  6. United!!!

    Personally i like these kits (in no particular order):

    1. Aston Villa – retro feel and nice modern touch with the pinstripes.
    2. Chelsea – clean and concise.
    3. Crystal Palace – same like Villas’ kits. Really like Macron’s touches here.
    4. Sunderland – nice touch of gold there.
    5. Southampton – Would’ve been perfect if the club crest is moved to the centre since we don’t have a manufacturer’s logo. But still good design.

    Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd’s kits look decent as well. But wouldn’t say these are the best lot they’ve had so far.

  7. Rooney Is Soooo Ugly

    Aston villa and west ham are the winners this year

    Liverpool and Man utd the losers

  8. Scott

    Yeah, Arsenal 2013/14 away on this very site…
    http://www.football-shirts.co.uk/fans/arsenal-unveil-nike-away-kit-for-201314_21252

  9. Shlee

    “The last time the club had a yellow away shirt was back in the 2008-09 season.”

    Pretty sure Arsenal had a yellow away shirt last season? and in 2010/11

  10. Scott

    Saints cancelled the Adidas contract in January (under Nicola Cortese, the former chairman) not in June. The whole reason we’re wearing own brand this year is Cortese’s ego – and the only reason it’s stripes is because the new board worked to undo Cortese’s all red obsession.

  11. Cartman

    Best one is chelseas

  12. Panhandle

    I guess it won’t be long until West Brom is making their own kits too.

  13. Arthur

    southampton have reported that they will be manufacturing their own kits like they did a few years back

  14. D King

    I would be surprised if the Manchester United shirts look like that, as most big clubs just have white letters for their sponsors, as the shirt sales are as important as the sponsor money.

  15. Pyro

    Am I the only damn person who likes Man Utds home shirt? To me it harks back to 01/02 during our reign of terror as I call it

    Or is it just a we hate Utd/Nike thing?

    As for the away, I can’t say I’m impressed with it and that one everyone can and will rip on because it’s uninspired and bland, a try again and do better nike Shirt if ever I saw one

    I like most of the shirts, hell I even like Warriors offerings for Liverpool and Stoke!

  16. Colin Peppiatt

    It wasn’t Adidas who removed the stripes. Saints wore a virtually all red Umbro kit in 12/13, with very faint white pinstripes.

  17. Jagan

    totally disappointed with man u jetsey they look royals with aon

  18. MMO

    uh warrior sport is still the worse manufacturer…

  19. DavidJ

    ..or Hull for that matter.

  20. Bear

    4 – because not everyone gets a hard on over Umbro.

  21. William

    Why no mention of Hull signing with Umbro?

  22. Adamly

    I thought “oooh I can see if the new Fulham kit is here!” and then I remembered and I was all awww 🙁

  23. The Jub

    I’m still hoping the Arsenal home shirt is a template Puma have mocked-up to throw everyone off the scent.

  24. Tonesterwolf

    What about Hull signing with Umbro?!

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