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 2015.
Arsenal – PUMA again supply the new home kit for Arsenal and it features the iconic red base with white sleeves design while touches of gold depicted from the Arsenal crest are seen as piping on the buttoned polo collar and sleeve cuffs. For another classic touch a one-buttoned polo collar is used and again the home kit is completed with white shorts with red trim while white socks are used for this upcoming season. The all new away shirt for the Gunners uses a gold and navy design. The primary colour gold is featured on the front panel of the shirt in a striking gradient diamond pattern. The sleeves and shoulder panel are navy while additional gold details are seen on the sleeve cuffs and branding. The new away kit for the Gunners is completed with navy shorts and socks with gold and white details. The all new third shirt uses the same kit template as the clubâ€™s new away shirt but uses a v-neck collar rather than the rounded collar. Gold trim applications colour the Arsenal club crest and PUMA logos on the front and sleeves while the new third kit is completed with anthracite shorts and socks with gold and sky blue trim.
Aston Villa – Again supplied by Italian brand Macron, the new home shirt for Aston Villa draws inspiration from classic kits the club wore in the 1970s as it features the trademark claret and sky blue colours in classic design. Claret coloured the collar last season and now sky blue colours the traditional styled polo collar while the new home kit for Villa is again completed with white shorts with claret and sky blue trim and hooped claret and sky blue socks. This year Macron have given Villa a modern and striking yellow and black away shirt. The entire shirt is yellow while additional touches of black trim colours the buttoned polo collar, sleeve cuffs, sponsors and branding. The new away kit is completed with black shorts with yellow trim and yellow socks with black trim.
Bournemouth – For the clubâ€™s debut season in the Premier League, they will again wear red and black striped home shirts. Unlike last seasonâ€™s home shirt the red and black stripes continue on to the sleeves while a black panel is used at the very top of the shirt. The new away shirt retains the 2014-15 third shirt design from last season but switches the Energy Consulting sponsor for the new Mansion sponsor logo and the Carbrini logo is replaced by the JD Sports logo. Black shorts and socks complete the new away kit. In a nod to support Breast Cancer, Bournemouth have created a pink design for their new third shirt with five percent of the sales going towards the Breast Cancer Care charity. For an elegant touch the Bournemouth crest is monochromed to match the white trim colour on the shirt and pink shorts and socks complete the new third kit for the Cherries.
Chelsea – The all new home shirt for the Blues uses an all new pinstriped weave design on the front panel of the shirt. The trademark royal blue colours the entire shirt while white trim again colours the adidas three-stripes on the shoulders for a clean look. Signing a long term sponsorship deal with Yokohama Rubber in February, the new Yokohama Tyres sponsor is seen in white on the front of the shirt. Again blue shorts and socks with white trim complete the home kit. The away shirt uses a solid white base with touches or royal blue trim seen on the adidas three-stripes on the shoulders, base hem, sleeve cuffs, sponsors and branding. A white rounded crew-neck collar is used while white shorts and socks with blue trim complete the new away kit for Chelsea.
Crystal Palace – As last year the shirts are made by Macron with the red and blue stripes still on the home shirt and the away is white with two red and blue strips down the middle. The home shirt uses a new asymmetrical style and along with the red and blue vertical stripes is a yellow trim, this is paired with blue shorts that have a strange cut to the on the sides ahnd blue socks. The white away shirtsâ€™ two bands down the middle are inspired by the sash seen on Palace shirts of the past, both the home & away shirt will be availalbe in either standard (fans) or body-fit (players), with the shirt expected to be available from July.
Everton – In an iconic style of Everton shirts of the past, the white v-neck collar is the stand-out feature of this kit which pairs a blue shirt with white shorts and white socks with blue trim. On the back of the kit are the letters â€˜NSNOâ€™, referring to the clubâ€™s motto; Nil Satis Nisi Optimum. The all new away shirt for the Toffees is also white and uses light grey hoops on the sleeves and base of the shirt on the back for a completely unique look. The Umbro Double Diamonds logo, Chang sponsor and Everton crest are all coloured silver to match the trim colour of the shirt. The new away kit for Everton will be completed with white shorts and socks with navy trim. For the first time in the clubâ€™s history Everton will sport a dark green/Camo coloured shirt with touches of orange trim applications seen on the Chang sponsor, Umbro logo and Everton crest which has been monochromed. The new third kit is completed with black shorts with orange trim and dark green socks with black and orange trim.
Leicester City – The new home shirt for the Foxes again uses the clubâ€™s trademark royal blue home colours while touches of white and gold are also featured. With the 14-15 home shirt using a polo collar, the new shirt uses a modern standard v-neck collar with white v-design. The 25th Anniversary King Power is used while the PUMA logo is gold. The new home kit is completed with blue shorts and socks with gold and white trim. The Foxes will wear a black and white away shirt for the upcoming 2015-16 season. The new away shirt uses the diamond graphic pattern seen on the likes of Arsenal and Rangersâ€™ new away/third kits. The new away kit is completed with black shorts and socks with white trim.
Liverpool – Liverpool officially launched their home kit in April 2015 and they were the first Premier League side to do so. With New Balance taking over from Warrior Sports from the 2015-16 season onwards, the new home shirt takes a more classic approach to the design using a unique chequered/lined pattern on the front of the shirt which is inspired by the fans flying their flags and wearing their scarves in the Kop. The all new away shirt for next season takes in the form of a white design with red trim applications. The names and numbers will be red and the away kit is completed with white shorts and socks with red trim. The third shirt features a classic and simple design featuring a black base with additional red and white trim. The new third kit is completed with black shorts and socks with white and red trim.
Manchester City – Again supplied by Nike Football, the new home shirt again features the traditional sky blue base with additional white trim on the buttoned polo collar. With navy blue trim seen on last seasonâ€™s home shirt, the new home shirt replaces navy blue with white trim for a fresh look. Additional white trim is seen on the sleeve cuffs and top of the socks to complete the design. The Nike Big Swoosh logo and Etihad Airways sponsor are navy blue, the same navy blue seen on the previous home shirt for City. Honouring the clubâ€™s passionate legion of fans and itâ€™s chants, the new away shirt uses a subtle â€œmoon graphicâ€ on the sleeves. The shirt is coloured navy and features additional sky blue trim from the home shirt on a band on the collar and sleeve cuffs. The new away kit is completed with navy shorts and socks with electric blue trim. The away kit was unveiled by Pablo Zabaleta and new signing Raheem Sterling.
Manchester United – The new home shirt for the Red Devils is classic in design and is reminiscent of the retro adidas kits back in the 1980s as it features a traditional red base while adidasâ€™ three-stripes on the shoulders are white. With adidas Football signing the biggest kit deal in football history in July 2014, Chevrolet again sponsors the shirt after they signed a seven-year deal back in July 2012. Based on the same Tiro 15 kit template as the home shirt, the new away shirt is white in colour and is inspired by the white adidas away kits worn by the club in the 1980s. Black shorts with red adidas three-stripes running down the flanks and white socks with red and black complete the new away kit.
Newcastle United – The brand new home shirt for the Magpies again features their trademark black and white stripes while additional blue details are used in a unique diagonal gradient hooped design from the base of the shirt upwards. Three black stripes and four white stripes are used on the front while the entire back of the shirt is left solid white. The away shirt is light grey with each diamond using a grey gradient pattern while additional sky blue trim colours the branding and shoulder stripe on the shoulders and sleeves. Touches of sky blue also colour the sleeve cuffs while the new away kit is completed with grey shorts and socks with sky blue trim. The new third shirt is made by PUMA and features a solid black design with a unique pink and white modern sash on the front. Additional pink trim is seen on the sleeve cuffs while extra touches of white are seen on the neckline.
Norwich City – Drawing inspiration from the first ever kit worn at the clubâ€™s home ground Carrow Road back in 1935, the new home shirt uses a classic green and yellow halved design. The shirt uses green on the left half and yellow on the right half while the left sleeve is yellow and the right sleeve is green. The new home kit for the Canaries is completed with green shorts and yellow socks. The all new away shirt for the Canaries is primarily green with a classic yellow pinstriped design on the front panel and sleeves of the shirt. Green shorts and yellow socks complete the new away kit. For the first time in the clubâ€™s history, Norwich City have revealed an all new third kit for a Premier League season. A three-hooped third shirt design includes green, yellow and dark yellow colours for a completely new look for the Premier League new boys.
Southampton – Southampton officially signed a new kit deal with adidas to commence from the 2015-16 season onwards after their 2014-15 kits were made in-house. The new home shirt for the Saints again features the clubâ€™s trademark red and white stripes which have made the club famous. The stripes have been made larger and feature four white stripes and three red stripes on the front. The brand new away shirt for the Saints uses a solid green base with a classic diagonal navy sash on the front of the shirt. Additional navy trim colours the adidas three-stripes, v-neck collar and sleeve cuffs. The new away kit is completed with navy shorts and green trim and green socks with navy trim.
Stoke City – The new home shirt for Stoke is relatively similar to the 14-15 home shirt featuring the iconic red and white stripes from the base of the shirt to the shoulders. A simple rounded crew-neck collar is used with a white triangle at the base of the collar and the sleeve cuffs are red with white piping. The brand new away kit uses a similar kit template to the 14-15 away shirt but features a black base and a green sash with green is also applied on to the collar and sleeve piping. The away shirt draws inspiration from when the Potters wore the sash design in the 1970s.
Sunderland – Similar to the new Saints strip, the new home shirt for Sunderland again features their trademark red and white stripes. The shirts feature a new eGaming operator Dafabet sponsor on the front of the shirt while touches of black are seen on the v-neck collar, sleeve cuffs and base of the shirt. The new home kit for the Black Cats is completed with black shorts with white and red trim and black socks with red trim. The all new away shirt for the Black Cats comes in the form of a green and yellow gradient hooped design. Quite astonishingly, the new away shirt uses a 15-16 adidas template which has been used by several other adidas teams for the 2015-16 season including Aberdeen and Fenerbahce. The new away kit is completed with green shorts and socks with yellow trim while the new away goalkeeperâ€™s shirt is black with pink/red trim.
Swansea City – The new home shirt for Swansea City is inspired by the cityâ€™s history of being a key centre for the copper industry in the 19th century as it features copper trim on the v-neck collar, sleeve cuffs and adidas three-stripes. The home kit is again completed with white shorts and socks with copper trim while on the shorts a copper trim line is used at the top. The new away shirt uses a revolutionary new design boasting a navy and lime green hooped design. The front of the shirt uses three thick green hoops while the back of the shirt is solid navy and additional green trim colours the adidas three-stripes, rounded crew-neck collar and dotted theme on the base of the shirt, sleeve cuffs and collar.
Tottenham Hotspur – Spurs have a new home shirt made by Under Armour for next season in the Premier League and it features a sash, running diagonally from shoulder to hip. The six stripes that make it up are inspired by the design of the emblem positioned below the golden cockerel on White Hart Laneâ€™s West and East stands. It is a white home shirt, with a navy blue trim, with a v-neck collar and more navy for stripes detailing the back neck tape. The all new away shirt for Spurs uses a sky blue base with a unique navy hooped design on the front of the shirt. The largest panel on the front of the shirt is in the chest region with the AIA sponsor layered on top while the back of the shirt is solid blue. The new away kit is completed with navy shorts and socks with white trim. Reintroducing the purple away shirt last seen in the 2011-12 season, the all new third shirt for Spurs boasts a relatively classic design with additional silver trim applications on the v-neck collar, sleeve cuffs and hem. Expect this kit to be completed with purple shorts and socks with silver trim.
Watford – Supplied by PUMA, the new home shirt features a modern gradient hooped design on the front while the clubâ€™s trademark yellow colours are again used. The black hoops are thickest at the base of the shirt while they gradually thin to the collar where they are pinstripes. A simple black v-neck collar is used while two black line shoulder panels are seen as well as black sleeve cuffs. A solid yellow back is used while the new home kit is completed with black shorts and socks with yellow trim. The all new away shirt for the Hornets uses a classic black design. Solid black panels are used on the shirt while the familiar shoulder/sleeve stripe seen on several other 2015-16 PUMA kits is used which is coloured white. Online gambling company 138.com sponsors the away shirt while the new kit is completed with black shorts and socks with white trim. The white stripe also runs down the flank of the shorts while a standard v-neck collar is used.
West Bromwich Albion – After last seasonâ€™s pinstripe design, the new home shirt has returned to the traditional navy and white striped design. Three navy stripes and two white stripes complete the front of the shirt with the sides coloured white and the stripes continue on to the back of the shirt. The sleeves are solid white, the adidas three-stripes are navy while the kit is completed with white shorts and socks with navy trim. The new away shirt for the Baggies is again red and features additional black trim on the adidas three-stripes, sleeve cuffs, pinstripes and base of the shirt. A subtle black pinstriped design is used on the front panel while the same dotted mesh theme seen on several other adidas kits is also used.
West Ham United – Celebrating their last season at the Boleyn Ground or Upton Park as it is often known, Umbro back making the Hammers shirts have created a kit similar to the first worn at the ground, when the club played there for the first time in 1904. A simple design sees a claret shirt, with blue sleeves, incorporating a blue round next collar with claret trim and claret cuffs. Sponsors Betway feature in white across the centre of the kit. The shirt is paired with white shorts and claret socks, that feature the blue trim. Drawing inspiration from the 1901-03 away kit which was the first kit to use the clubâ€™s claret and sky blue colours, the new away shirt for West Ham United uses an elegant two-tone sky blue design with additional claret and white trim. The new away kit is completed with sky blue shorts and socks with claret trim.
Posted on April 15, 2015