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Aston Villa 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

Aston Villa are a football club who play in the Premier League and they play their home games at Villa Park, Birmingham. Nicknamed 'Villa', Aston Villa wear claret and sky blue shirts which are manufactured by Kappa who took over from Luke 1977in the 2019-20 season. Their shirts are sponsored by Cazoo which joined Aston Villa a year after the start of the Kappa partnership.

Aston Villa Home Kit

Aston Villa originally played in deep red and blue colours which were from the old school of the founders. The club went through a spell of changing home shirts from black to claret, blue, white, chocolate and light blue before switching to their synonymous claret shirts with blue sleeves.

2022/23 Aston Villa Home Shirt

The Aston Villa 2022/23 home shirt was the club's first under the Castore brand. Its classic combination of a claret body and light blue sleeves opted for a cleaner application, devoid of striped or other design elements. The shade of claret was deeper compared to previous iterations. The light blue collar piping completed the construction of the jersey.

2021/22 Aston Villa Home Shirt

Aston Villa's Kappa home shirt for 2021/22 is one of the kits in claret and sky blue, the former specifically for the body and the latter for the raglan sleeves. Making the jersey distinct from the others in the said category is the alternating vertical stripes of light and dark shade on the body, with each containing a middle pinstripe of opposite tone.

2020/21 Aston Villa Home Shirt

Villa will be wearing a Kappa-produced home kit for the 2020-21 season. The shirt has sky blue raglan sleeves with wide cuffs and a claret body with tonal vertical pinstripes pattern. The design of the round collar is unique, with its height decreasing as it approaches the middle of the neckline and its colours being claret at the front and back and sky blue at the sides consistent with the colours of the raglan sleeves. The entire backside is clear and only has a small iconic lion appearing right below the neckline.

Logo-wise, claret Kappa liveries are displayed on the sides of the shoulders while a white one appears on the right chest. The Villa badge on the left chest is silicon-based and detailed with official colours and white outline. The club's principal partner Cazoo has a prominent white branding on the front and centre. White shorts and sky blue socks (with a claret pair serving as an alternative) complete the new home set.

Men's Aston Villa Shirt

The name 'Villa' derives from the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel which was used by the original members of the club. The club are nicknamed the 'Villans' or the unused 'Lions' which is featured on their crest.

Aston Villa wear a distinctive claret and sky blue top, due to the Villas early success as a football club. West Ham and Burnley went on to adopt these colours for their teams kit. It is said that the colours were chosen because they reflected the clubs attitude to drinking red wine whilst admiring the sky behind the glass.

Members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Aston, Birmingham, formed Aston Villa in 1874. The Aston Villa cricket team were looking for a way to stay fit during the winter months and decided to adopt the new sport of football. The Villa play their home games at Villa Park, Trinity Road, Birmingham.

The club record for a signing was 28 million pounds to Bentford for Ollie Watkins who pulled on the Villa strip in September 2020. The claret and blues highest transfer fee earned 32.5 million pounds, when Christian Benteke went to Liverpool in July 2015.

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