New football kits: Premier League strips for the 2017/18 season
Last Updated: 28/07/17 11:50am
What does your club's new kit look like for next season?
Have the manufacturers stuck with tradition? Do the shirt designs pay tribute to an era or player? Or have they plumped for a complete overhaul?
There's plenty of new gear for the 2017/18 campaign but what's your favourite? Check out the strips released so far...
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil were both involved in Arsenal's launch of their new home kit for the 2017/18 season.
The Puma-designed shirt features buttoned colour, while the red is a shade darker than usual - taken from the right-hand side of the club badge.
Petr Cech, Nacho Monreal and Per Mertesacker also featured alongside fans in the photos released to mark the kit launch. Two more players linked with moves away - Hector Bellerin and Olivier Giroud - were involved too.
The Gunners, meanwhile, launched their new third kit while on tour in Australia in July, with the north London club set to wear a black and pink jersey for the first time ever next season.
And on July 27 they finally released their away kit, a blue fade number.
The Cherries's new home kit is in keeping with the traditional red and black stripes the club are known for, but the first in a new five-year sponsorship deal with sports brand, Umbro.
Elongated panels provide extra freedom of movement for Bournemouth's players, who are delighted with the design.
"I know myself and the lads will really enjoy playing in this, not just for the look but also for the quality aspect of the kits, and they feel really comfortable to wear," said AFC Bournemouth vice-captain Andrew Surman.
The Seagulls' first Premier League kit was unveiled by Anthony Knockeart back in May. Made by Nike, the design features the club's traditional blue and white stripes, with the sleeves all-blue for contrast.
Launched at a seafront parade, Knockeart's strip is seen with the Premier League badges embroidered on the sleeves ahead of their new top-flight campaign.
Burnley introduced their new home kit on June 14. The kit stays true to the club's traditional colours and is manufactured by Puma.
It features a button-up collar with an all-claret shirt and blue panelled sleeves, which are enhanced by the claret 'ascension' stripe down to a claret cuff.
The same detailing also features on blue shorts and socks, with shirt sponsor Dafabet remaining on the kit, as does the traditional Burnley badge.
The Premier League champions will wear Nike strips for the first time in their history as they look to defend their title and challenge in the Champions League.
The blue home shirt is a minimalistic design that, according to Nike, is "rooted deeply in the club's heritage", with a shirt from the early 1970s used to match the desired shade of blue.
The shirt is partnered with blue shorts and white socks.
The away strip, meanwhile, is white with a silver hue that "reflects the club's ever-growing collection of silverware".
The Eagles launched their new home kit for next season on May 19. It features the five boroughs at the heart of south London that converge at Palace - Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark - on the back of the shirt.
Christian Benteke, Wilfried Zaha, Scott Dann, Jason Puncheon and Andros Townsend were photographed in the new red-and-blue strip by London-based photographer Greg Coleman in Crystal Palace park's 'secret subway' - one of the last remaining structures from the Crystal Palace which burnt down in 1936.
"We are incredibly proud of our south London roots and wanted to celebrate this in our new home kit design," said chairman Steve Parish.
The kit - which will first be worn during pre-season this summer - has been designed by Macron, with a new main shirt sponsor to be announced in the near future.
In July, Palace revealed their black away kit for next season, modelled here by wide man Jason Puncheon.
Everton released their 2017/18 home kit on May 16, the new design from Umbro featuring a classic diamond pattern on the sleeves and side of the white shorts.
Through an Everton Fans' Forum vote, supporters chose to honour club legend Dixie Dean; a motif of the man who scored 383 goals in his 12 years at Goodison Park features on the back of the shirt collars.
Meanwhile, recent new signing Wayne Rooney was chosen to model the club's new light grey away kit for the 2017/18 season.
If there is one way to unveil a new kit which is guaranteed to get fans excited, it is with a new signing.
Aaron Mooy, who joined the Premier League newcomers from Manchester City, took that honour for Huddersfield, being pictured in the brand new blue and white design.
The new Puma kit sees a launch of a three-year sponsorship deal with online gaming company OPE Sports.
"The new kit is very nice; I love the colours and I can't wait to wear it in the Premier League," Mooy said on his arrival.
Huddersfield debuted their away kit during a pre-season friendly against Bury, and pays homage to their famous 'Flash' kit worn between 1991 and 1993. The 2017/18 version is predominantly a red shirt with black and white 'electric hoops'.
"Be fearless" is the message from the Foxes that accompanies their new Puma home kit for next season. The traditional collar is gone from the 2016/17 strip and there is gold detail on the shoulders and down the arm.
The Foxes wore the kit on the final day of the season in a 1-1 home draw with Bournemouth.
Meanwhile, Leicester's away kit for the new season is dark and fearsome in colour, technically advanced, premium in materials, and features unique detailing inspired by the individual club's stadium or town, so home pride is with them wherever they go.
Liverpool unveiled their new home kit at the end of April and it pays homage to the Reds' 125th anniversary with a newly designed commemorative crest.
The liver bird emblem will be flanked with '1892' and '2017' and will retain a nod to the Hillsborough tragedy as the 96 emblem, encased by the eternal flames, will sit at the nape of the neck.
The overall shirt design - produced by New Balance - also takes inspiration from previous kits, such as the famous 'Rome' 1984 home shirt and will return to the darker 'Shankly red'.
The new away kit also continues the theme of their anniversary, with the club website describing it as: "A quartered green and white shirt that takes inspiration from the team's first jersey in 1892.
"The kit features an embroidered commemorative Liver bird crest and a subtle pin stripe within the design - and is completed by a black collar, black shorts and white socks with a green horizontal stripe and black trim."
Finally, the club have released a new third kit which continues the theme of celebrating iconic periods from Liverpool's 125-year history.
"Taking its design inspiration from the original wooden signage of the famous Kop stand, the kit features a 'Bold Citrus' and black colourway," the club's website said.
Launched as part of the 'Pure Liverpool FC' campaign for the 2017/18 season, the kit features the special 125th anniversary crest.
City have ditched the darker sleeves for the 2017/18 home kit, keeping it all sky blue as they look for a third Premier League crown.
The club have taken inspiration from their 1967/68 title-winning campaign, opting for a round neck blue shirt with a white trim.
Leroy Sane is one player hoping to emulate the success of their predecessors. He told the club's website: "I've loved my first season with City.
"We work hard to play fast, exciting and attacking football and we're looking forward to creating winning moments for our fans."
Leroy Sane, Danilo and Ederson unveiled City's pink away kit for the forthcoming campaign on their pre-season tour of the America.
Described as "all-maroon" by the club, the strip takes inspiration from City's league title-winning side of 1967/68, continuing the club's long-standing tradition of maroon kits.
The sense of nostalgia continues between the sticks, with the all-maroon outfield kit paired with a traditional green shirt, shorts and socks for the goalkeepers.
Jose Mourinho's men released their new home kit - designed by Adidas - on July 3, with new signing Victor Lindelof featuring in the launch.
The kit has the Adidas stripes on the shoulder and the designers have decided to go with an non-traditional button-up shirt with a flat collar.
Utd released their away kit of the 2017/18 season on May 10, opting to pay homage to their blue away strip from the early 1990s in a mix of dark grey, black and white with a crew-neck collar.
The three adidas stripes, club badge and logo are all in white and will be worn by Jose Mourinho's side for the first time during their pre-season tour.
United have also released their new third kit for the season, a grey number that will bring back memories of their infamous defeat to Southampton during the 1995/96 season. The Red Devils found themselves 3-0 down at half-time at The Dell, before Sir Alex Ferguson insisted on a kit change at the break to their blue and white second away kit.
Recently promoted Newcastle released their new home kit on May 15 and it features a commemorative crest for the club's 125th anniversary with manufacturer Puma sticking to the traditional black and white stripes.
It will be paired with black shorts and black socks with Far Eastern gaming company FUN88 the new kit sponsor on adult shirts for the 2017/18 season.
And the Magpies also unveiled their third kit for the upcoming season in July.
The Saints launched their 2017/18 kits in emphatic style, releasing an animation - featuring a Ronald Koeman-like character as the 'villain' of the tale - with Manolo Gabbiadini among the 'superheroes' out to protect Southampton.
The home kit itself has moved away from the traditional red and white stripes, with the body of the top mainly white with red running down the sides and on the sleeves.
The away kit meanwhile is striped black and blue. We'll find out next season whether it truly is 'Made for Heroes'.
Stoke have released both their home and away kits for the 2017/18 Premier League season, revealing their new strips on May 8.
Produced by Macron, the Potters stick to their traditional red and white stripes on their home kit with a red, white and blue stripe around the neck. It will be paired with white shorts and socks with a red and blue stripe down the inside of the sock leg.
Stoke are sticking with blue for their away strip, but in a departure from the sky blue of the 2016/17 season, the new shirt is a darker shade with a strip across the chest of white and red lines which will encompass the manufacturer and team logo.
The collar will be white and be paired with blue shorts and white socks which will also have white and red lines around the leg in a similar fashion to the shirt.
The Welsh club unveiled their new kit on June 21 at a special event at the Liberty Stadium. The strip features new shirt sponsor, Letou, an international gaming company.
The Joma shirt is in keeping with the Swans' familiar all white colouring, though black detailing remains around the collar and sleeves - which are finished with an embossed 'Swansea City AFC'.
The away design adds extra spice though, with the 'chilli red' colour set to catch the eye. Ribbed red, white and green cuffs represent the club's Welsh heritage.
Nike's first season with Tottenham will see Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Toby Alderweireld and Hugo Lloris outfitted in Nike Vapor kits as they embark on a campaign at the highest level both domestically and on the continent.
These home-and-away match kits, which were launched on July 1, feature Aeroswift technology, representing Nike's most advanced performance apparel to date.
As Spurs return to the national stadium for one season only, the Tottenham Hotspur crest - comprised of the famous cockerel motif on top of a football - has been enclosed in a shield design, a nod to one of the north Londoners' finest achievements, becoming the first post-war club to win both the Football League First Division and FA Cup in the 1960-61 season.
The away strip loses the gold trim from last season and is all-navy.
The Hornets have teamed up with Adidas for their 2017/18 kits, and they released the home hit in mid-June.
The clubs iconic colours remain, with three red stripes running down each side of otherwise completely yellow jersey.
Meanwhile, Watford will be kitted out in red on the road next season.
The most notable alterations on the front of the West Brom home kit are the logo of the new Chinese sponsor Palm and the red adidas badge.
But it's all-change on the back as the Baggies switch from all-white to all-blue, with white lettering and numbers.
On their travels, though, the west Midlands club's new shirt has a white base with red used for the sleeves and the shoulders and navy for the collar.
West Ham launched their new home kit on June 21, with the claret and blue kit taking inspiration from the strip worn in the 1976 European Cup Winners' Cup final.
Described as "powerful" by captain Mark Noble, the Hammers will wear a black away kit for the first time in 2017/18.
The kit features Umbro's classic diamond pattern, a black and bluefish crest and Union Jack motif which harks back to the club's origins as Thames Ironworks FC.
"It's a really smart kit," Noble told the club website. "I think it looks powerful, it's a really nice kit and I'm certainly looking forward to wearing it in front of our fantastic travelling supporters."