New football kits: Premier League strips for the 2016/17 season
Last Updated: 08/08/16 8:24pm
What does your club's new kit look like for next season?
Have the manufacturers stuck with tradition? Do the shirts have a retro feel? Or have they plumped for a complete overhaul?
There's plenty of new gear for the 2016/17 campaign but what's your favourite? Check out the strips released so far...
The top features a dark stripe down the middle and Giroud is thrilled with the design. "Puma has done a great job with the new home kit. They have designed a shirt that is influenced by our classic home kit and added modern features, which will ensure we stand out and look good on the pitch.
"Our traditions and the iconic home shirt are very important and I know our fans are going to be very happy with it. It's a very nice looking shirt and I'm looking forward to wearing it this season."
Away from the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners have replaced last season's gold with a yellow shirt, topped off with grey trim.
The grey collar features a yellow stripe running through it, whilst the grey underarms progress into a yellow and grey striped sleeve cuff.
The manufacturer and sponsor logos are also in grey, against a mustard yellow backdrop that makes up the body of the this year's shirt.
The away kit sees a return to yellow, after the Gunners wore gold last season, while the third kit is navy blue.
The Cherries' second term in the top flight sees them keep their red and black vertical stripes as Eddie Howe's men look to cement their place in the Premier League.
Bournemouth defied the odds to stay in the Premier League last season, finishing 16th with 42 points, five points above the drop zone.
Striker Callum Wilson, left-back Charlie Daniels and midfielder Andrew Surman modelled the new strip, sponsored by JD Sports.
The away kit, meanwhile, uses a rich royal blue with white trim and horizontal stripes on the shirt body and socks. The eye-catching design is a marked departure from last season's all-pink number that they wore on their travels in their first-ever Premier League campaign.
Having secured first place in last year's Championship, Burnley return to the top flight for their second Premier League stint in three seasons.
Their home kit for the coming term, made by Puma, features the traditional claret, with light blue trim running over the shoulders, through the collar and sleeve cuffs.
New sponsor Dafabet is included for the first time since signing its record shirt sponsorship deal with the club last month.
Plain white shorts are twinned with white socks with claret details, rounding off a smart ensemble for one of the league's new boys.
The Clarets' Puma away strip - worn during pre-season by Andre Gray in the above picture - reverses their home kit colour scheme, using claret accents on light blue from shirt to socks.
There is a new manager at Chelsea this season and a new Adidas home strip to welcome Antonio Conte to Stamford Bridge.
Blue is still the colour but Adidas' famous three-stripe design moves from the shoulders of the v-neck shirt and are placed under the arm.
The traditional blue takes some inspiration from the club crest, with the pattern of the rampant lion printed on the front of the strip.
Chelsea have also released a new away kit for the new campaign, featuring an engineered melange stripe fabric in grey and black with neon yellow accents, short shoulder stripes, a two-colour crest and an engineered collar tape featuring "Chelsea FC" text.
The kit was worn for the first time during the club's US tour.
The third strip is all white and features a large lion on the sleeve. A statement from the club read: "The white colour scheme has been a regular feature of change kits since the club's inception in 1905."
The Eagles have ditched the traditional striped shirts at home and have instead opted for the use of red and blue colour blocks, which, when the players stand side by side, make up a set of red and blue stripes.
Manufacturer Macron's latest offering for the south London club sees the home kit of blue shirts with red sleeves and sides and blue shorts and socks with red flashes.
The recently installed retro badge remains, as does sponsor Mansion, whilst all Macron logos appear in yellow.
The away strip combines two of the classic away design concepts Palace have used in recent years.
Using a yellow base colour, as featured in the iconic Brazil style away kit of the early nineties, the red and blue diagonal sash remains.
All-yellow shorts and yellow socks with a horizontal red stripe complete the ensemble.
The away jersey, meanwhile, mixes the classic yellow away kits of years gone by with the well-known red and blue sash.
The sash has been a feature of Palace kits stretching back to the 1975/76 campaign, and was on display when the club topped the old first divsion for the only time in their history in September 1979.
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Everton and Umbro's inspiration for the club's 2016/17 home shirt is Goodison Park.
The traditional blue shirt, which features a white rib collar and contrasting white and yellow detailing on the cuffs, celebrates the famous home of the Toffees and the co-ordinates of the ground can be found in the back of the shirt on the neck.
The stadium features the famed criss-cross architectural signature of Archibald Leitch, who designed the Bullens Road stand and it's also featured on the shirt, with Umbro creating a Leitch-style graphic to appear above the co-ordinates of Goodison Park.
The Toffees revealed their away kit in mid-July and said the design was inspired by two colours from one of their "most historic kits".
Dark navy with a salmon trim, the shirt - modelled by Ramiro Funes Mori - is a nod to the 1890/91 season when the Toffees captured their first English First Division title.
Hull launched their new home kit for the upcoming season towards the end of July.
And the newly promoted Premier League club's fans will be able to get a glimpse of the gold jerseys with black stripes when the Tigers play host to champions Leicester City on the opening day of the new campaign at lunch time on August 13.
Hull, meanwhile, released their new away kit in mid-July and debuted it in their pre-season friendly against Grimsby Town.
The black and amber strip includes a couple of unique features. On the back-neck label of the shirt, the co-ordinates of the club's KCOM Stadium home are featured alongside a unique Tigers graphic, "inspiring players and fans wherever they are in the world".
It also sports another Tigers print on the back of the neck in white, with club crest and Umbro logo embroidered on the front.
Puma is back to produce Leicester's kits for the 2016/17 season, but this time Claudio Ranieri's side are Premier League champions.
The club's champion status will be showcased on the shirt with a subtle flash of gold and for the first time in the club's history the official home shirt will be sporting the new iconic gold Premier League patches.
The sleek contemporary style brings a bold, geometric jacquard design to the body and sleeves to create an eye-catching on-pitch statement, while also boasting a traditional collar.
The Foxes have revealed their new away kit, a red number similar to their strip from the 2014/15 season.
In July, Puma also revealed Leicester's alternative away kit for their title defence. It is all white and inspired by the club's iconic 1983/84 shirt.
Liverpool unveiled their new home strip for the 2016-17 season on May 9 - a simplistic red and gold design.
The shirt, made by New Balance and sponsored by Standard Chartered, is the familiar shade of red with gold logos, and gold trim around a two-button collar.
The shorts and socks are all red with gold logos, while the home goalkeeper jersey is lime green with black shoulder pads and white trim.
An emblem remembering the 96 who lost their lives at Hillsborough has also been included on the back.
The Reds released their away kit on June 16, with black shorts and shirts chosen for games away from Anfield this season.
There is a flash of red down the side and a lining at the top of the socks.
The goalkeepers - modelled by Simon Mignolet in the promotional photos - will don a yellow jersey with a flash of black and white on the shoulders.
We got the first glimpse of the new Manchester City kit at their weekend event at the start of July, with new manager Pep Guardiola also presented to fans for the first time.
Players from various teams at the club were there to model the shirts, including men's first team forward Kelechi Iheanacho and Manchester City ladies captain Steph Houghton.
The sky blue colour remains the main feature with a darker shade used on the shoulders and top of the arms, with a black line running down the length of the shirt and shorts.
It also includes the new City badge that features the Manchester ship and the red rose of Lancashire as the club reverts to the older style used in previous years at the request of the fans.
Manchester City's away kit was revealed on July 24 with kit partner Nike's latest technology. It is a black kit with red detailing and flashes of yellow, inspired by the famous black and red kits of the past as well as a Manchester icon: the worker bee.
The club's new crest features in yellow and black and tributes are knitted into the design with 'City' at the back of the collar and 'Est. 1894' on the inside of the cuffs as a reminder of the club's storied history.
The kit it completed with similarly coloured shorts and yellow socks in homage to the to the bee's eye-catching stripes.
Manchester United unveiled their new away kit for the upcoming season on May 11, continuing their partnership with Adidas, and it is a significant departure from last season's white shirt.
The away jersey is "collegiate blue" with dark blue detail and red trim, including the changing of the badge to an entirely red motif.
Manchester United launched their home kit in China on July 23, with new striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic front and centre.
The strip features two different shades of red, split down either side of the shirt, with white stripes down the torso and the shorts switching colours with primarily white shorts with red stripes.
The socks are black, with red trim along the top and the 'red devils' synonymous with the club also featuring on the shins.
United's third kit for the 2016/17 season is white and apparently takes inspiration from the club's early years as Newton Heath LYR Football Club.
The Adidas strip, with black accents and the kitmaker's familiar three stripes under the arms, was worn for the first time against Galatasaray.
Returning to the Premier League for the first time since 2009, Boro's home offering features the classic red shirt, which will incorporate a bold white sash, underlined with navy blue.
Made by Adidas, whose three stripes adorn both shoulders, the strip is rounded off with white shorts trimmed with red and red socks, featuring white details.
The shirt has a V-neck and sports a red white and blue motif, whilst the traditional lion logo is included on alternate sides of the shirt and shorts.
On their travels, the club will sport a navy blue strip, paired with light blue.
The shirt features a three-tone downward facing chevron, upon which the club and Adidas logos are embroidered.
The navy shorts are accompanied by bright blue socks, with navy detail, in the same style as those worn as part of the home kit.
Southampton released their home and away strips on July 5, the first shirts released in a new seven-year partnership with the brand Under Armour.
The home kit is a departure from the shirts fans have become accustomed to and while the customary red and white stripes are included, there is now a white section at the top which contain the Saints badge and Under Armour logo.
The Saints also have a new sponsor, reverting from the Southampton-based consumer electronics company Veho to Virgin Media with captain Jose Fonte modelling the new home strip.
While last season's away kit was a striking green shirt with a navy stripe, for the 2016/17 season, Southampton will wear a grey and black combination, with flashes of red in honour of their regular club colours.
Stoke have joined forces with Macron for the 2016/17 season, and the new home jersey maintains the traditional colours, with the classical vertical red and white stripes.
Meanwhile, the away kit is sky blue and features a "retro" logo which adorned the first Stoke City kit in 1882.
Like league rivals Burnley, the Black Cats are also sponsored by Dafabet.
The home strip sports the traditional red and white stripes, trimmed with gold and is modelled by striker Jermain Defoe, whose goals helped maintain the club's top flight status for another season, against all the odds.
The away kit sees Sunderland return to white for the first time since the 2009/10 season.
The top features a blue fade sash and a blue collar, and was worn for the first time in the pre-season friendly against Borussia Dortmund.
The Wearsiders' third kit takes on a bright pink and purple horizontal stripes, with purple shoulders and a pink block of colour around the tops of the arms. You certainly won't be able to mistake them on the pitch this season!
It's all change for Swansea in the 2016/17 season as they have a new kit manufacturer - Joma - and a new sponsor - BETEAST.
However, the home strip has not changed much, with the all-white number featuring black detailing and a buttoned collar.
On their travels, the Swans will wear a kit that flows from turquoise to navy, with white badges and a navy trim.
"Designed with both the fans and players in mind, our kits will be unlike any other in the Premier League," said Swansea vice chairman Leigh Dineen at the launch.
Tottenham released their five new kits for the 2016/17 season in early July via a Facebook Live session.
Made by Under Armour, their kit sponsor since 2011, the home strip brings no surprises, while the away kit sees a return to their navy blue and gold trim.
The third kit is all gold, while the home goalkeeper strip is described as "capri blue" and the away goalkeeper strip as "burnt orange".
They stepped out in the new designs for the first time in Melbourne against Juventus and Atletico Madrid.
Tradition is the order of the day at Watford, who stick with their familiar combination of yellow with black trim for their second season back in the top flight.
This season marks the first time the club will have kits made by new technical partner Dryworld.
The home strip is all yellow, with black collar and cuffs, featuring orange piping and a two-button neck. An orange stripe also adorns the side of the shirt, which is paired with black shorts.
The goalkeeper kit, modelled by Heurelho Gomes, uses red as its base colour and features white around the neck and the wrist portions.
For away games, outfield players will sport a white shirt, with the same collar and cuffs combination of black with red trim.
At The Hawthorns, Tony Pulis' men will wear their classic combination of navy blue and white stripes, trimmed with light blue around the cuffs and collar.
The design has white shoulders and sleeves, for an understated but elegant finish.
Away from home, the Baggies will be clad in a slick offering from manufacturers Adidas, a pinstripe design that combines dark and baby blue.
The colour pairing is also utilised in shorts and socks, which are dark blue with baby blue trim.
On the road, West Ham will be wearing a predominantly white kit. Trimmed with the classic claret and blue, the strip includes blue shorts and white socks.
The Hammers home kit was revealed on July 16, and doesn't stray far from tradition with a predominately claret shirt with the famous blue down the arms and lining around the neck of the shirt.
The shorts are all white with a strip of blue down the side of the thigh, along with claret and blue socks and both kits will feature the updated 'London' club logo.
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