New Premier League kits for the 2019/20 season
Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal have released strips
By Sky Sports Football
Last Updated: 17/07/19 4:13pm
What does your club's new kit look like for 2019/20 Premier League season?
Have the new designs stuck with tradition? Do the shirts have a retro feel? Or has next season's kit had a complete overhaul? There's plenty of new gear for next season but what's your favourite? Check out the strips released so far...
Arsenal have reunited with adidas after 25 years and their home shirt for 2019/20 features a classic all-over red body, complimented by white sleeves and contrasting collar.
The white collar is emblazoned with a central red stripe and black trimming, while the kitmaker's distinctive three stripes run across the shoulder.
The Gunners' away kit has been inspired by the 'bruised banana' strip from the early '90s, with a shaded zig-zag pattern creating a contemporary take on a classic look.
Villa's £25m summer signing, Tyrone Mings, helped unveiled Villa's 2019/20 home kit. The shirt has a claret body and blue sleeves featuring claret Kappa logos.
Villa's away kit is a rather busy number, going light blue for the first time since 2008/09.
Designed by Umbro, Bournemouth's new home shirt offers a "modern twist" on the club's classic striped style.
The shirt, which has red sleeves, features a diagonal patterned fabric, inspired by the detail within the club's iconic Dickie Dowsett crest.
Both shorts and socks are black with red trim with the socks featuring the AFCB lettering which also appears on the neckline of the shirt.
The Cherries have gone for a citrus away strip, with navy trimming.
Brighton & Hove Albion have unveiled their new kits for the 2019/20 season, with the return of blue shorts to the home strip, complete with white socks.
The shirt has darker blue lines than last campaign as the Seagulls look to enjoy a better season under new manager Graham Potter.
The away kit is all black with a white tonal crest, while last season's green away strip will be used as a third kit for the following term.
Burnley's 2019/20 kits will once again be made by Umbro. The classic claret shirt features a rib-crew neckline, with sky blue sleeves and contrast claret diamond print.
Palace showcased their new Puma home kit during their season finale against Bournemouth. The shirt retains the club's famous red and blue stripes but features a white collar, trim and faded pin-stripe. White replaces yellow as the third colour on the strip.
The Eagles have returned to black for their away strip, with a blue and red stripe down the middle of the shirt overlaid by a pattern.
Chelsea's new Nike strip features customary blue shirt - given a fresh look with a Stamford Bridge-inspired pattern - blue shorts and white socks.
Eden Hazard featured prominently in the promotional shots released by Chelsea - but later left for Real Madrid.
Nike say Chelsea's new white away kit is inspired by the Mod culture that thrived on the King's Road - a short walk from Stamford Bridge - in the 1960s.
The shirt is polo jersey-style with a button-down collar and is teamed with white shorts and blue socks.
Everton's Umbro home strip pays homage to Goodison Park's Bullens Road stand, with a modern graphic which appears on the front of the shirt influenced by iconic stadium architect Archibald Leitch, according to the club. Fabian Delph was snapped in it after joining from Manchester City.
Leicester's new adidas home kit sees them return to white shorts for the first time since the 2014/15 season.
The Foxes debuted the kit in their final-day draw with Chelsea, including a black and grey goalkeeper strip. Brendan Rodgers' side will also be sporting pink and grey away kits for the 2019/20 campaign.
Liverpool's new 2019/20 home kit honours the club's most successful manager Bob Paisley, who would have turned 100 this year.
The kit, modelled by Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Alisson Becker and Mohammed Salah, is inspired by the strip worn during the 1982/83 season, in which Liverpool won their 14th league title and Paisley won his sixth as Reds manager.
Each shirt has been inscribed with Paisley's signature on the inside of the neck, and also features an official swing tag dedicated to the former manager who won three European Cups as Liverpool boss. The 2019/20 home kit also features white pin stripes on the front of the shirt, as they were on the 1982/83 jersey.
Liverpool and New Balance have chosen to retain the popular 'red pepper' colour for the coming season. To commemorate the tragic events of Hillsborough, the 96 emblem, surrounded by flames, sits at the nape of the neck.
Liverpool's new away shirt design takes inspiration from iconic street signs around Anfield, while its collar shape and construction pays homage to the strip worn by the club's 1977 European Cup-winning side under Paisley.
In line with the 2019-20 home jersey, the white and navy away kit features Paisley's signature on the inside of the neck and an official swing tag dedicated to the legendary manager in the year of the 100th anniversary of his birth.
The strip is completed with navy shorts and white socks with a lower navy section and red trim, while the goalkeeper shirt is green with matching socks.
Manchester City revealed their Puma home and away kits on the same day, with both strips "paying tribute to Manchester's industrial and cultural heritage," according to the club.
City blue is joined this season by accents of purple - a colour used in previous kits but on the home short for the first time.
The club's away kit, meanwhile, celebrates the city's "Madchester" years, taking inspiration from former nightclub The Haçienda, which was once an epicentre for emerging music, bands, DJs, and artists.
Using black colour as a base, this shirt kit features yellow stripes on the left shoulder, while additional peach and blue "create a colourful representation of this legendary cultural icon that was the heartbeat of the city".
City have served up even more colour with their rhubarb and custard-style third kit.
Manchester United's new home kit pays homage to the Treble-winners from the 1998/99 campaign.
The crowning achievement 20 years ago was their comeback against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final as last-gasp goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sealed a remarkable 2-1 win - and the times of those goals feature on the shirt sleeve.
The dates of the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League conquests are also displayed on the bottom of the shirt, which will have a new club crest of black with gold stitching.
The goalkeeping jersey - modelled by David de Gea despite continued speculation over his future - comes in a tiger pattern featuring a dark purple two-tone design in a reference to the one worn by Peter Schmeichel 20 years ago.
Paul Pogba featured prominently in United's away kit reveal. The Frenchman's future has been under scrutiny all summer - especially after he admitted he was keen on pursuing a "new challenge" - but joined the likes of Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford modelling the gold, snakeskin-patterned shirt.
Newcastle's 2019/20 kits are once again made by Puma and the club say their home strip takes inspiration from their Inter-Cities Fairs Cup win 50 years ago.
"Just like the black and white jersey proudly worn by the stars of 1969, the new home shirt will feature a familiar black round-neck collar with white trim, while a tonal crest will adorn the Magpies' classic black and white stripes," said the club on their official website.
But judging by a tweet from the club's official account, the Toon fear fans rocked by Rafa Benitez's reluctant exit might not be in the mood...
Norwich's Errea home kit features the club's famous yellow and green but with a fade pattern that emblazons the lower half of the shirt. Shorts are green while socks are yellow with green trim.
The Blades are back in the top flight after 12 years away and their signature red and white home shirt for 2019/20 features a round collar with white and black trim on the cuffs and adidas' trademark stripes in black down the sleeves.
Home shorts are black and home socks red, while the club's away kit is all white, with red trim.
Southampton's new Under Armour home kit sees the iconic red and white stripes return. They are accented with black shoulders and trim on the sleeves.
The away kit has been produced with a grey body and contrasting volt-yellow shoulders and sleeve accents, while the new third kit features a white body with blue shoulders, red geometric lines running across the width of the shirt.
West Ham have revealed their new strips, with the home offering complete with claret shorts and socks, and the away inspired by the Hammers' historic 1980 FA Cup-winning team.
The Umbro design on the home strip includes a claret V-neck and sky blue chest, while the all-white away kit will bring memories flooding back for supporters alive during the 1-0 win over Arsenal, 39 years ago.
West Ham captain Mark Noble said: "To wear this shirt, especially with the West Ham badge on it - it takes an honest player, hard-working, a player that leaves everything on the pitch and plays for the crest on the shirt.
"When you play for this club, you join a family and players do realise that this is not just an ordinary Football Club, this is a great Football Club, with a great history, and the shirt represents just that."
Wolves' home shirt - featuring a new sponsor - remains traditional gold, but is complemented by with black socks for the first time in more than a decade.
Wolves revealed their 2019/20 away kit at the opening of their Shanghai megastore, having travelled to China for the Premier League Asia Trophy. The black strip, with pinstripe detail on the shirt, features black shorts and gold socks.
See more Premier League 2019/20 kits here as they are released.