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Five of the best Premier League kits released this summer

The release of new kits is one of the most eagerly anticipated events for football fans each summer, as clubs unveil their latest designs for the new campaign.

As ever, there’s a whole host of lovely shirts released for the forthcoming campaign and we’ve chosen five of our favourites released so far this summer.

Five of the best Premier League kits released for 2023/24.


Brighton can do little wrong right now and the Seagulls have unveiled two trademark striped designs for the upcoming campaign.

While the home shirt is the club’s clean and classic blue and white stripes, the away number is something a little different to the usual Premier League palette. The green and black stripes resemble Roberto De Zerbi’s former side Sassuolo and compliment each other rather well.

Soon to be strutted on the Europa League stage.



Liverpool have opted for minimalist design and tradition for their 2023/24 home shirt and it’s fair to say this one is a winner.

The rounded white collar and white trim sleeves are a tribute to the club’s legendary former manager Bill Shankly and the kit worn during his final season in charge 50 years ago.




Football shirts just look better without sponsors.

A cock-up at Chelsea means their home shirt for the upcoming campaign has been released without a main sponsor, perhaps part of the reason why it has entered out favourite kits of the 2023/24 season.

Chelsea’s design is in tribute to the club’s 1997/98 season and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup triumph, introducing a modern take on a 90’s style shirt. This is a nice design, in contrast to some of the tedious efforts churned out this summer, and we’re fans of the gold trim.

However, it is hard not to wonder whether this could have been even better…


Arsenal had arguably the best shirts in the Premier League last season and Adidas needed another eye-catching effort to keep pace with Mikel Arteta’s progressive side.

The latest shirt is an ode to the club’s famous Invincibles team, a unique achievement that will celebrate it’s 20th anniversary during the upcoming campaign. Adidas have included gold trims in celebration of Arsenal’s golden campaign of 2003/04, in which Arsene Wenger’s team completed the entire Premier League season without defeat.

The traditional red and white is added to with a zig zag undertone graphic, while Emirates remain `arguably one of the more aesthetically pleasing shirt sponsors in the division.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest have introduced three different looking shirts for the new season and each have their own impressive features.

The away shirt incorporates a waved design and the third is rather more in-your-face for those who prefer outlandish numbers, but it’s hard to look past the clean tradition of the Garibaldi Red.

At present the shirt – made by Adidas after last season’s effort from Macron – has no sponsor and while that’s expected to change, here’s hoping it’s not an ugly addition to what is a fine shirt.

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