New threads! Premier League home shirts for 2023/24

New season, new colours. Premier League clubs have been busy unveiling their kits for the 2023/24 campaign, with fans eager to get their hands on the latest shirts.

Here is every Premier League club’s home shirt released for the 2023/24 campaign.


Arsenal’s new home shirt contains a tribute to the club’s famous Invincibles team of 2003/04 season, marking the the 20th anniversary of Gunners’ unbeaten Premier League season.

The traditional red and white colours are added to with smart gold accents, while the ‘authentic version’ features the club’s record of 26 wins and 12 draws from their historic undefeated season.

However, Adidas were embarrassingly forced to suspend sales and redesign the shirt, having included only 32 of the 38 results from the campaign.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa have released their design for the new season, including a new main sponsor and redesigned crest. The latter change ‘pays homage’ to the club’s 1982 European Cup-winning team.


Bournemouth’s 2023/24 home shirt brings back a classic look with a return to the traditional red and black stripes. The stripes contain neat pinstripe detailing, while Umbro have also released a sponsorless version – a nice touch for those in search of a more retro feel.


Brentford’s Umbro-made home shirt will be worn by the Bees for both the upcoming campaign and the 2024/25 season, with the west Londoners keen underline their commitment to affordability and environmental consciousness.

There’s a lot to like about Thomas Frank’s side.


Brighton’s first ever European campaign will see the Seagulls take to the field in a kit that has returned to the club’s more traditional thinner stripes. The yellow trims from last season’s shirt are replaced with an entirely blue and white design, including large blue sleeves with navy cuffs.


Burnley are another side who have looked to pay tribute to the past with a new design, with the Clarets’ 2023/24 shirt inspired by the club’s 1994 home shirt – a campaign which ended in promotion to the second tier.

Burnley are back among the big boys this time around, after Vincent Kompany led the team to the Championship title last season.


Chelsea have opted for a modern take on a classic look, reinventing the design from the club’s 1997/98 season, when the west Londoners won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. The Nike design is a tribute to that team on the 25th anniversary of their European triumph.

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace have binned the stripes for a shirt made of red and blue halves for 2023/24, a celebration of their club-record run in the top flight. Palace are preparing for an 11th straight season in the Premier League, their longest ever unbroken run in the top tier.


Everton’s home shirt will feature a collar for the first time in a decade, with a smart-looking effort from Hummel including Goodison’s famous Archibald Leitch pattern on its trim and shirt sleeves.

The collar is also a tribute to the classic Denmark national team home shirt from their 1992 European Championship triumph, as the Danish manufacturing company celebrate their centenary year.


Fulham’s design for this season combines ‘tradition and modernity’, with black sleeves complimenting a white base and red accents. According to Adidas, the ‘asymmetrical red-and-white 3-Stripes add a contemporary touch’.


Nike have produced a rather mixed bag since taking control of Liverpool’s kits, but it’s fair to say the latest home design has proven popular. The famous red is complimented with a white collar and cuffs, in a shirt said to have taken inspiration from the kit worn during Bill Shankly’s final season as manager.


Luton are a Premier League team for the first time and will wear an orange number with one vertical white stripe for the new campaign.

The Hatters have historically changed between white and orange home colours, but have adorned the latter since 2009. Rob Edwards’ side will be difficult to miss in their first top-flight campaign since 1991/92.

Manchester City

Manchester City’s new home shirt celebrates the 20th anniversary of the club’s move to the Etihad Stadium, inspired by the ‘stadium walkways and the jersey worn during the inaugural season’ at the new ground.

Manchester United

Manchester United’s latest release ‘pays homage to the city’s iconic red rose in a stunning geometric design’.

In addition, the new home kit is manufactured with 100% recycled materials as Adidas commit to ‘sustainability and their ongoing efforts to combat plastic waste’.


Newcastle’s new home shirt will feature the Champions League logo for the first time in two decades after Eddie Howe’s side secured a top-four finish last term.

Castore’s third edition of a Newcastle kit contains a smart black and white collar atop the traditional stripes of the Magpies and includes new main sponsor Sela’s logo on the front.

Nottingham Forest

Simple but effective from Nottingham Forest, featuring a plain red shirt with a round white collar and white logos. How much better are shirts with no sponsor?

Sheffield United

The Erreà Sheffield United home shirt is red with two thick white stripes, a tribute to the city’s steel heritage and the club’s 1997/99 Le Coq Sportif home shirt.

The Blades’ shirt features no sponsor at present after their agreement with Randox expired.


Traditionally Tottenham, this.

West Ham

West Ham’s home shirt takes inspiration from the club’s classic anthem, with a bubble design adorning the famous claret and blue colours of the Europa Conference League winners.


Wolves’ new shirt brings subtle differences from last season’s effort, with black and white collar and cuffs adding to the famous gold. The shirt also features a pin stripe pattern which ‘nods to the historical days of the 1980s and Wolves legends such as Andy Gray, Mel Eves and Kenny Hibbitt’.

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