So it’s the battle of the kits, as all the big 4 have already released one kit (well, either that or it has been leaked) and here we look at who has the best kit of them all.
This year’s leading candidate for the Premier League title are seemingly intent on keeping their current jersey for next season. The colours seem relatively the same, with them keeping the general colour patter of red and white.
There was a leaked picture of their long sleeved home shirt and this is probable the shirt that Wayne Rooney will don for next season’s home fixtures, with the Englishman being a fan of the long sleeved shirt. A bit similar to their kit from this season, especially considering the fact that Manchester United have just changed to this design this season. Nothing notable that was added to the kit for this season.
Arsenal’s brand new kit looks spanking for next season and they will certainly hope that it will be the jersey that will bring success to the London-based club.
Once again, I shall say that this kit does seem a bit similar to their kit from this season, although reusing an old crest was a smart idea for the folks at Nike. Looks pretty good and I’m pretty sure the Arsenal fans will be excited to wear this kit next season.
I wonder whether there will be any superstars donning this red and white jersey though, with many apparently desiring to leave Arsenal, players like Fabregas and Arshavin.
Chelsea’s Home Kit
More of a case of what was taken away rather than added to Chelsea’s new home jersey, as they have taken away their red colour collar, which in all honesty does make this kit look better now. Although the red was probably Torres’ reason for the move, joking, joking.
Chelsea fans will certainly hope that the new white collar will bring some luck back to the Chelsea team, along with some form to their misfiring strikers.
Liverpool FC’s New Away Kit
Perhaps the most interesting new kit for the new season, with Liverpool FC going for this black and white theme for their away kit for next season.
The white really stands out here and this will certainly be one that Liverpool FC will hope will change their fortunes from this season, with a horrendous start to the Barclays Premier League campaign.