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A new season means new threads (Picture: Getty/ LFC store/ NUFC store)

Premier League clubs spare no expense in the transfer market – so it is no surprise they have splashed out on some sleek new kit designs for the 2023/24 season.

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Whilst the majority of teams are keeping their new look under wraps for now, a handful of clubs debuted their new kit in the last few weeks of the 2022/23 campaign.

Aston Villa have even gone one step further in redesigning their crest for the 2023/24 season.

It comes as the summer transfer window gets underway, with a number of changes expected among Premier League clubs, with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool set to compete over a number of signings.

Here are all of the kits which have been revealed so far ahead of the new Premier League season.

Arsenal home

The Gunners’ new home kit celebrates the 20th anniversary of their legendary Invincibles team of 2003/04

Martin Odegaard playing for Arsenal in the Premier League

Arsenal have gone golden (Picture: Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

The badge, Adidas logo and the three stripes down each sleeve are in gold, and the record of 26 wins and 12 draws from that season are stitched into the side of the authentic version of the kit.

Arsenal said: ‘Twenty years on from that incredible achievement, we aim to carry forward the values, spirit and togetherness of the 2003/04 squad.’

The team’s away kit has also reportedly been leaked, to mixed reaction from fans with its bright yellow colour palette and bold black stripes.

There are also rumours that Arsenal’s third kit will do away with its classic green colour in favour of a new look.

Aston Villa home

The new Aston Villa kit for the 2023/24 season is the first to feature their new crest, recently voted for by 77% of the fans surveyed.

Aston Villa has a new kit – and a new crest (Picture:

Fans were given a choice of keeping the original badge, selecting a new crest honouring the club’s reported founding under a gas lamp, or a new ’round design’ logo – the one ultimately chosen by season ticket holders and members. 

Otherwise the kit is pretty familiar, staying with the club’s classic claret and blue colour combination.

Crystal Palace home

Palace’s shirt celebrates the tenth anniversary of the club’s promotion to the Premier League.

Palace have spent ten straight seasons in the top flight (Picture: Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images)

The red and blue halves are symbolic of the design used for their first season back in the big time in 2013/14.

The subtle background is a silhouette of the original Crystal Palace, where the club was founded in 1861 and played from 1862.

Everton home

Everton Fc – who just about managed to hold onto their spot in the top flight this season – have unveiled their latest home kit for the 2023/24 season.

The kit is – of course – blue, as is tradition for the Merseyside blues, but there is a noticeable difference to this year’s home strip.

Everton’s home kit for the new season (Picture:

For the first time in a decade, Everton’s home shirt, made by hummel, will feature a collar.

The white colour pays homage to Goodison’s famous Archibald Leitch pattern on its trim. The iconic design has been a feature of Everton’s stadium since 1909 and is repeated on the shirt’s sleeves.

The collar is also a nod to the classic hummel Denmark national team home shirt from their 1992 European Championship triumph, as part of a range of design inspirations marking the brand’s centenary year.

Fulham home

London’s Fulham have released their new home kit for 23/24 season, with the kti coming from Adidas.

According to the site description, the design combines tradition and modernity as ‘Craven Cottage looks to the future.’

The new kit is made of 100% recycled materials (Picture:

It features black sleeves and side panels that stand out against the club’s famous white colours, with asymmetrical red-and-white three-Stripes adding a contemporary touch.

The kit is also made with 100% recycled materials.

Liverpool home

Over on the other side of with Merseyside, Liverpool’s new design is a homage to Bill Shankly, who took charge of his final season as the club’s manager 50 years ago.

Ibrahima Konate playing for Liverpool in the Premier League

Liverpool have opted for a clean look next season (Picture: Visionhaus/Getty Images)

Liverpool said: ‘An iconic kit reimagined, it’s a classic design in bright Liverpool red with white contrast collar and cuffs inspired by Shankly’s 1973-74 squad of FA Cup winners.’

The authentic and replica kits are made from 100% recycled polyester fabric, which is constructed from recycled plastic bottles.

Liverpool away

Liverpool’s away kit is a homage to a classic era for the club.

Inspired by the 1995-96 season, the 23/24 season away kit for Jurgen Klopp’s side recreates the classic green-and-white quarter pattern, which has been given a digital effect treatment to layer the tonal greens.

Luis Diaz sporting Liverpool's new green and white away kit.

The new away kit is inspired by a classic 90’s design (Picture:

Manchester City home

The new kit of the Premier League champions celebrates the 20th anniversary of their move to the Etihad Stadium from Maine Road.

City’s kit is inspired by their stadium (Picture: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

The front of the shirt features stripes inspired by the four turrets outside of the stadium and the postcode of the ground is displayed on the back.

The white V-neck collar is influenced by the 2003/04 kit – the very first one to be used at the stadium.

Manchester United home

The kit for Erik ten Hag’s team will be the first strip has been made by Adidas and features a black collar along with their traditional red colours.

United’s new kit is made by Adidas (Picture:

As described on the team’s online store, the new home strip forms a ‘cast iron link to Manchester’s enduring influence around the globe’.

It takes design elements from a nearby Industrial Revolution-era bridge,featuring a repeating Lancashire Rose-inspired geometric pattern on the front.

Newcastle United home

The Magpies’ new home kit features its new sponsor Sela on the front for the first time and is made by Castore.

The new kit is inspired by classic ktis from the 1980s (Picture:

The kit is inspired by the club’s 1983 to 1986 home kit, with regular black and white stripes on the front and sleeves matching the classic kit.

It is also the first Newcastle United kit in 20 years to feature the Champions League logo, after Eddie Howe’s team secured a top-fourth finish and a spot in the competition.

Newcastle United away

The Magpies’ away kit in the upcoming season will be gree.

Newcastle's green away kit.

It’s easy being green if you’re a Newcastle fan (Picture:

A club statement read: ‘A green shirt with a tonal stripe design will be worn on the road alongside white or green shorts as the Magpies compete on all fronts across domestic competition and the Champions League.’

Tottenham Hotspur home

The new Tottenham Hotspur home kit is inspired by the club’s London home, subtlety celebrated in the kit’s unique graphic design.

Tottenham’s new kit features a unique linework design celebrating north London (Picture:

The kit itself retains the traditional white and navy colour combo that is synonymous with the club, but the shirt also features a unique linework pattern, comprised of different shapes, from circles to diagonal lines inspired by the music scene and streetwear of the Tottenham borough.

Once again, the AIA sponsor logo is red, while the collar is the same colour as the shirt, with the sleeve cuffs in navy.

Wolves away

Wolverhampton Wanderers have so far only revealed their new away kit, with the striking red kit a contrast to their previous season’s away strip, which was blue.

Wolves in red (Picture:

The new kit includes a pattern inspired by Mediterranean architecture. The kit is also inspired by the popular third kit for their 2020/21 Premier League season which the club has revealed was their best-selling kit of all time.

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