All The Brand New Premier League Kits For 2022-23

Some clubs have already confirmed their kits for next season
12:02, 19 May 2022

One of the biggest marketing campaigns that football clubs deploy every year is when unveiling new kits for the upcoming season. Some Premier League clubs have already released the kit deals for next season and as is a controversial part of football today, some play in their new strips in the final home game of the season.

For many there is still a Christmas morning-type feeling for when clubs announce their new kits and over the years the methods for delivery of the unveilings have changed significantly to appeal to a digital audience.

Here are all the confirmed and rumoured kits for Premier League teams next term.

Arsenal - Home (CONFIRMED)

This one is fresh off the press with the club revealing their new home kit on Thursday morning. The Adidas strip keeps the traditional Gunners concept of red and white, with all white sleeves. Unlike last year there is a white collar with a red zig-zag trim going through it.

Arsenal - Away (Rumoured)

A classic black away with the crest once again being tweaked just to have the famous cannon in gold, along with the sponsor and Adidas logos.

Arsenal - Third (Rumoured)

A pink and black third shirt with a hint of a blue trim, seemingly going to be their European kit for next year.

Aston Villa - Home (Rumoured)

This will be Villa's first season with Castore as their kit supplier and the home kit follows the traditional claret and blue style with the blue on the sleeves.

Aston Villa - Away (Rumoured)

Their away kit appears to be all light blue from their traditional colours with the club's crest and other fine details in claret.

Aston Villa - Third (Rumoured)

A black and yellow strip with a faint triangular pattern.

Brentford - Home - (CONFIRMED)

The club announced earlier in the season that this year's kit would roll over to the next.

Chelsea - Home (Rumoured)

A classic all blue strip but with an interesting white and turquoise patterned collar.

Chelsea - Away (Rumoured)

A white jersey with a few stripes across in turquoise, following the same pattern on the rumoured home shirt collar.

Chelsea - Third - (Rumoured)

A simple gold strip with orange and black cuffs.

Crystal Palace - Away (CONFIRMED)

A gem of an away kit for the Eagles. Macron have done well with this one.

Leicester City - Home kit (CONFIRMED)

We're not sold on the collar but willing to give it time to grow on us. Jamie Vardy modelling it brilliantly. 

Liverpool - Home (CONFIRMED)

A classic red strip with white used on the crest and sponsor details. There is also a faint pattern woven into the shirt.

Manchester City - Home - (CONFIRMED)

A smart centralised kit in sky blue but with a maroon trim around the collar and cuffs. The maroon is tribute to the great, late Colin Bell and the club's successful team of the 1960s. He is honoured in a graphic inside the collar.

Manchester City - Away (Rumoured)

A familiar style to City fans a red and black striped design which was last worn in their 2012 title-winning season.

Manchester United - Home (Rumoured)

Similar to Arsenal's jersey, there is a white collar and a red patten running along it. There is also black stripes and the club crest is placed inside a shield.

Manchester United - Away (Rumoured)

A similar style to the home in terms of the crest being in a shield, this time a black one. A classic white shirt with red and black including a pattern around the trim of the neck.

Newcastle United - Third (CONFIRMED)

A controversial nod to their Saudi Arabian ownership with this colour scheme.

Southampton - Home (CONFIRMED)

The Saints have gone for an Ajax look

Tottenham Hotspur - Home & Third (Rumoured)

Spurs' home kits never really change too much. The classic white strip returns but with a navy and fluorescent yellow trim around the neck and cuffs.

Tottenham Hotspur - Away (Rumoured)

Purple has been no stranger to Spurs in recent years but this design looks more like a gym/training shirt. Third kits are usually the kit where clubs can get creative and this design would be just that for Spurs.

West Ham United - Home (CONFIRMED)

A nice design, particularly on the sleeves.

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