Every Confirmed Premier League Kit 2023/24 Rated

We've taken a look at some of the best and worst Premier League kits so far
17:00, 04 Jul 2023

The new season is now just a month away and most Premier League clubs have announced what kits they will be wearing next term. Here at The Sportsman we love football kits, from the classic to the bizarre, so we’ve taken a look at what next season’s top flight will offer us from a fashion perspective. These are only the strips that have been officially announced by each club, and not the rumoured shirts or concept designs. 

Arsenal home

Arsenal’s home kit has a ‘champions’ vibe to it, with the gold trim adoring the famous red and white. We like it, but will Declan Rice be wearing it?

Rating: 9/10


Aston Villa home

The new circular badge still doesn't feel quite right and the sponsor is an absolute disgrace but other than that, this is a reasonable effort from Villa. Nothing to write home about though. 

Rating: 5/10


Bournemouth home

Oh you Cherries that is absolutely tangfastic. The black base adds something different while the collar is smart. This is a new-look Bournemouth on and off the pitch. And we like it. 

Rating: 8.5/10


Brentford home

Bit Sunday league isn't it? The gradient from red to black is decent but the black underarms are not.  And that sponsor...

Rating: 4/10


Brighton & Hove Albion away

How much of an input did Roberto De Zerbi have on this one? It's very Sassuolo-y but very smart.

Rating: 8/10


Crystal Palace home

A switch up from the stripes or sash with this half and half effort and a silhouette of the original Crystal Palace on the front. Great detail. A good effort. 

Rating: 8.5/10


Everton home

Hummel are the kings of detail when it comes to football kits and the marking on this Everton collar are lovely. They've jazzed up a traditional kit and although the sponsor looks bad, the rest of the kit is wonderful. 

Rating: 8/10


Fulham home

This is a nice kit. The red trim on one shoulder makes it slightly different to any of the other Fulham kits in recent years. The Adidas stripes also look superb on the white. 

Rating: 8/10


Liverpool home

Liverpool's home effort here is classic. You can't go wrong with a red shirt and white trim, although it does feel like they could have been a bit more adventurous.

Rating: 6/10


Liverpool away

This feels like the kit designer was a 13-year-old kid obsessed with Minecraft. The green and white blocks are certainly different - but it actually looks quite good. Or maybe that's just Virgil van Dijk being suave as ever. 

Rating: 8/10


Manchester City home

This is a really really nice football shirt - one fit for the treble winners. The collar is wonderful and detail on the shirt itself differentiates it from City kits of the past. 

Rating: 9/10


Manchester United home

Again, a lovely shirt. The rose detailing on the red is a nice touch to the past, while the black collar and trim make for a nice change from the white trim of recent years. 

Rating: 8/10


Newcastle home

This would be a smart kit but there's something about that sponsor that feels wrong. Having stared at this for far too long I think it is the white outline outside the black logo which already has white bubble writing on it. It's just too much black and white. 

Rating: 6/10


Newcastle away


Rating: 3/10


Tottenham Hotspur

Ctrl + C. Ctrl + V. Boring. 

Rating: ZZZ/10


Wolves away

Not a fan of this. It's a bit garish and teams in gold shouldn't have red away kits. 

Rating: 5/10


Chelsea home

Damnnn, this kit is nice. The lack of sponsor makes it better, and although that may change as the season starts, this is something different from Chelsea. 

Rating: 8/10


West Ham home

This looks like every West Ham kit from the past five years, with the addition of a couple of 'bubbles'. Smart, but nothing special. 

Rating: 5/10


Bournemouth away

This isn't pleasing on the eyes. Not sure what they were going for with this one.

Rating: 3/10


Arsenal away

The less said about this kit the better. Arsenal have been fortunate to get some nice away strips in recent years so they were overdue a monstrosity.

Rating: 0/10



Brentford third

This isn't the worst kit in the world but it's not the best either.

Rating: 5/10



Brighton & Hove Albion home

Another Brighton strip that conforms to their usual style. It's smart but not mind-blowing

Rating: 5/10



Burnley home

A classic look for the Clarets. Not much else to be said.

Rating: 3/10



Chelsea home

This is unquestionably one of the worst kits ever made.

Rating: 0/10



Crystal Palace away

This is a smart shirt for the Eagles.

Rating: 6/10



Everton away

There have been some horrendous away kits made this year and this is one of them.

Rating: 2/10


Luton Town home

An impressive home strip for the Premier League new boys.

Rating: 6/10


Manchester United away

Whoever signed off on this kit needs to be arrested for crimes against football and fashion. Awful.

Rating: 0/10

Newcastle United third

We much prefer this to their away shirt.

Rating: 7/10


Nottingham Forest home

A kit always stands out more when there is no front of shirt sponsor.

Rating: 9/10


Nottingham Forest away

A smart design but doesn't have the same effect as the home strip.

Rating: 7/10


Nottingham Forest third

The Tricky Trees couldn't make it three out of three.

Rating: 3/10


Sheffield United home

A relatively safe and smart home shirt for the Blades.

Rating: 6/10




West Ham United away.

Big fan of this one.

Rating: 7/10



Wolverhampton Wanderers home

A classic strip for the Old Gold.

Rating: 5/10


Sheffield United third

This one is pretty basic. 

Rating: 3/10

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