2018 kits for Premier League clubs
Fans fume the moment a kit is released prematurely and hits the shops before the day of unveiling. However, with the domestic season now over many clubs have released the third kits for 2018/19 campaign.
We take a look at top Premier League clubs kits they will be using.
City home jersey draws an inspiration from key moments in the Club’s history, the 2018/19 the jersey features the customary City blue color, with dark blue speed blur stripes along the arms and shoulders.
The neckline features a V neck with a button detail on the collar which has the words Blue Moon inscribed on it a reference to one of the iconic songs sung by City’s ardent supporters.
Manchester United's retro third strip is inspired by the royal blue worn by the club when they won the 1968 European Cup. The kit will be worn for the first time on the club's pre-season tour of the United States.
Liverpool's New Balance away kit for the 2018-19 campaign contains the deep violet strip, designed by New Balance, features orange branding to highlight key areas of the striking. The last time the Merseyside outfit wore a similar color came in 2013-14 when their third kit included purple and they finished second in the Premier League.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 13, 2018
On the other hand, the home kit retains the popular pepper red coloring to pays tribute to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster by including the eternal flame on the neck of the shirt.
Chelsea 2018-2019 home kit is based on the latest generation of the Vapor template. The kit is still Blue with white branding, there are a few noticeable changes. The shirt includes a fair bit of red in the form of tapered stripes that run from the edges towards the center, both on the front and back. While the blue shorts and white socks, with a blue and red trim, are inspired by strips from the 1980s and 1990s.
— Chelsea FC Fan Club (@ConteBlueArmy) May 12, 2018
Arsenal's first home shirt features red stripes on the white sleeves, as well as a diamond pattern on the front of the strip. The shorts are a blend of the two colors, while the socks are mostly navy blue with a red stripe on the top.
The Gunners have gone for a two-tone navy blue and red jersey for their away games next season quite a change from last season's lighter effort.