We’re just three weeks away from the start of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
It feels like an eternity since Manchester City beat Brighton on the final day to be crowned champions ahead of Liverpool, who finished just a point behind.
Since then we’ve been able to enjoy the Champions League final, Europa League final, UEFA Nations League and Women’s World Cup.
Transfer rumours have also helped to fill the void of Premier League football somewhat as English clubs look to strengthen their squads.
And of course, with a new season comes new kits.
Each of the Premier League’s 20 clubs have been unveiling the home, away and third strips they’ll be wearing for 2019/20 and some of them are stunning.
Thousands of pounds will have been spent by football fans in recent weeks to get their clubs’ new shirts, especially the home versions, so we’ve decided to rank them based on how nice they are.
Look away now, Chelsea fans.
Blue camouflage, really? Looks more like a training top than a Premier League kit.
What a mess. The buttoned collar and black shoulders just don’t work with the red and white stripes.
Everton seem to have made the same mistake as Chelsea, just not as bad.
17. Aston Villa
Did Aston Villa copy Burnley?
Or did Burnley copy Aston Villa?
15. Norwich City
The faded effect on the torso looks good, but the collar and shoulders are overkill.
Brighton haven’t been very adventurous with this year’s home kit, even if it is nice.
Half black and half yellow with red detailing shouldn’t work, but is does (just).
12. Sheffield United
Nice and simple – although the sponsor looks a bit clunky.
11. Newcastle United
If the sponsor was smaller and not bright blue, Newcastle’s home strip would be a lot higher.
Same issue as Brighton – looks good, but also looks the same.
9. West Ham
A lovely and much-needed change up to previous home kits. Well done, West Ham.
8. Crystal Palace
The white trim really complements Crystal Palace’s traditional red and blue colour-way.
7. Manchester City
Arsenal may have dropped Puma, but they’ve done a good job for Manchester City.
6. Manchester United
The badge is a *bit* big, but otherwise Manchester United’s new home kit looks class.
Very underrated strip. Red and black is a hard combination to beat.
Another year, another classy Nike home kit for Tottenham.
It’s all about the pinstripes. What’s not to love?
2. Leicester City
Leicester City love a chequered pattern on their pitch and it works for their new home strip, too.
Goodbye Puma, hello Adidas. Arsenal’s redesigned home kit is absolutely stunning.