Premier League fans have either been scrambling for their wallets or turning up their noses at the sight of the 2022/23 kits that have been leaked or released so far.
With the new season so close now that you can almost taste it, the 20 clubs competing in England’s top-flight haven’t got much time left to showcase their jerseys to the world.
Fulham are keeping their cards close to their chest without a single release to date, Crystal Palace have flaunted all three of their designs to the public and most of the other sides fall somewhere in between the two.
2022/23 Premier League jerseys
Nevertheless, with many of the jerseys that are yet to hit the clothes rails still having been leaked by the experts over at Footy Headlines, most fanbases now have a pretty good idea of everything they can expect in 2022/23.
And that, in turn, means that the discourse surrounding said jerseys is in full flow online with supporters heralding the kits they want in their wardrobes and slamming the strips they never want to see again.
Naturally, rating football shirts is just about as subjective as it gets, but we’ve discovered a fantastic website in the form of Football Kit Archive that can cut through all the idiosyncrasies.
That’s because they provide fans with a platform to rate each new kit release and leak with a score from between one and five stars that can then be aggregated across all the responses to provide a general consensus.
In other words, it’s just about the best system we’ve come across in internet land when it comes to gauging which jerseys are loved and maligned the most amongst football fans as a whole.
And understandably, curiosity got the better of us at GIVEMESPORT as we recently took a peek at which 10 Premier League kits for the 2022/23 season were collecting the worst ratings of all.
Fans name the 10 best Premier League kits
So, you just knew that we had to look at the opposite end of the spectrum, putting on our positive hats to present to you the 10 jerseys that have been getting the most love from supporters.
From one club featuring no less than three times to a palm tree design controversially punching above its weight, there’s plenty to unpack as we walk through the 10 Premier League kits that fans have voted as the very best.
10. West Ham United away
West Ham United Away – 2022/23 pic.twitter.com/dfO7qpb7z1— Football shirts that go hard (@ShrtsThatGoHard) July 18, 2022
9. Nottingham Forest home
8. Bournemouth away
New Bournemouth away kit could've been used by Inter Miami. Club say it's: "Inspired by the palm trees on Bournemouth’s iconic seafront."— Kit Crimes ⚽️ (@KitCrimes) July 26, 2022
Wasn't aware Bournemouth's seafront is iconic, but there we go. pic.twitter.com/4Jc2X8n6dR
7. Crystal Palace home
6. Leeds United home
5. Manchester United away
4. Arsenal home
3. Crystal Palace away
2. Crystal Palace third
1. Arsenal away
Some stunning releases
Somebody grab my credit card, I’m going on a spending spree.
Look, let’s not mess about here, Arsenal‘s away kit is a worthy winner with Adidas beautifully concocting a black, gold and grey design that’s simultaneously forward-thinking and retro.
We’re in love with the bright and colourful sleeve trimmings on West Ham’s away strip, Forest are looking as smart as anything on their Premier League return and Adidas have returned to form with United courtesy of a top alternate strip.
However, there are also some divisive choices with the ‘crayon scribble’ theme that spans all three Palace shirts clearly getting love from the masses despite not being everybody’s cup of tea.
Meanwhile, your humble GIVEMESPORT writer will openly admit to quite strongly disliking Bournemouth’s Hawaiian shirt away strip despite having the upmost respect for how original it is.
And although Arsenal and Leeds’ home shirts are undoubtedly clean and tidy, are they really superior tops to both of Manchester City’s new releases or even Liverpool‘s iridescent away design?
Well, the fact that we’re even asking that question is a testament to just how easy and fun it is to go back and forth on football kit designs, so be sure to let us know your own thoughts on the new releases too.
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