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Premier League kits 2023/24 are steadily starting to drop, as teams begin to release their new looks for the new season.

You know the drill by now. These are the shirts that are going to define the following 12 months in football: the jerseys for making new memories in, for buying yourself, for spotting out and about. Football shirt culture is huge these days – so which of the Premier League tops for the following campaign are going down as classics?

So here’s what to plan your summer 2023’s shopping habits around with the best football kits the Premier League has to offer…

Premier League kits 2023/24: Everything we know about next season’s shirts


Arsenal star Bukayo Saka in action during The FA Community Shield match between Manchester City against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium on August 06, 2023 in London, England.

Bukayo Saka in action during The Community Shield match between Manchester City against Arsenal (Image credit: Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)

This new kit has been designed as a homage to 2003/04 shirt – celebrating 20 years since Arsenal’s Invincibles season, which saw them lift the Premier League title after going a full campaign without a defeat. The round neck, white sleeves encroaching up to the collar, and gold touches are all references to that famous year – and that team’s record of 26 wins and 12 draws features on the side of the kit.

Gabriel of Arsenal applauds the fans after the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal FC at Selhurst Park on August 21, 2023 in London, England.

Gabriel Magalhaes in the the Arsenal away kit for 2023/24 (Image credit: Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal stars model the 2023/24 third shirt

Arsenal stars model the 2023/24 third shirt (Image credit: Adidas/Arsenal)

A remake of a classic from the early 1980s, Adidas has really delivered with their third Arsenal effort. Not only does the stripped back cannon really give this one a streamlined look, the swirly “AFC” on the collar is a lovely touch. A great shirt all round. 

Aston Villa

Emi Buendía #10 of Aston Villa celebrates after scoring a goal in the second half during a Premier League Summer Series match between Aston Villa and Newcastle United at Lincoln Financial Field on July 23, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Emi Buendia in the new Aston Villa home kit (Image credit: Adam Hunger/Getty Images)

That new badge looks fantastic, doesn’t it? Aston Villa have gone back to the 80s with a new, round logo but the kit as a whole doesn’t quite feel so nostalgia-soaked. The betting logo looks a bit naff and it’s a bit busy with the shoulder panels – it’s not a classic yet but it might go down as one if they win the Europa Conference League. 

Ollie Watkins models the Aston Villa away shirt

Ollie Watkins models the Aston Villa away shirt (Image credit: Castore/Aston Villa)

White shirts aren’t boring: honest. They look clean and sophisticated and this one is a particularly nice example. The base pattern on Villa’s latest effort celebrates the badge update and… we’re so here for it.

Aston Villa third

Nothing is known yet about Aston Villa’s third shirt for next season.


Umbro Bournemouth home shirt 23/24

The Umbro Bournemouth home shirt 23/24 (Image credit: Bournemouth)

Picture a Bournemouth shirt and this is exactly what you conjure up. The Milan-esque stripes are reverted back to type this time around after last season’s zig-zag look – this is simple, sophisticated and bound to please Cherries fans all round.

Bournemouth kit

The new Bournemouth away kit (Image credit: Bournemouth)

In recent seasons, Umbro have capitalised on the fact that Bournemouth are near the seaside with suitably summery designs. This one is on the theme of making waves and may well be apt for a new era under Andoni Iraola – it’ll look great on Alum Chine, this one. 

Bournemouth players model the 23/24 third shirt

Bournemouth players model the 23/24 third shirt (Image credit: Umbro/Bournemouth)

If Bournemouth’s third shirt this season looks obviously re-imagined from an earlier era, you’d be correct, yes. This is an update on a late 90s top, with added paint-style rough edges. It’s a little messy but it’s a whole lot different to recent Cherries efforts, at least. 


Umbro Brentford home shirt 23-25

The Umbro Brentford home shirt for 2023-25 (Image credit: Umbro/Brentford)

You know the drill: Brentford have the same home shirt for two seasons in a row. The last one was a classic that will stand the test of time as the home strip for one of the Bees’ most successful-ever eras – so here’s the jersey that will be worn for the next two seasons, mixing things up with a gradient, thicker stripes and more black. We’re fans. 

Brentford away

Nothing is known yet about Brentford’s away shirt for next season.

Bryan Mbeumo #19 of Brentford FC controls the ball in the first half during a Premier League Summer Series match between Brentford FC and Fulham FC at Lincoln Financial Field on July 23, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Bryan Mbeumo wears the new Brentford away shirt (Image credit: Adam Hunger/Getty Images)

Danny Welbeck models the Brighton & Hove Albion home kit for 2023/24

Danny Welbeck models the Brighton & Hove Albion home kit for 2023/24 (Image credit: Brighton & Hove Albion)

Yes, that shirt has changed. The stripes aren’t quite central anymore and the lovely touches of golden yellow are no more. Apart from that, it’s fairly bog standard for Brighton. 

Brighton & Hove Albion away shirt 23/24

Kaoru Mitoma models the Brighton & Hove Albion away shirt 23/24 (Image credit: Brighton & Hove Albion)

For their first trip into Europe, Brighton’s away shirt is something completely different… well, sort of. Former Sassuolo boss Roberto De Zerbi will feel right at home coaching a side donned in green and black stripes in what feels like at most, a big coincidence. It suits the Seagulls, mind. 

Brighton away

Brighton’s away kit for the 2022/23 season (Image credit: Nike / Brighton)

In recent seasons, Brighton have followed a pattern of relegating their away shirt to become the third shirt of the following season. If this trend is continued, we should expect their bright orange shirt of 2022/23 to become the third jersey for 2023/24. 


Josh Brownhill, Burnley

Josh Brownhill wears the new Burnley home shirt (Image credit: Burnley)

Last season’s promotion shirt was brash and 90s – this one is classy and timeless. We were in mourning for the CFS sponsor until we saw just how stunning Umbro’s latest effort was.

Burnley away shirt 2023/24

The Burnley away shirt for 2023/24 (Image credit: Umbro/Burnley)

It’s bright, it’s exciting but why does the horizontal line have a spray effect down it? Burnley’s away top isn’t quite with the standard that Umbro have provided with the home, for us… sorry, Clarets. 

Burnley third shirt 23/24

Burnley third shirt 23/24 (Image credit: Burnley/Umbro)

Looking at those dots in the top right, FFT had to do a quick count. On first glance, we wondered if Sean Dyche had been invited back to Turf Moor to design this, as it looks like there could be a 4-4-2 formation hidden behind the badge.

Alas not. This is inspired by nights under the lights – and it looks superb, right?


Nicolas Jackson #43 of Chelsea celebrates a goal during the second half of the pre season friendly match against the Brighton & Hove Albion at Lincoln Financial Field on July 22, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Nicolas Jackson wearing the Nike Chelsea home kit 23/24 (Image credit: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

A few things are obviously apparent with this the new Chelsea home shirt. Of course, there isn’t a sponsor just yet. That will likely get announced in the next few weeks – but unfortunately, you can’t buy the kit from in the meantime. That feels like a missed opportunity: plenty of fans would want to indulge in that retrotopia and purchase a logoless version of this.

And then there’s the crest and Swoosh, which are both iridescent. That’s become more and more popular in times – and it’s genius here. There isn’t any distraction from the club crest or Nike logo on this one, aside from some blocking under the arms and on the cuffs. It’s an ever-so-slightly brighter blue rather than a deep, royal shade, too: it feels very modern, despite the callbacks to 30 years ago.

Chelsea away

A few leaks have sprung up in recent weeks over the Chelsea away shirt. We expect it to be black with touches of “soar blue”, a colour that Nike used for Barcelona’s 2021/22 home shirt. 

Chelsea third

The Chelsea third shirt for 2023/24 is rumoured to be a pale mint green colour, as used by Blues shirts in the late 1980s. 

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace home

James McArthur and Joel Ward during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest at Selhurst Park on May 28, 2023 in London, United Kingdom.

James McArthur and Joel Ward wearing the new Crystal Palace home shirt for 2023/24 (Image credit: Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images)

FFT loved all three of the scribble-heavy Crystal Palace tops from 2022/23 so imagine our excitement when we heard this new one would be Barcelona-inspired.

And yes – it resembles the iconic half-and-half Blaugrana from 2009’s sextuple. But hang on… it’s also very similar to Ted Lasso’s AFC Richmond shirts from Season 3 of the sitcom. Coincidence? Well, the Greyhounds do film their match scenes at Selhurst Park. Maybe Palace have picked up the wrong tops by accident?

Crystal Palace kit

Jefferson Lerma models the Crystal Palace away kit (Image credit: Crystal Palace)

Since the last sash kit was such a hit, Macron are bringing it back once more. A white and sky blue effort is always going to see Brighton fans pipe up in the comments sections but this one is about as classy an away shirt as you’re likely to see.

Eberechi Eze of Crystal Palace during the Premier League match between Sheffield United and Crystal Palace at Bramall Lane on August 12, 2023 in Sheffield, England.

Eberechi Eze of Crystal Palace in the Eagles’ third shirt (Image credit: SportImage/Sheffield United FC via Getty Images)

This is one that perhaps you can’t really wear if you’re above a certain age [Marty McFly voice] but your kids are gonna love it.

A graffiti-adorned black shirt that manages to steer just the right side of messy, Palace wore this one on Matchday 1. For such a young, exciting side of creativity and attacking promise, it makes sense to evoke a cooler art form.


Hummel Everton home shirt 23/24

James Tarkowski models the Hummel Everton home shirt 23/24 (Image credit: Hummel/Everton)

This is a great effort. Hummel have added the Goodison Park patterning to a stunning white collar, giving Everton one of their classiest tops for years. Shame about the sponsor but you can’t have it all. 

Dwight McNeil and Dominic Calvert-Lewin model the new Everton away kit

Dwight McNeil and Dominic Calvert-Lewin model the new Everton away kit (Image credit: Hummel/Everton)

If Everton’s new shirt looks bold, that’s the plan. The Toffees were unbeaten in their salmon pink away top last term – some feat, considering how underwhelming they were in blue. More of the same, please…

Everton third

Nothing is known yet about Everton’s third shirt for next season.


Adidas Fulham 2023/24 home shirt

The Adidas Fulham 2023/24 home shirt (Image credit: Adidas/Fulham)

Fulham in different sleeves. If you know, you know. 

The west London whites have got different coloured Adidas stripes on either shoulder and it reminds us of the classic top of 04/05. It’s something a little different, at least. 

Kenny Tete in the Fulham away shirt

Kenny Tete in the Fulham away shirt (Image credit: Fulham)

Fulham are no strangers to pink, having worn a pale pink training top last term in a similar shade to Inter Miami’s – but this time? They’ve gone full Barbie this time. 

In fact, we’re trying to remember any team wearing a shade that bold in the Premier League before. Answers on a postcard, please. 

Fulham third

Fulham away shirt

The Fulham away shirt for 2022/23 (Image credit: Fulham)

In recent seasons, Fulham have followed a pattern of relegating their away shirt to become the third shirt of the following season. If this trend is continued, we should expect their bright teal and navy shirt of 2022/23 to become the third jersey for 2023/24.


Liverpool home shirt 2023/24

Liverpool home shirt 2023/24 (Image credit: Liverpool FC)

It’s a little similar to the last one but you can’t deny it’s a thing of beauty, can you?

Liverpool shirts simply should look like this. The Reds have brightened up the tone a little and gone back to the 70s. No hints of orange or teal like Nike have added in recent efforts, either. 

New Liverpool away kit, 2023/24

The few Liverpool away kit for 2023/24 (Image credit: Liverpool FC/Nike)

The new Liverpool away kit is directly influenced by a 1990s classic: it feels like the perfect sweet spot, in many ways. It’s fresh and modern while riffing on an old idea that plenty of Liverpudlians will remember the first time around. That pattern is pretty loud – though not as loud as last year’s away kit – but it works. 

The shade of green is particularly nice and the thick black cuffs and collar really do tie it all together – just as the white cuffs do on the home effort. Nike have released some nice jerseys since linking up with Liverpool but this is among the very finest, without doubt.

Wataru Endo new signing of Liverpool at AXA Training Centre on August 18, 2023 in Kirkby, England

Wataru Endo in the new Liverpool third shirt (Image credit: Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

The 2002 World Cup template was game-changing from Nike. They reinvented their look with those pointy designs and it’s back this year. Liverpool’s third shirt may be a particularly marmite shade of purple but the pattern and simplicity make it a winner with us. 

Luton Town

Luton Town kit

The Luton Town home kit (Image credit: Luton Town)

Luton Town’s first-ever Premier League kit is perhaps not an instant classic on first glance but it feels a lot more… shall, we say “top tier” than last season’s promotion shirt. Stylish, simple and with enough to look at not to be dull: Umbro have ticked all the boxes, here. 

Umbro Luton Town away shirt 23/24

Luton Town players modelling their away shirt for 23/24 (Image credit: Umbro/Luton Town)

Kit cohesion is one of the most satisfying things in football. Umbro have reversed the home shirt for something that looks just as classy: if the Hatters have a season to remember, these two win go down in history. 

Luton Town third

Nothing is known yet about Luton Town’s third shirt for next season.

Manchester City

Manchester City 2023/24 home kit

The Manchester City 2023/24 home kit references 20 years since the Etihad Stadium opened (Image credit: Manchester City/Puma)

Manchester City have had some stunning kits under Puma thus far… and some that haven’t quite hit the mark. The top that had “MAN CITY” written in thick letters wasn’t particularly adored – while the centred badge and thick maroon collar has been a little marmite, to say the least.

With the new effort, however, City are taking things back to the early noughties with the lightly-striped sky blue and almost an identical collar to a shirt that Reebok produced for them in 2003/04. That’s deliberate – since it’s 20 years this year of the Etihad Stadium.

Pep Guardiola the head coach / manager of Manchester City and Erling Haaland of Manchester City during the Premier League match between Burnley FC and Manchester City at Turf Moor on August 11, 2023 in Burnley, England.

Erling Haaland chats to Pep Guardiola while donning the Manchester City away shirt for 2023/24 (Image credit: Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)

The new Manchester City away shirt “celebrates the industrious beating heart of Manchester and the people who make it happen, the city’s grafters and crafters.” There’s a subtle pattern on the base and the copper logos are shiny against the white and “aubergine” of the kit. Overall, it’s very classy and classic.

Puma's New Manchester City third kit

Puma’s New Manchester City third kit (Image credit: Puma/Manchester City)

Where Puma are best is when they’re looking to create something modern without looking to overdo it. That’s exactly what the Manchester City third shirt does well.

Two-tone blue is a winner, with a shock neon orange used perfectly to pop. This is a great effort.

Manchester United

Adidas Manchester United home shirt 2023/24

Ella Toone modelling the Adidas Manchester United home shirt 2023/24 (Image credit: Adidas)

Let’s get through the headlines on the new Manchester United home kit before getting to the lovely little flourishes that you only see up close. Yes, it’s black stripes yet again. Yes, the iffy collar is gone. Yes, that TeamViewer logo is bigger than ever (eugh). 

But it’s a deeper red than recent Adidas iterations of the Manchester United colours, while the collar is simple and classy. White is, of course, used for the logos and three stripes. Now look a little deeper and see that stunningly intricate geometric pattern woven across the top of the material. Top marks.

New Manchester United away kit

The new Manchester United away kit (Image credit: Adidas/Manchester United)

An olive green and off-white striped getup, the shirt is unchartered territory for United’s away shirt. The colours are an acquired taste, though the thin crimson stripes down the off-white are a nice touch.

The round collar and the Adidas stripes blending into the design actually enhance the design slightly – and there’s a long-sleeve option, which is nice – but let’s face it, you’ve probably already made your mind up on this one. Either you like it for the stripes or you don’t. 

New Adidas Manchester United third shirt 23/24

Ella Toone in the new Adidas Manchester United third shirt (Image credit: Adidas/Manchester United)

It’s one of the most iconic badges in world football but the last time that Manchester United updated it, they were only one-time winners of the European Cup – back in 1998. The badge isn’t dated as such but its simplicity on this shirt really does highlight how much times have changed.

With such a divisive away shirt, surely Adidas have created a stunning third top that no fan could possibly hate. It’s clean, crisp and simplicity personified.

Newcastle United

The new Newcastle United home kit

The new Newcastle United home kit (Image credit: Castore)

This might end up being the final Castore kit that Newcastle don. With rumours that the Toon will make a switch at the end of their deal, this is a high note to end on.

The thinner stripes are back for this one, with the Manchester-based manufacturers touting the 1980s retro-inspired collar to soak this one in nostalgia from some of the greatest-ever Tyneside getups.

New Newcastle United away kit 23/24

Bruno Guimaraes models the new Newcastle United away kit 23/24 (Image credit: Castore/Newcastle United)

Let’s address the elephant in the room, here. Newcastle United have gone full Saudi Arabia with their new away kit, combining green shirts and white shorts for something that will trigger the “sportswashing” conversations once more.

But focusing purely on the football kit itself, it’s an absolute triumph. The pattern feels fresh and different, the colour is rich and using black for the logos and badge is a nice change from seeing a green shirt with white accents. The colour and cuffs mimic the home.

Castore Newcastle United third kit 23/24

The Castore Newcastle United third kit for 23/24 (Image credit: Castore/Newcastle United)

Is this the nicest shirt that Castore have ever given Newcastle United? Quite possibly. The blue and yellow is absolutely stunning on this one, to produce something that could well stand the test of time if the Toon continue on their upwards trajectory. 

Nottingham Forest

Brennan Johnson of Nottingham Forest during the Premier League match between Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United at the City Ground, Nottingham on Friday 18th August 2023.

The Nottingham Forest home kit (Image credit: Jon Hobley/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

You know what you’re getting for a Nottingham Forest home shirt, don’t you? Still, there’s no guarantee that it’ll look this nice. The Tricky Trees’ return to Adidas is a triumph with this minimal effort.

Anthony Elanga of Nottingham Forest celebrates after teammate Taiwo Awoniyi (not pictured) scores the team's first goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Nottingham Forest at Emirates Stadium on August 12, 2023 in London, England.

The Nottingham Forest away kit (Image credit: Julian Finney/Getty Images)

There probably won’t be another shirt quite like this in the Premier League this season. Adidas have delivered something genuinely different for Forest’s change effort this time – it might become a future classic. 

Nottingham Forest kit

The Nottingham Forest third kit (Image credit: Nottingham Forest)

OK, this is different. Forest’s third jersey this time is a black and orange effort with intricate patterning and a lovely white collar. Top notch. 

Sheffield United

Sheffield United kit

Sheffield United home kit (Image credit: Sheffield United)

There’s not much change for Sheffield United this time but if it ain’t broke, why fix it? The black lining on the red and white stripes returns, while an Adidas-like collar is added. A solid result.

Gustavo Hamer of Sheffield United during the Premier League match between Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United at City Ground on August 18, 2023 in Nottingham, England.

Gustavo Hamer of Sheffield United in the new away kit (Image credit: MB Media/Getty Images)

Sheffield United have gone yellow for the away shirt this season, with something simplistic and stylish. It’s not the most memorable but there’s nothing to dislike. 

Sheffield United third kit 23/24

Sheffield United third kit 23/24 (Image credit: Errea/Sheffield United)

For the Blades’ third strip, Errea have celebrated the city’s steely culture with a corrugated pattern in stripes – naturally – down the shirt. It’s very subtle and could become a future classic for United fans.

Tottenham Hotspur

New Tottenham home kit 23/24

The new Tottenham home kit 23/24 (Image credit: Tottenham Hotspur)

There’s plenty to love with the new Tottenham home shirt. There’s a subtle, ultra-modern pattern across the top itself, which looks pretty without drawing any unnecessary attention from the gleaming white. 

The rest of it is extremely clean, with a rounded collar and basic navy cuffs. It’s almost impossible to keep reinventing this wheel – and yet Nike have delivered something much nicer than last year’s volt-flavoured home top and more interesting than the previous season’s overly-simplistic white tee.

Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-Min during the Premier League match between Brentford FC and Tottenham Hotspur at Gtech Community Stadium on August 13, 2023 in Brentford, England.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min on the opening day of the season against Brentford (Image credit: Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

It’s hard not to love this shirt. It’s purple but not too purple, it’s got just enough to draw you in and the badges and logos on this one look beautiful with their shimmery texture. Nike have knocked it out of the park. 

Tottenham Hotspur third

Gareth Bale of Spurs celebrates his goal during the Barclay's Premier League match between West Bromwich Albion and Tottenham Hotspur at The Hawthorns on February 3, 2013 in West Bromwich, England.

This is the last time that Tottenham had anything even close to beige on an away kit (Image credit: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

Spurs’ third shirt for 2023/24 is apparently going to be a beige colour, which will be a first for the north Londoners. 

West Ham United

Umbro West Ham United anthem shirt 23/24

The Umbro West Ham United anthem shirt 23/24 (Image credit: West Ham United)

Though the Irons are unclear as to what an “anthem shirt” is, West Ham have worn this plain, vintage top with bubble-style circles over it for their jaunts in the Premier League. It’s a lovely look: Umbro have done it again.

Umbro West Ham United away shirt 23/24

The Umbro West Ham United away shirt for 2023/24 (Image credit: Umbro/West Ham United)

Honestly, wow. West Ham are set to take to the Europa with one of the all-time great Hammers shirts next campaign, as Umbro have delivered an all-white masterpiece that comes without a sponsor, should you choose. The collar has claret and blue detailing and the badge is pearlescent: 10/10. What a top. 

West Ham United third shirt

West Ham United stars model the club’s third shirt (Image credit: Umbro/West Ham United)

We’re unsure here at FFT as to whether we’ve ever seen West Ham in this shade of blue. Still, with a nice reference to the triangular lighting on the London Stadium, this one is quintessentially Hammers in another way. 

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Castore Wolverhampton Wanderers home kit 2023/24

Hwang Hee-Chan models the Castore Wolverhampton Wanderers home kit for 2023/24 (Image credit: Castore/Wolves)

Is the new Wolves shirt the most unimaginative of the new season? Well, maybe. But that’s not a bad thing – the Midlanders’ gold is one of English football’s most enduring icons and luckily, Castore haven’t deviated from what we love. 

Wolverhampton Wanderers away kit

The Wolverhampton Wanderers away kit for 2023/24 (Image credit: Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Wolves are going bold for next season’s away kit. It’s hard to know exactly when they’ll be wearing this one, given the shade is so similar to gold – but if you like bright football shirts, you should like this.

Mario Lemina of Wolverhampton Wanderers poses for a portrait in the Wolverhampton Wanderers 2023/24 Third Kit on July 23, 2023 in Faro, Portugal.

Mario Lemina of Wolverhampton Wanderers2023/24 third kit (Image credit: Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

There’s just something about Wolves in teal. The colour has long been an option as a change strip for the Midlanders and last season, Castore produced a decent top in the shade. This one, which strays more on the light blue side of things, is just as stunning. 

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