JD Football | August 9, 2023

Five Premier League Kits That Caught Our Eye

The Premier League is arguably the greatest league in football. It’s home to some of Europe’s biggest teams, elite players, and statement shirts.

Moving away from the chatter that dominates football like transfers, we thought it’d be a nice idea to appreciate the kits that’ll be on display this this season. With that said, here are five kits that have caught our eye!


Before we get into this, we know football’s an emotional game, but there’s no need to get upset over this list.


We’re not saying they’re good or bad, and it’s not ranked in any order of preference, they’re just shirts that have – see title – caught our eye!


Now that’s cleared up, with a phrase I’m sure you’re familiar with, ‘here we go’! 👀⚽

1. Manchester City Home

Kicking off the list and kicking off the new campaign this Friday is the champions. When it comes to home strips, innovation isn’t always easy as tradition tends to be favoured.


PUMA looked to the past to create City’s home shirt. Based on a classic from 20 years ago, this season’s look is one that honours the club’s history but with a modern edge.


It of course lands in the iconic Sky Blue colourway and features tonal vertical stripes like the shirt that inspired this one. Giving it a vintage vibe, it has a V-neckline with a twin-tipped collar and short sleeves.

2. West Ham United Home

Umbro sought to make a genuine connection with the fans with their 2023/24 home shirt. It lands in the legendary Claret and Blue colourway but has details that set it apart from previous templates.


“I’m forever blowing bubbles” is a chant that’s synonymous with The Hammers, and now too with this shirt.



It has a subtle bubble print in a nod to the song that’s bellowed out before home games. To keep it timeless, Umbro opted for a crew neckline and short sleeves.

3. Arsenal Away

There’s a bit more creative licence with away shirts, and adidas really took advantage of that with this one.


It’s sure to divide opinion, but it can be agreed that this shirt definitely demands attention. Making a statement on the road, it comes in a vibrant Team Solar Yellow colourway.



Showing their appreciation for travelling fans, the Black print represents the journey made from Islington. For an added pop, it has Light Blue accents.

4. Manchester United Away

Manchester United have donned a Green shirt in the past, but it was a different shade and paired with Gold. No doubt images of Eric Cantona in that popular shirt are now running through your head!


adidas went with a Green Night colourway and added White vertical stripes for an all-new shirt that’s inspired by one that was used decades ago.


For many Reds, it’s an alien design. Keeping it more familiar, it has thin Maroon stripes that represent the red bricks of Manchester – so a piece of home is always with you on away days.

5. Liverpool Away

Nike also dug into the archives to help create the latest shirt that’ll be worn when LFC are away from Anfield.



It comes in a White and Green Spark colour block design that’s inspired by the famous shirt first seen in ‘95. For a fresh take on a retro look, the Green Spark has a digitised print.


On the nape, it has the eternal flame which pays tribute to the 97 who tragically lost their lives in the Hillsborough Disaster.

More Kits This Way!

We didn’t want to go overboard and list more than five kits, but there were loads of Premier League shirts that could have made this list!


Take a look at them here, there’s sizes in men’s, women’s and kids’, so the fam’ can be set for the new season.


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