The cheered Lions of England's official home and away kits. All crafted with pride. Have a look.
TeamViewer's name adorns the shirt, beneath the Adidas logo and iconic Manchester United crest. To make this home shirt feel like an instant classic. While the ribbed collar and cuffs lock in comfort and a heritage feel.
The shirt is a simple design, with gold trimmings throughout and a gold devil on the shirts and socks.
The full red kit represents power complemented by injection of energy in the form of glow of bright crimson. With the bolted pinstripes representing the sense of danger made from recycled polyester fabric.
The Liverpool's homekit pays homepage to when the reds introduced a full red-kit for the first time in their club history.
In Partnership with Adidas, the Gunners unveiled their home kit for this season which challenges the orthodox surrounding the clubs traditional shirt.
The new light yellow away strip pays tribute to the, "1971 double winners". With the slogan, "inspired by the past, ready for the future."
Traditional blue is paired with a yellow trim, while "CFC" is knitted into the back knees.
Chelsea's home kit is made with recycled polyesters fabric and inspired by the "abstract, kaleidoscopic designs of optical art." This was according to the kitmaker Nike.
The shirt which was worn against Manchester City during Brighton's final home game. Marking the end game of last seasons campaign is made from recycled polyester fibres.
The blue shorts are accompanied by a yellow trim with strips complemented by white socks. A Nike design is slim fit for a tailored feel with the side panels shaped like a lightning bolt.
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The design features a double round neck and contrasted collar while the light blue sleeves and the bottom part of the shirts features a color contrasted insert.
The kit features 3D silicone Villa crest as well as the club's iconic Lion displayed at the top of the reverse.
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