Having taken a look at some of the leaked kits for next season back in April, plenty of clubs have since officially announced their new shirts. We decided to round up some off the best (and worst) efforts.
First up, Tottenham’s home and away kits. The home version is fairly unexciting but the purple-tinted away kit is definitely quite stylish.
— Jason Mahon (@Jasonmahon09) 24 May 2019
Man City have also opted for simplicity but the burgundy stripe on the shoulder is a nice touch on what is a pretty solid effort.
MAN CITY 19/20 HOME KIT ALSO AVAILABLE! pic.twitter.com/EYFGogYnCF
— Football Kit Plug (@footyplugkits) 11 June 2019
Palace fans will hope that their new home kit, modelled by Wilfried Zaha, is a grower. The white pinstripe that has been added to the traditional red and blue seems to fade out halfway up the shirt, which creates an odd effect.
Score: 4/10 pic.twitter.com/iES5sXpBrG
— FootBKits-Fan (@footbkits) 31 May 2019
Leicester haven’t done particularly well either. Their home shirt is reasonable but the away kit is definitely ruined by the darker pink markings behind the sponsor’s logo.
#Leicester City collection available here!
— Kit Club UK (@KitClub_UK) 14 June 2019
Southampton are in with a genuine shout at having the worst shirt in the division next season. The addition of the black area at the top is baffling. Nathan Redmond might be laughing but on the inside he’s definitely crying.
Not sure if Nathan Redmond is modelling the new Southampton kit or through to the X Factor Live Finals 🤔 pic.twitter.com/fKQ7dscppg
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) 17 May 2019
Bayern Munich’s new kit has either been made out of a quilt or is modelled on a puffa jacket.
Unser neues Heimtrikot! 🔴⚪#Dahoamtrikot
— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) 15 May 2019
Meanwhile the typically stylish Italians, AC Milan, have opted for a retro feel with their lovely new home shirt.
I C O N I C 🔴⚫️
— PUMA Football (@pumafootball) 19 May 2019