Ranking the 2023-24 Premier League kits
Most of the 2023-24 Premier League kits have been unveiled and there are some beauties out there.
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From retro looks to snazzy designs, there are some very unique new looks as teams get ready for the new season.
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Below we rank the Premier League kits which have been released as plenty more have been dropping in the opening days of the 2023-24 season.
A classic look for the red home shirt and this is a belter. It has been kept simple and the white trim is marvellous. Liverpool have nailed this. They also have a beauty with a remake of their iconic green and white away kit. This stands out and screams nostalgia. Lovely stuff.
2. Nottingham Forest
There is a lot to love about these Forest kits. The home shirt is a classic and is so clean. The away kit works with those wavy designs and the third kit is a bit of an outlier but it kind of works. Lovely stuff, Forest.
3. Manchester United
A nice shade of red and the black trim makes it stand out. The sponsor logo is massive. The home kit is just fine but the away kit is a thing of beauty. That is proper ‘this is cool to wear out with jeans on a Friday night’ vibes. The third kit is great too and United have knocked it out of the park with their kits for this season.
4. Crystal Palace
Absolutely lovely stuff and the home kit also looks like a kit Spider Man would wear!? The red and blue halves are divine, while having the original Crystal Palace design on the shirt is a great touch. This kit also celebrates that Palace have now been in the Premier League for 10 years. The blue shorts and socks are also lovely. The away shirt is very good too with clean colors and a sash. The away kits are lovely too. Well done Palace. Well done.
We are south London.— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) August 21, 2023
Grab your 23/24 third kit in store tonight or online 🖤
There is a lot going on with the print on the red home kit but the gold is a nice touch. The away kit screams Borussia Dortmund. Pretty decent effort.
6. Manchester City
A nod to being at their current stadium for 20 years, for their home kit Man City go for a retro look from the 2003-04 season when things were very, very different from them. It’s a lovely kit and having seen it in-person, up close it looks even better than the photos. The third kit is out there but the away kit is lovely too.
This green and black away kit is absolutely lovely. Can Brighton do anything wrong right now!? The home kit is okay and the sleeves are a little strange. But the classic blue and white stripes always look good.
Clean and crisp, there’s a lovely simplistic feel to this Spurs home kit. The blue trim works nicely. The blue away kit is lovely.
A modern classic 🤍— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 8, 2023
Introducing our 2023/24 home kit…
The home kit is quite lovely and looks silky smooth. The Goodison Park design on the collar is a very nice little detail too. The away kit definitely stands out but not sure about the design over the orange.
Our new away kit gets its first outing today at Wigan. 👌— Everton (@Everton) July 22, 2023
But how well do you know the Blues' second strips from previous seasons? 🤔
10. Sheffield United
Lovely thick red and white stripe design. Bold and a switch up on the usual thinner stripes.
11. West Ham
Home kit is clean and smooth. Like the blue arms. They have kept it simple enough but the subtle bubble print is just a bit too much. The away kit is superb and the clean white look and badge is a lovely touch. Well done. The third kit kind of looks like a goalkeepers kit.
Can't forget where we're from.— West Ham United (@WestHam) August 19, 2023
Around the world, you'll hear our song.
Pretty classic look to the home kit and I like it not having a collar. The away kit is fine but I like he classic blue and black striped kits they used to have.
I like the red and black on the sleeves being opposite and it is another nod to a previous kit. Still, the sponsor isn’t great.
Like a lot of these kits, some lovely retro vibes but also the sponsor on the kit is massive. Nice collar.
Obviously there is a sponsor to come and the simple design of it is nice. But the shiny badge just doesn’t look right.
Once again Brentford have released a home kit for two seasons and it is pretty standard red and white stripes. Unadventurous but instantly recognizable. The third kit is chaotic.
17. Luton Town
The orange stands out but there is just too much going on for the new boys.
18. Aston Villa
Claret and blue is iconic but the sponsor just doesn’t work and the fact the sleeves aren’t lined up is strange. The away kit is okay but looks like a training shirt.
The home kit is simple but uninspired. The away kit kind of looks like a goalkeeper kit.
The black and white stripes is always nice but the club badge seems quite small compared to the new Saudi Arabian shirt sponsor. Falls under the ‘just okay’ category. The green away shirt is pretty nice and is a nod to the Saudi Arabian national team.