Welcome back Premier League Football!
With the all too long summer hiatus from Premier League football nearly over, PromoPro UK brings you a selection of the best kits you need to get look ‘Unbelievable Jeff’ when you take to the pitch, garden or terraces.
West Ham Home Kit
The new West Ham kit mirrors the strip worn in the 1903-05 seasons, the first years that West Ham played in the Boleyn ground. The club will play their last season at the stadium this year before heading to the Queen Elizabeth I Olympic Stadium blowing bubbles all the way. The classic claret and blue colour combination is revamped with the addition of a bold new hoop around the neckline. This kit with its vintage design looks great for game day and everyday life, just make sure you take it off if you are passing through Millwall.
Arsenal Home Kit
It may be something to do with the French manager, but the Gunners always seem to have the style to match their silky play on the pitch. This year’s model from Puma sticks to the famous white sleeves on red top but sees the introduction of a smart new grandad collar. After getting off to a winning start in the community shield the men from North London will hope to mount a challenge in this quality kit. Promopro.co.uk has an exclusive deal from Sports Direct were you can save £12 on this shirt, just click here.
Manchester City Home Kit
The new home kit from Manchester City looks like Prince George’s next photoshoot outfit rather than a football shirt but the big spenders will look great in this Nike offering. New boy Raheem Sterling will be kitted out with this polo styled top with white collar and sleeve lining. It remains to be seen if City will be able to regain the Premier League title from Chelsea but they are streaks ahead in terms of kit quality.
Liverpool Away Kit
Liverpool laundrettes beware, this crisp white shirt from New Balance looks like it has been used in a Vanish advert. The simple white kit with red trim and lettering is part of the first set of shirts made by the new provider. Fans will be hoping their players are getting this kit nice and dirty when they head to Stoke City on the 9th of August as they aim to reconcile for the 6-1 drubbing they got at the Britannia Stadium at the end of last season.
If you like something a little funkier, there is this slightly out-there new away kit from Sunderland. The green and yellow offering from Adidas brings a taste of West Africa to the premier league. Perhaps the equatorial look is designed to bring sunshine to Sunderland for what is likely to be another dismal season among the lower echelons of the Premier league.