The 2022-23 Premier League kits are starting to show up, and there’s something beautiful in the midst of them.
There are some that are, shall we say, unique. Yes, let’s leave it. They can’t all be winners, can they?
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From retro style to eye-catching patterns, there are many different designs.
We’ve ranked the Premier League kits released below, and we’ll be updating it over the summer as more drop.
Now, how to present your kit. Which video. Besides, the shirt is lovely too. This is one of those t-shirts that can be worn with jeans and sneakers and looks decent and quite appropriate. I really like the collar and it’s just a classic arsenal. Great job.
Arsenal x @adidasfootball Home form 22/23 ⚡️
Getting back a bit to North London ❤️
£5 from every new home shirt you buy through Arsenal Direct goes to the Arsenal Foundation 🤝 pic.twitter.com/44FdWaF9a1
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) May 19, 2022
It’s fine. The recent retro feel (reminds me of the uniform dominated by Gareth Bale about ten years ago) and I love the yellow trim. Pretty simple and clean design.
Our new look for 2022/23 😎
Exclusively available online and in Spurs stores: https://t.co/Ra487SC55c
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 7, 2022
This Manchester City jersey has a retro feel and I love it. The burgundy trim is very different and it’s pretty cool to see City mix it up a bit since there’s so much you can do with all the blue jerseys. The badge located in the middle of the jersey also gives it a retro feel.
For King Colin 💙
Our 2022/23 @pumafootball The home kit has arrived!
Available now. Click to shop! 👇
— Manchester City (@ManCity) May 19, 2022
The Bees have decided to keep the same 2021-22 home kit for the 2022-23 season and I hope this is the start of a trend in the Premier League. It’s brilliant and to be honest, do teams need a new kit every season? Probably no. This Brentford home kit is also very distinctive.
Very fresh, clean look and I love the bright white symbols and logos. In a word, this kit looks very sleek.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) May 5, 2022
It’s pretty chic, isn’t it!? There are paints/graffiti on the shoulders, but I like it. The collar is massive and does not look very comfortable.
This is the new Burgundy and Blue ⚒️🔥
Buy now in stores and online 👇
— West Ham United (@WestHam) June 9, 2022
There’s so much you can do with black and white stripes, but it’s simple, ma’am. The round collar is cool, but there’s a lot going on with sponsors and I’m not sure about the blue color of the sponsor and the Castore logo.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) June 8, 2022
There’s a lot going on with this kit too. The patterns on the shoulder and dots on the ribs are not really needed, and the sponsors just stand out a lot. It goes without saying that the color is great.
What do you think of our 2022/23 jersey? 😍
— Wolves (@Wolves) June 9, 2022