It’s time for a new season in English top-flight football and that can mean only one thing – the unveiling of the new Premier League jerseys to be donned for the 2020-21 season. All the clubs have dropped their styles for the new season with fans judging which kit they should get their hands on.
With new collaborations and top sportswear companies coming together for the best Premier League teams, there are some super interesting looks to choose from. Here are our picks of the best Premier League jerseys for the 2020-21 season.
ARSENAL AWAY KIT
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) August 20, 2020
Inspired by the iconic marble halls of their famous old stadium, Highbury, Arsenal and Adidas have absolutely nailed this one. We love the retro vibe to this and the overall symbolic nature of this kit. Famous for its prestigious marble halls, Highbury was Arsenal’s home from 1913 and the kit replicates the natural patterns of the marble found in the Highbury Stadium.
SHEFFIELD UNITED HOME KIT
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— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) August 3, 2020
The beauty of this jersey is in its simplicity. It’s simple yet striking and Adidas have done an awesome job with it. This features the iconic red and white stripes of the Blades with the iconic signature of Adidas on the collars completing it. Sheffield will be hoping that this becomes that jersey which gets them European football next season.
SOUTHAMPTON HOME KIT
Finally, a different manufacturer than Adidas. Under Armour has beautifully done all the kits of Southampton. It’s great to see the club celebrating its 135th anniversary by going retro. Everyone loves a retro kit when it’s done right and this is a prime example of it. The Saints will be hoping to march on and have a successful season in the Premier League with these kits.
LEEDS UNITED HOME KIT
— Leeds United (@LUFC) August 19, 2020
Saving the best for the last. Leeds in all white, what more can someone ask for? Yet again, Adidas has done exceptionally well to keep the traditions afloat and not to mess around a lot with the classic Leeds look. The sponsor badge isn’t too shabby either, right? For all the Leeds supporters, this will be an iconic jersey as it’ll mark their return to the Premier League after 16 long years.
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