The 2022-23 Premier League season is over and clubs are now starting to reveal their kits for the next top-flight campaign.
This page will keep you up to date with all the new home, away and third strips as they are released.
Inspired by the passion and pride of the home fans at Villa Park, Aston Villa’s new 2023-24 home shirt design depicts a subtle print of soundwaves taken from supporters singing the Allez, Allez, Allez chant on a matchday.
The redesigned crest, which pays homage to Villa’s 1982 European Cup-winning side, will appear on both their playing and training kits.
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— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) June 22, 2023
Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal surprised many by being the only club to give Manchester City a run for their money in the 2022-23 title race.
And next season the Gunners will draw inspiration from a new kit that pays homage to their Invincibles 20 years on from their incredible unbeaten campaign.
Crystal Palace will celebrate their 11th consecutive season in the top flight when they take to the field in their new kit for the 2023-24 campaign.
The Macron strip has traditional red and blue halves with a subtle background detail — a silhouette of the original Crystal Palace, where the club was founded in 1861 and played from 1862.
Liverpool’s new home shirt pays homage to legendary manager Bill Shankly’s last campaign in charge of the Reds 50 years ago.
The vintage design, which sees a bright red jersey paired with a white collar and cuffs, was debuted in their final home game of the season against Aston Villa.
Manchester City’s new shirt celebrates 20 years since they moved to the Etihad Stadium.
The jersey features a white V-neck collar, inspired by the first kit worn at the stadium in 2003-04.
Newcastle’s new kit will be the first to feature a Champions League badge in 20 years following the Magpies’ fourth-placed Premier League finish.
The Castore-designed shirt features the traditional black and white stripes alongside a 1980s-inspired collar.
Tottenham will ditch their navy shorts and socks next season and sport an all-white kit for the first time since the 2012-13 campaign.
Their new look is designed to capture the sounds of London N17 and the area’s rich broadcasting history and Ange Postecoglou will be hoping for fans to bring the noise as he looks to guide the club back into the Champions League next term.