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Reviewing the Premier League Top Teams Kits 2021-2022

Reviewing the Premier League Top Teams Kits 20212022

Another Premier League season is upon us and we have started to see league teams prepare for it with pre-season games being played & transfers being executed. However, some exciting moments for us are usually the few days before the new season rolls out.

Why is it so exciting? Isn’t it obvious? 

At this stage, we start to see premier league clubs roll out new kits for the season. In this article, we will be reviewing every kit that has been released towards the 2021/2022 season. It makes sense to start by reviewing first, the kits of the current champions, Manchester City.

Manchester City

Manchester City

(Source: Manchester City Official Website)

What a complete beauty. They used a pure blue kit. The white panels on the shores provide a great touch to this too. Manchester City, like many teams this season, has kept it simple, and the final product is amazing.

Manchester United

Manchester United

(Source: Manchester United Official Website)

Coming 2nd to Manchester City in the 2020/2021 League Season are direct rivals, Manchester United.  Their kit is inspired by the famous kits from the 1960s and by legends like Georg Best, Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, who have been cheered on by supporters to date.

The name TeamViewer, replacing Chevrolet, decorates the shirt under the Adidas logo and the renowned Manchester United Crest to make it feel like an immediate classical, while the ribbed neck and the sleeveless lock up comfort and an inheritance.

Chelsea Football Club

Chelsea Football Club

(Source: Chelsea Official Website)

Chelsea’s 20-21 home shirt is substantially different in appearance from the new Nike Chelsea 2021-22. The home jersey blends the main colour “Lyon Blue” with the emblems “Opti Yellow.” 

The home kit in design contains an abstract zigzag and checker all-over printed version of the Chelsea 21-22. The logos are yellow with the Nike and club and white with the ‘Three’ emblems.

Liverpool FC

Liverpool FC

(Source: Liverpool Official Website)

A crimson foundation with brilliant red applications is combined with a 21 – 22 Nike Liverpool. The sleeve cuffs are bright red, with diagonal strips that contain a zigzag.

In addition to the ‘hot crimson’ and the ‘black, atomic teal’ Fossil takes centre stage for the 2021-2022 Nike Liverpool Away shirt.

Leicester Football Club

Leicester Football Club

(Source: Leicester Official Website)


Adidas Leicester City’s shirt 2021–2022 is a blue shirt with a white v-collar and cuffs, both accented by gold tubing. 

The front logo and the 3 stripes on the shoulders are white on the home shirt. Finally, there is a camouflage pattern on the front and sleeve of the home LCFC Shirt 21-22 identical to that of the new home Olympique Lyon.

Arsenal FC

Arsenal FC
(Source: Arsenal Official Website)

Adidas Arsenal 2021/2022 gives a cool brand look for the Gunners. The sleeves are mostly red, and the side panel is white. The 3 Stripes have been made navy for the first time since Adidas’ return to the club. There is more navy as piping on the cuffs – the former is based on Condivo 21, which is identical to the home of Juventus.

Tottenham FC

Tottenham FC

(Source: Tottenham Official Website)

The Club’s traditional colours: white and navy blue are dominant on the Nike-designed Tottenham Hotspur 2021-2022 Kit. It’s a pretty clean design with no other colour accents.

The club’s first-ever logo appears inside the collar. On the side panels, which have a delicate pattern, the classic cockerel crest can be found a singular aspect of the Nike Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 2021-2022 jersey.

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