Confirmed and leaked kits 2024/25 - Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and more

  • Plenty of kits for the 2024/25 campaign have been released already
  • Liverpool and Arsenal among sides to have dropped their home shirts for next season
  • Barcelona set to release 125th anniversary kit
Liverpool have already released their new kit
Liverpool have already released their new kit / Liverpool FC / Nike

It's that point of the year when clubs are beginning to release their new looks for the 2024/25 season.

Online leaks are growing in reliability and final designs are emerging, with an array of Europe's elite sides having already released their brand new jerseys for next term.

Here's what we know about the kits that some of the world's greats will be wearing in 2024/25.

Premier League


Arsenal have strayed from recent iterations of their home jersey for the 2024/25 season, incorporating large sections of blue on both the side panels and shoulders.

A major difference is the removal of the contemporary crest in favour of the Gunners icon which made its way onto the 23/24 third kit.


Chelsea are yet to officially release any of their new shirts for the 2024/25 campaign, but their latest home jersey has been reliably leaked.

While the sponsor for the shirt remains up in the air, it's expected to combine the traditional blue with orange details, including on the sleeve and around the crest and Nike swoosh.


The latest Liverpool x Nike collaboration has garnered some pushback - mainly due to the price.

The Reds' 2024/25 home kit is inspired by the strip worn during the club's 1983/84 European Cup-winning campaign. The shirt will also feature yellow pinstripes forming a YNWA (You'll Never Walk Alone) design.

Man City

Man City's 2024/25 home shirt is predictably benign. Puma have once again opted for caution, although there are a couple of nice touches with the inclusion of '0161' (Manchester's area code number) on the back of the shirt.

Of course, there will be yet another golden Premier League badge on the sleeve next season.

Man Utd

Man Utd's 2024/25 home kit will be their first strip since 2021/22 to not feature black. It's all-red, baby!

There are two shades of red involved with a gradient rising from dark to light, with Snapdragon taking over sponsorship duties from TeamViewer. It's expected to release in July.


Out with Castore, in with adidas!

In truth, there's not a whole lot of change from Newcastle's 2023/24 home kit. The black and white stripes are just that little bit thicker, resembling the size of the stripes on the Magpies' 2021/22 shirt. A predominantly black collar is another subtle change.


Did anyone order a dodgy lasagne?

Tottenham's 2005/06 campaign was undone by food poisoning on the final day and that Kappa navy-sleeved home strip is the unofficial inspiration behind Spurs' new home shirt. It's at least a little different from the rather basic iterations Nike have produced in recent years.

Serie A


Puma opted for a rather jazzy design for 2023/24, but Milan have reverted to type for 2024/25. It's a default Rossoneri home strip with thin black and red stripes. A white collar adds a hint of modernity.


Revealing this Inter shirt from left to right is likely to produce a reaction similar to: "Ah, lovely, another classic Inter shirt with Nerazzurri colours. Look, there's the Scudetto badge...OH MY GOD, WHAT IS THAT?!"

The diagonal stripes bring an element of unneeded chaos to a classic.


adidas produced a rather controversial Juventus shirt for 2023/24. Traditionalists weren't particularly fond of the gold details, so there's been a reversion to the classic for 2024/25.

There's not much to comment on here, with Juventus seemingly donning a Newcastle shirt from the mid-2000s. If only Northern Rock was a sponsor.

La Liga

Atletico Madrid

Diego Simeone's Atletico have evolved into a bundle of fun and their kits are getting jazzier, too.

Their 2024/25 home kit has deviated away from mere red and white stripes, with blue playing a prominent role. Alternating blue and red streaks run down the white stripes, creating a rather chaotic shirt packed with details.


Barcelona have gone back to the half-and-half. It's another anniversary year for the Catalan club, with the cash-needy Barca also set to release a special 125th anniversary strip for the 2024/25 campaign.

Their home kit for next season bears some resemblance to their 100th anniversary kit from 1998/99. How good does that central crest look?

Real Madrid

Real Madrid produced a couple of standout kits for the 2023/24 season. adidas have plenty to live up to for 2024/25, but they've done an admirable job. Madrid's home shirt is bereft of gold but still slick in its appearance, with distinct inspiration taken from their Galactico-era kits.

Could they claim Champions League title number 16 in this simplistic number?


Bayern Munich

After going white for 2023/24, Bayern Munich, having lost their Bundesliga crown, are going back to red for 2024/25.

White is completely absent from the new home shirt, although there are alternating shades of red and maroon. The club crest struggles to stand out, however.

Bayer Leverkusen

Having secured their first ever Bundesliga title, Bayer Leverkusen supporters would have been more than content retaining their 2023/24 home shirt for the new season. Black and red once again dominate, but the design starkly contrasts.

There's no cross, but an all-red front featuring a unique pattern and black sleeves.

Borussia Dortmund

The yellow and black of Dortmund couldn't be more prevalent on their 2024/25 home shirt. A yellow front is complemented by somewhat needless thin strips and solid black sleeves.

Ligue 1


There's a street-like feel to PSG's 2024/25 home kit which features the classic red, white and navy of the Parisian club. The striped design which runs down the centre of the shirt has an unrefined, edgy feel.