The 2021/22 season is already starting to creep up. By then, it is hoped that fans will be back in full capacity at matches across Europe’s top five leagues and football will be starting to return to pre-pandemic levels of normality.
It stands to be a hugely significant season, especially because the following 2022/23 European campaign will be interrupted by a winter World Cup in Qatar.
Here’s a look at all the known leaked kits from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and more…
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Home: The expected new Arsenal home shirt for 2021/22 will incorporate navy blue accents into the design, beyond just the usual red and white and reflecting more of the colours in the badge. But the wide white side panels narrow the red body of it and give off 'Ajax' vibes.
Third: It looks as though it will be shades of blue lightning for the Gunners' third shirt. It is expected that a number of adidas third jerseys next season could be 1990s-inspired, with Arsenal having actually worn a similar jersey made by Nike in 1995/96.
Home: Combining bright yellow trim and detailing with an extremely jazzy base pattern, Chelsea's expected 2021/22 home shirt by Nike could prove to be a love it or hate it number.
Away: Chelsea are likely to have a yellow away jersey in 2021/22. Yellow has long been a popular away colour for the club, dating back to the 1960s and was most recently seen in 2018/19.
Home: Fulham are fighting to stay in the Premier League. But whatever division the Cottagers will be playing in next season, they are expected to have a white home shirt featuring black pinstripes.
Home: Still supplied by adidas and sponsored by SBOTOP, Leeds are expected to change things up slightly in 2021/22 by introducing a V-neck and using yellow as the primary trim colour.
Third: Leeds' leaked third shirt for next season appears to be a lilac shade of purple, featuring a navy blue badge and branding, as well as white trim on the neck and sleeve cuffs.
Away: A light blue away kit for Leicester is expected to feature monochrome black trim and branding, as well as a subtle tartan graphic to lift the base colour.
Home: Liverpool will be into the second year of their partnership with Nike in 2021/22 and fans continue to have high expectations about what will be produced. A lighter shade is expected to offset and contrast the traditional shade of deeper red.
Away: An off-white Liverpool away shirt with expected black shorts is reminiscent of an away kit the club during the 1996/97 season. Brighter more pink-ish trim also matches the home kit detailing.
Third: A yellow Liverpool third kit is expected to feature red, grey and white trim.
Home: Manchester United were initially expected to have a central badge on their shirt for the first time since 2006, but that won't be the case. A round white neck also stands to given the expected jersey a 1960s look when the likes of Bobby Charlton, George Best and Denis Law were at their best.
Away: Manchester United's 2021/22 away shirt is directly inspired by a blue and white cult classic worn by the club between 1990 and 1992, which was also the design that was replicated by adidas for the hand-drawn Humanrace range launched last year.
Third: A deeper shade of blue is expected to be the base of the Manchester United third shirt next season, with a 1990s throwback to potentially feature some yellow detailing. This design, if accurate, evokes memories of the blue change strip from the earliest years of the Premier League era.
Home: Tottenham will be going classic in 2021/22. The expected new home shirt is fully white apart from branding and features no other trim. It is also likely to be worn with navy blue shorts and navy blue socks, which was a look commonly used by Spurs from 1900 through to the late 1960s.
Home: After adidas debuted its partnership with Celtic and brought yellow trim back into the home shirt for the first time in 10 years, the 2021/22 jersey will be back to green and white. The only additional colour will be in the dafabet logo and star above the badge.
Third: Celtic are set to bring back dark green as a change colour for the first time in three years.
Home: Blue and orange trim colours are set to adorn the new Real Madrid home shirt in 2021/22. The overall look is not dissimilar to the jersey worn for the 2013/14 Decima season.
Away: Blue is expected to be the primary colour for Real's away kit, which is also going to feature orange trim for a very different kind of look for Los Blancos compared to recent seasons.
Home: Barcelona are to go abstract in 2021/22, with an anticipated new home shirt by Nike that blends together several different styles and patterns. Perhaps most striking are the shorts, which are expected to be blue and red halves.
Home: Atletico Madrid are moving away from clean cut stripes in 2021/22 and are likely to wear a more abstract home jersey that features blurred and smudged red and white.
Away: Atletico are expected to stick with a primarily dark blue away shirt next season, but there will be an abstract pinkish-red red towards the bottom of the shirt, into matching shorts.
Home: Juventus will go back to more normal black and white stripes for the first time since 2017/18 next season, having recently experimented with very wide stripes (2018/19), black and white halves (2019/20) and blurred abstract stripes (2020/21).
Away: An orange trim is set to contrast a black base colour for Juve's anticipated away shirt.
Third: A blue, yellow and white third shirt stands to be a bold choice for Juve against the more subtle and classic home and away shirts. Although the design and make-up is obviously very different, the general blue and yellow evokes memories of the 1996 Champions League winning kit.
Home: Not a great deal is yet known about Inter's new 2021/22 home shirt. But there will be a new club badge and it will be the first Inter shirt since 1995 that doesn't feature Pirelli as the sponsor.
Home: Bayern Munich and adidas are sticking with a promise made in 2018 to never feature blue trim in a home shirt ever again. Next season's expected kit will be two-tone red.
Away: The home kit will be complemented with a predominantly black away jersey with gold trim.
Third: Bayern's expected third shirt will tie into adidas' theme of 1990s throwbacks. It is likely to be mainly white and complemented by red and details.
Third: In recent year, PSG's home kit has featured Nike's Jordan branding. However, 2021/22 could represent a change-up, with an expected Jordan home shirt and the Nike swoosh on the third shirt.