Confirmed 2024/25 Premier League kits

  • 2024/25 Premier League season begins in August after a busy summer
  • Campaign promises to be exciting for kit collectors
  • Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Man City have all released their home shirts
The new Arsenal home kit
The new Arsenal home kit / Image courtesy of adidas

Plenty of Premier League sides are already casting a hopeful eye towards the 2024/25 season.

It promises to be a busy summer ahead with international tournaments galore and the usual circus of the transfer window, with supporters already excited over what a new campaign could bring - big signings, a change in manager perhaps and, of course, brand new kits.

While the price of modern shirts continue to rise exponentially, now bordering on the criminal, football fans can't help but feel a flutter in their stomach when next season's kits are announced.

Here is all we know about the kits for Premier League sides ahead of the 2024/25 season.


New home kit
New home kit / Image courtesy of adidas

Arsenal's home shirt for the 2024/25 campaign heads in a different direction to previous adidas numbers, with a heavy emphasis on the white aspect of the jersey with some navy accents throughout.

Most crucially, the Arsenal crest is replaced with the simplistic but stylish cannon. Perhaps that alteration can fire the Gunners to Premier League glory next term.

The away shirt is another interesting inclusion from adidas, who have used the same template as the home but with dramatically different colours.

Black, green and red are thrown together according to reliable leaks and it's certainly a unique addition to adidas' collaboration with the north London club.

Arsenal's third shirt is, well, not very Arsenal. Aqua and purple dominate with the shirt boasting a rather unique design. Windows 8, anyone? This one will certainly split opinion.

Aston Villa

It will be all change for Aston Villa next season, with the much-maligned Castore having been ditched for the reliable adidas. There will also be a shift in betting sponsors with BK8 being replaced by Betano, while there will be a fresh take on the classic club crest too.

Aston Villa fans will be able to add the Champions League badges to their shirt purchases next season.


Bournemouth's home shirts never stray too far from their roots but the addition of gold accents from Umbro has certainly brought the best out of the Cherries' 2024/25 leaked jersey. The meaty black collar may divide opinion, however.


Brentford's 2024/25 home shirt will be the same as their 2023/24 iteration, with the Bees' decision to release a new kit every two years highlighting their commitment to lessening the environmental impact of shirt manufacturing, while also providing a more affordable experience for the club's fans.

Brighton & Hove Albion

Very little is known about what Brighton and Nike will produce next season - other than the home shirt will almost certainly boast the usual blue and white vertical stripes. Yellow, green and orange have been the predominant base colours for alternate strips in recent years.


There's been no confirmation as to what exactly Chelsea be wearing next season, but the above video is believed to show the club's 2024/25 home and away strips. One difference, however, is that Infinite Athlete won't be the club's sponsor next term, with no confirmed sponsor announced for next year just yet.

There is an orange theme developing at Stamford Bridge ahead of the 2024/25 season, with the leaked away shirt also boasting bright tangerine accents. The base of the shirt is 'guava ice' according to aficionados with navy blue across the collar, cuffs and side panels.

It's worth noting that the above leaked 2024/25 third shirt may not be entirely accurate, with details such as the collar and cuffs potentially differing. However, this is the gist of what the kit will look like according to reports, with a black and grey base and accents that resemble a Refreshers bar.

The vertical Nike swoosh, which is being used on a variety of third shirts for 2024/25, will take some getting used to. Change for the sake of change, most likely.

Crystal Palace

There have been no reliable leaks indicating what any of Crystal Palace's shirts will look like for the 2024/25 campaign, but the Eagles have tended to go bold with Macron in recent campaigns.

Last season's half-and-half home shirt was a stunner, with Palace fans hopeful of another beautiful iteration this year.


Everton clearly haven't learned from Aston Villa and have swapped the legendary Hummel for Castore. Their home shirt has been leaked, as seen in the above image, but it's difficult to make out the finer details of the kit.

There appears to be some sort of motif running through the base of the shirt, while the striped white collar is pretty swanky.


Unfortunately for Fulham fans, there haven't been any notable leaks of what next season's jerseys could look like. The Cottagers haven't blown anyone away with their most recent kits, but adidas have a chance to impress this year.

Ipswich Town

Ipswich's return to the Premier League was one of the feel good stories of the 2023/24 campaign. However, what their shirts may look like next season remains unknown, although their latest jerseys have been sponsored by famous fan Ed Sheeran.

Leicester City

The 2015/16 Premier League champions are also back in the big time having lifted the Championship title, although they will be on the hunt for a new manager. Their kits for the new campaign are yet to be confirmed, but the Foxes are expected to don a quintessentially Leicester home strip.


Liverpool have already released their 2024/25 home jersey, inspired by the 1984 European Cup winners' kit. Gold accents and an interesting pinstripe pattern are matched by a ludicrously large collar.

The Reds have already worn their shirt for Arne Slot's debut season in charge, doing so in Jurgen Klopp's final ever match at the end of last term.

Liverpool's rumoured away shirt for next season is a rather simple offering, with a jet-black base and grey and light blue accents. It most closely resembles the club's 2019/20 third shirt - when they won the Premier League title.

There's that vertical Nike swoosh again. While more than a little odd, it doesn't detract from an excellent Liverpool kit with a white base, striking red and yellow combinations and a black sponsor.

Manchester City

Premier League champions Man City have now officially released their 2024/25 shirt. The jersey features the numbers '0161' on the collar and sleeve cuffs - the telephone area code for Manchester - but lacks a little flair elsewhere.

It appears that Man City's next away shirt will pay homage to the excellent and iconic 1998/99 away kit, boasting an almost identical design with a few changes - a new sponsor and block colour sleeves. This is guaranteed to be a quick seller.

Manchester United

Like Arsenal's jerseys and many Euro 2024 kits, Man Utd will use adidas' Tiro 24 template for their home shirt next term. Featuring a gradient on the lower half of the shirt, Snapdragon will take over from TeamViewer as sponsors.

For the first time in several seasons, Man Utd won't have any black on their home jersey, instead boasting an all-red look.

A navy blue away shirt will be worn by Man Utd for the 2024/25 campaign, featuring a recurring 'M' pattern that is used to form snowflake shapes across the jersey - perhaps another nod to the famous 1990/92 shirt.

While no official announcement has been made for Man Utd's kits next season, the third shirt has also been reliably leaked. It features a unique devil crest and the adidas Trefoil manufacturer logo, with some smart horizontal stripes across the chest.

Newcastle United

While not 100% confirmed, adidas' first Newcastle home jersey since 2009/10 isn't much to write home about. A fairly simple design, the Sela sponsor once again draws attention more than anything else.

The away shirt is expected to be inspired by the fabled 1995/97 away shirt, although the final product is yet to be confirmed. It will almost certainly prove to be a profitable move from adidas.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest fans won't be too bothered by how next season's kit looks, just that it still boasts Premier League badges on the sleeves. Little is known about what the Midlands club will do with their shirts next term.


Southampton secured a special return to the Premier League via the 2023/24 Championship play-offs, giving them little time to consider what next season's jerseys will look like. Hummel produced some memorable shirts for the Saints last season, including a tribute to Denmark's famous 1986 shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

Simple but effective springs to mind when looking at Tottenham's 2024/25 home shirt. The shirt features navy sleeves, a slightly different look from Spurs' plain white t-shirt from last season.

Tottenham's leaked away kit is a little more exciting, partly because it features the universally loved central club crest. The blue asymmetrical stripes offer something a little different, although the collar could do with being revised.

Tottenham's rumoured third jersey resembles the famous shirt worn by Lucas Moura and his teammates in the 2018/19 Champions League semi-final comeback against Ajax. Yes, there's another vertical swoosh.

West Ham United

Not a great deal is known about the West Ham kits for the upcoming campaign, but they are likely to feature Umbro's special centenary logo. How exciting for Hammers fans.

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves fans are currently waiting on the official release of their 2024/25 shirts, with no reliable leaks having surfaced just yet.

However, they will have a new manufacturer, with brand new sportswear company Sudu taking over from Castore. There have also been suggestions that the away shirt will boast an enormous wolf on it, which will be pretty special if done correctly.