Premier League kits for 2024/25 season, from Man Utd’s shirt featuring new sponsor to Arsenal’s home jersey with cannon


THE curtain has yet to fall on the 2023-2024 season, but already new kits for the next campaign are being released.

Premier League title rivals Arsenal and Manchester City have both confirmed their home jerseys for 2024-2025.

Man Utd are one of a number of clubs that will be wearing new kits next season

The Red Devils away kit from Adidas has been leaked

A fetching third kit sports a tricolor stripe across the front

While Manchester United will be hoping for more luck in a ‘leaked’ kit that has trended online.

Elsewhere, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs, Newcastle and more will be sporting new designs.

SunSport rounds up what we have seen so far, starting with the Red Devils.

Man Utd

United fans will be hoping for a better campaign in the Premier League next season.

But they have already been left dismayed by a leak of their new shirts, reacting angrily online.

The home, away and third kits all feature the club’s new sponsor, American tech company Snapdragon.

Designed by Adidas, the home kit unconventionally features the famous stripe going from shoulder down to the arm, according to website opaleak.

A blue away jersey has the stripes just on the shoulder, although it bears an uncanny resemblance to England’s cricket top.

The third is slightly better in off-white, with a tricolor stripe on the chest in red, off-white, and carbon.


For the first time since 1990, Arsenal will proudly wear the cannon on their jersey.

The Gunners went for a gold trim for 2023/24 but that has been swapped out for a navy trim, with the iconic three Adidas lines the same colour.

The new kit also features more white, with the colour included on the torso as a background to the traditional red.

As for the away, Footy Headlines have released what they believe may be it.

Lynx Africa springs to mind, with the main colour black being accompanied by red and green stripes on the shoulder.

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Man City

City have officially launched their new kit, but fans will have to wait until pre-season before they can get their hands on it.

Again made by Puma, it features a tribute to the 0161 dialling code of Manchester.

Mancunian rapper Mikey Taylor (Tays) was involved with the big reveal, alongside poster boy Jack Grealish.

The goalkeeper’s jersey is also interesting, sporting brown and green colours, with pink lettering and badges.

Eco warriors will be happy.

The jersey is made up of at least 95 per cent recycled textile waste as part of Puma’s RE:FIBRE initiative to work towards a more sustainable future.

Jack Grealish models Man City’s latest home jersey

Ederson’s goalkeeping kit looks fetching in brown and green with pink lettering and badges


Although we’re not clear on the home kit yet, a potential Chelsea away kit from Nike has been called a disaster by Blues fans.

Footy Headlines, who often don’t get it wrong, shared a design back in March.

It’s a white shirt with royal blue on the collar and sleeves, along with a red strip.

The classic Chelsea logo is in blue and red, with a blue Nike tick outlined in red.

However, some fans online have been up in arms over its resemblance to that controversial new England kit, featuring the unpopular “St George’s” flag.

Chelsea fans online voiced their displeasure at their new away jersey

Many feel that the kit looks too similar to England’s controversial new Nike kit


Spurs fans may have complaints about their side, but few will have any about their home kit.

Recently, Richarlison was seen enjoying his birthday modelling the Nike home top alongside team-mate Emerson Royal.

Football shirt collector Cabby Collection gave fans a better glimpse into the design.

Navy is featured much more predominantly this time round.

The sleeves, side panels, and collar are all navy.

Tottenham’s Richarlison revealed the shirt Spurs will be wearing next season


Next season will be one of transition for the Reds without Jurgen Klopp at the helm.

And they’re moving on from New Balance to Nike too.

But, in the good name of tradition, they are going old school with their new home kit design.

There is a hint of Rome ’84 about it, when Liverpool wore a similar jersey while winning the European Cup against Roma on penalties.

The body is red, the logos are yellow, and white is used for the sponsor logos and detailing.

Liverpool have launched their new home kit

The home jersey is an ode to a top worn by the club’s 1984 European Cup winners


All change with the Toon with Castore being replaced by Nike as kit makers.

We’re not entirely sure yet what to expect, but Footy Headlines and NUFC experts Gallowgate Shots have an inkling.

They’ve leaked kits that feature the classic stripes design in black and white, based on the Adidas Tiro 24 template.

The logo for Adidas is black, while a retro badge is said to be incorporated.

The back of the shirt is white, believed to be for black numbering and lettering.

Footy Headlines did a mock up of Harvey Barnes wearing the perceived new Newcastle shirt

The back is predominantly white for black numbering and lettering

West Ham

In 2023, the Hammers signed a multi-season deal with kit manufacturers Umbro.

Betway continues to be the main sponsor, while JD Sports will be on the sleeves.

According to Footy Headlines, one of the biggest design differences will be Umbro’s centenary logo in red and white.

A diamond pattern has also been touted to appear on the maroon kit.

The away shirt could have the usual base colour of white, with grey on the sleeves and neckline, accompanied by a dotted white pattern.

A third kit leaked by Footy Headlines comes in black, and is reminiscent of th club’s commemorative 125th Anniversary Umbro Third Kit in the 2020-21 season.

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Umbro’s badge on the new West Ham jerseys could be featured in its commemorative colours

An away jersey for the Hammers is mooted to be white with grey sleeves and collar

A suggested third kit is black like in the 2020-21 season

Leicester City

They are back in the big time, and Leicester will celebrate promotion with three new jerseys made by Adidas.

Of course the home kit is traditionally in blue and white, however there’s some interesting gold detailing on the collar.

While the away jersey, as predicted by Footy Headlines, is heavy on the white with dark navy badge, sponsor, with the classic stripes on the shoulder.

However, the third jersey is a little more out there.

It features a fire-like design on the front on a black base.

Should the Foxes go down in their first season back in the Prem, would it be unfair to say their season went up in smoke?

Leicester City’s Adidas kit for their first season back keeps with tradition

The Foxes away kit is more low-key – mainly in white with navy detailing

However, Leicester’s third kit looks like it’s on fire

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