Chelsea, West Ham, Bournemouth have already released new strips
Last Updated: 07/07/20 8:43am
The 2019/20 Premier League season has not yet finished but clubs are already showing off new kits.
Several commercial contracts have expired since the Premier League resumed following the coronavirus outbreak and that has meant an early glimpse of new strips from the likes of Chelsea and West Ham.
Keep track of all the fresh looks here as they are released.
The Cherries’ Premier League place is in real peril but Eddie Howe’s side are signing off the remaining games of 2019/20 in a new Umbro home kit. The usual red and black has been reworked with a gradient stripe jacquard on the front, back and cuff.
Nike says Chelsea’s new home and away kit feature the club’s new sponsor, telecommunications company Three, and is inspired by London’s “long association with master tailors and their exquisite craftsmanship”.
The blue home jersey features a herringbone pattern, as well as a dark blue round collar and sleeve trim. The navy trim extends down the side of the shirt and shorts, while the socks are white.
The away jersey, meanwhile, “adds an injection of millennial swagger – perfect for the confident, emerging talents lighting up Stamford Bridge under head coach Frank Lampard,” it’s claimed.
Everton have unveiled their 2020/21 home strip from new kit-maker hummel. The Toffees’ traditional royal blue jersey features hummel’s chevrons across the shoulders and sleeves and pays tribute to the club’s iconic Z-Cars anthem with an image of the song’s soundbar embossed diagonally across the shirt. Shorts and socks are white, with blue chevron contrast.
The new West Ham home kit for 2020/21 celebrates the club’s 125th anniversary with a classic design. The Umbro shirt features a claret body with blue sleeves and a blue crew-neck collar, as well as a commemorative two-colour crest. Shorts and socks are white.