Football teams must wear football kits. What they don’t need to do is release new strips every season and charge fans the earth. But they still do, and that’s why we are here.
Kenyans are known to always rock their favorite football teams kits when football season kicks off, and this season won’t be any different especially now that we continue to watch our very own, Victor Wanyama in the English Premier League.
Are you looking to splash some hard earned money for any of this season’s kit? Well DailyMail has rated the EPL teams’ efforts in a bid to let you make a wise decision.
Breaking news. It’s red and white. Kudos to Puma for mixing it up with a proper rudeboy collar that will appeal to people called Darren who put videos of themselves celebrating goals at home on Snapchat.
Arsenal used a living room to launch their new home kit. Presumably to prepare themselves for where they’ll be watching the Champions League from this season.
In a world where everything and everyone is busy, Nike’s new Vapor is an ode to subtle simplicity and features some very nice touches indeed.
Still, Chelsea are still absolute [REDACTED] aren’t they?
Really not a huge amount to say here.
Some nice touches here. Some real nice touches.
A new emblem, designed for the club’s 125-year anniversary, a retro 1980s design, and uses a darker ‘Shankly red’ than seen in recent seasons to add to the old school vibe. Doing bits.
Apparently Manchester City’s new kit is based on the strip they wore when they won the old First Division 50 years ago.
Minus points for designer guff, it looks nothing like the 67-68 kit.
Now, there’s quite a lot going on here, unlike inside Marouane Fellaini’s brain. Shortened adidas stripes (c’mon boys, splash the cash and get the stripes going all the way down the sleeves), black and white cuff detailing.
It also has a little collar that, if worn done up, will make Phil Jones head explode when he gurns after another header. Still, pretty solid effort all round.
For my money, Spurs have been knocking out decent kits for a while now.
This year’s is no different, featuring the same Nike Vapour touches as the Chelsea shirt. The away kit may be the best out of the the kits in the league, but that’s a conversation for a different day.