September 25, 2022

The 2022-23 Premier League kits are starting to be unveiled and there are some beauties there.

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There are also some that are, shall we say, unique. Yeah, let’s leave it there. They can’t all be winners, can they?

From retro vibes to stylish patterns, there are plenty of different designs to embrace.

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Below we rank the Premier League kits that have been released and will update throughout the summer as more are dropped.


Now, here’s how to unveil your kit. Which video. Plus, the shirt is pretty too. It’s one of those jerseys you can wear with jeans and trainers and it looks decent and not out of place. Really like the collar and it’s just classic Arsenal. Well done.

Tottenham Hotspur

It’s lovely. A recent retro feel (reminds me of the kits Gareth Bale dominated about a decade ago) and I like the yellow trim. Fairly simple and clean design.

Nottingham Forest

Yeah, so that’s great. Forest are back in the Premier League and have opted for a simple and clean look with their iconic red Garibaldi shirts. We assume there will be a sponsor added to this at some point.

Manchester City

Retro vibe for this Man City shirt and I like it. The brown trim is very different and it’s pretty cool to see City mixing it up a bit, as there’s not much you can do with all the blue shirts. The badge being in the middle of the jersey also gives it a retro feel.


The Bees have decided to keep the same home kit from 2021-22 for the 2022-23 season and hopefully this is the start of a trend in the Premier League. That’s great and honestly, do teams need new kits every season? Probably not. This Brentford home kit is also very distinctive.

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A very fresh and clean look and I like the brightness of the white symbols and logos. In a word, this kit looks very slick.

West Ham

That’s pretty snazzy isn’t it!? The paint/graffiti designs on the shoulders are there, but I like it. The collar is massive and does not look so comfortable.


Is it Southampton or Ajax? I’m just checking. The Saints usually play with red and white stripes, but they keep mixing things up every few years with their home kit and it’s pretty decent. Some fans wanted the reverse (the center stripe should be white with two red blocks on the outside) but that’s different and it works. Let’s talk about different: the away kit. Wow. It’s very out of the way, but the nod to the south coast is very cool. In England we would call it a Marmite kit because the spread has such strong opinions. Either you’ll love this outdoor kit or you’ll hate it.


Not bad at all. Simple. Clever. To clean. Big fan of the white collar and the pattern on the shirt is just the right amount of snazzy. Overall, a 7/10.

Leicester City

Its good. How are you. Not a big fan of the new slightly tall collar but other than that the blue is iconic and the gold for the Adidas badge and logo is a nice touch.

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The Eagles have opted for a slightly different look as it looks like toddlers who struggle to color between the lines have been left in charge of designing the away kit. You know what? That works. Their red and blue home kit and white, red and blue primary away kit are hard to mess up and that’s fine.

Newcastle United

For the home kit, there’s not much you can do with black and white stripes, but that’s fair, meh. The crew neck is cool but there’s a lot going on with the sponsors and I’m not sure about the blue color of the sponsor and the Castore logo. As for the third kit, the Saudi owners of Newcastle may have had their say on the colors and the design.


There’s a lot going on with this kit too. Patterns on the shoulder and stitches on the ribs are not really necessary and the sponsors stand out a lot. It is clear that the color is superb.