Premier League kits: new strips for 2022/23 | Soccer News
The 2021/22 Premier League season may not be over yet, but that’s not stopping clubs from unveiling their new kits for the 2022/23 campaign.
The dawn of each new season brings with it new hope on the pitch and new threads in the kitbag. For Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal, containing that excitement before the end of this season has proven too difficult a task.
From retro designs to bold graphic prints, keep track of all the new looks as they come out…
Arsenal’s adidas 2022/23 home kit features the striking addition of a collar and new lightning bolt accents.
The Gunners will wear the kit for the first time in their final Premier League game of the 2021/22 season against Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday May 22.
Five pounds from every shirt sale made by Arsenal will be donated to the Arsenal Foundation, the club’s charity which supports local community initiatives.
Brentford already announced last November that they will continue to wear the same home kit they wore in their historic debut Premier League campaign in 2021/22.
Liverpool unveiled their new Nike home kit for the 2022/23 season in early May.
The red home jersey is described as drawing inspiration from the attitude of ‘Scouse solidarity’, with a bold, no-frills design reflecting ‘the mentality of its people’. It features intricate YNWA detailing on the reverse of the sleeve to represent the strong bond between the fans and the club.
A 97 emblem surrounded by the eternal flames sits proudly on the back of the neck in memory of the children, women and men who lost their lives in the Hillsborough tragedy. The change from 96 to 97 is in recognition of Andrew Stanley Devine, the 97th person unlawfully killed following the Hillsborough disaster.
Manchester City’s home kit for the 2022/23 season features a special tribute to legendary figures from the club’s history.
The City badge has been moved to the center of the sky blue PUMA stripe with a maroon border, in a nod to the iconic kit worn by late club legend Colin Bell when he guided the Blues to the Premier League title in 1967/68.
City supporters will be able to have Bell’s name printed on the jersey, in addition to other legendary characters Francis Lee and Mike Summerbee.