These are the new Wolves kits 2018/19, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ new home and away uniforms for the upcoming Premier League season. The new kits are the first to be produced for Wolves by Adidas as part of a new four year deal to replace Puma, and were officially unveiled on June 21, 2018 with the tagline “Old Gold New Challenge”. Continue reading
These are the new Southampton kits 2018/19, Saints FC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Under Armour, the new Saints uniforms were officially unveiled on 16 June, 2018, with two local junior sides chosen to debut the kits.
The club narrowly survived relegation in the 17/18 season, finishing three points Swansea despite having fewer wins than the latter.
The new home kit features stripes on the front, but with an all-red back, and will be paired with black shorts and red and black socks. Continue reading
Nearly two months after unveiling their new home kit for the 18/19 Premier League season, Liverpool have today (June 13, 2018) followed it up with the release of their secondary kit. Launched using the “This means More” tagline, the new away kit is a “deep violet” creation from New Balance, a colour last seen in the Reds’ third kit for the 2012/13 season. Continue reading
Eactly a month after unveiling their new home shirt, Chelsea have today (June 11, 2018) announced a new sleeve sponsorship deal with Hyundai that will see the Korean car maker appear on the Blues’ shirts beginning the 2018/19 Premier League season. The contract is for a period of four seasons (till 2022) and sees Hyundai replace Alliance Tyres, who were CFC’s sleeve sponsors in 2017/18.
This is the new Watford kit 2018/19, Watford FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made byt Adidas, the new WFC home shirt was officially unveiled on June 11, 2018. The club finished 14th in the Premier League in 2017/18 and chose to reveal the new kit on the same day that they announced the signing of Gerard Deulofeu from Barcelona.
Interestingly enough, Adidas have opted to give the Hornets a yellow and black striped design this season. Stripes are not what one would ordinary associate with Watford- more for clubs like Vitesse and Dresden perhaps, and there is no red trim either. The back is entirely yellow, with a small Hornet on the top.
Predominantly black shorts and socks complete the look of the new Watford strip. FXPro remain principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Huddersfield Town kit 2018/19, HTAFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new Town home kit was officially unveiled on 8 June, 2018. The uniform sees the return of the Terrier after a gap of nearly five decades on the home shirt (the current crest will however continue to exist).
The striped shirt, like other Umbro creations this season, sees the return of the diamond graphic on the cuffs. OPE Sports, with their new logo, appear on the front of the jersey while Leisu Sports will serve as sleeve sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Porto away kit 18/19, Portuguese champions FCP’s new primary change strip for the upcoming Primeira Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new Porto away kit was officially unveiled on June 7, 2018 by the club.
The away shirt is a “forest grey” creation from the NB stable with yellow detailing. Altice remain principal sponsors, with Super Bock appearing on the back. Continue reading
This is the new Arsenal away kit 2018/19, Arsenal’s new change strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma (rumoured to be their last season with the Gunners with Adidas supposedly taking over), the new alternate uniform was officially unveiled on 7 June, 2018, two weeks after the club’s new home strip was revealed.
The new Arsenal shirt is a dark blue creation from the Puma stable, with a diamond cut design on the front and heather-marl flecks on the sleeves. Continue reading