These are the new West Ham kits 2019/20, WHUFC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new uniforms were officially unveiled on May 30, 2019. As mentioned by us, the kits- the white away one in particular, are a nod to the 1980 FA Cup winning side. The Double Diamond brand inked a contract extension with the Hammers earlier this month, taking them till the summer of 2023.
The new strips have been launched by Umbro using the slogan- “Then. Now. Forever. Inspired by the Class of 1980”
The club have also unveiled two goalkeeper shirts- one green (home) and yellow (away) that will be worn by Lukas Fabianski under the sticks. Continue reading
These are apparently what are the new West Ham kits for the 2019/20 Premier League season. Spotted by an eagle eyed reader on social media, these pics do look like the real deal, with the design hinting at a tribute to the side that won the 1980 FA Cup against Arsenal.
After a tough start to the season, where they lost their opening four games, the Hammers bounced back to finish 10th in the league. Given the level of investment they had made in the summer, they would’ve perhaps envisaged finishing a little higher, but it was nevertheless a decent performance from Manuel Pellegrini’s charges. Continue reading
These are the new Brighton kits 2019/20, Brighton and Hove Albion’s new jerseys for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new BHAFC tops were officially unveiled on 28 May, 2019. The Seagulls managed to stay in the top flight, but choose to part company with manager Chris Hughton.
The new home shirt features BHAFC’s traditional stripes but with a distorted design, paired with blue shorts and white socks. The away kit is an all black creation from the Nike stable. The 18/19 green strip will serve as the club’s third kit this season. Green will also be the primary colour of the club’s new goalkeeper uniform, as can be seen in the pics below.
American Express remain principal shirt sponsors for the 19/20 season. Continue reading
These are the new Leicester away kits 2019/20, Leicester City’s new alternate uniforms for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new LCFC away strips were officially unveiled on May 24, 2019.
The club have chosen to release two away kits- one pink and another dark grey, but have opted to refer to both as “away kits”, instead of labelling one of them as their third uniform.
The pink away jersey (based on the Campeon template) is paired with dark shorts and pink socks. Both away uniforms have King Power as their primary shirt sponsor. The Foxes had unveiled their 2019/20 home kit a fortnight ago. Continue reading
These are what appear to be Arsenal’s new shirts for the 2019/20 Premier League season. It was leaked on social media and sent to us by an eagle eyed reader, and do appear to be the real deal (modelled by the club’s star strikers Aubameyang and Lacazette)
The Gunners are currently outfitted by Puma, but will have a change of manufacturer next season, with Adidas taking over beginning 2019/20. This pic appears to show that they will wear yellow on the road next season. Continue reading
These are the new Southampton kits 2019/20, Saints’ new home, away and third shirts for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Under Armour, the new Southampton strips were officially unveiled on 17 May, 2019.
The new Southampton home shirt features the club’s red and white stripes, but with black detailing around the shoulders and the cuffs. The new away kit is a grey and volt creation from the UA stable, while a white one will serve as the club’s second alternate/third jersey.
All three new kits will be sponsored by LD Sports– the first of a three year deal inked with the company. Virgin Media will now appear as a sleeve sponsor. Continue reading
This is the new Manchester United home kit 2019/20, MUFC’s new home strip for the 19/20 Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new Man United jersey was officially unveiled on 16 May, 2019 by the Red Devils.
The new kit pays homage to United’s famous treble winning year of 1999, when they won the Premier League, FA Cup and the Champions League. The timing of the two extra time goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that saw them come from behind to clinch victory over Bayern Munich (90+1 and 90+3) are seen on the sleeves of the jersey. At the bottom are the words “Treble Winners” and the venue and date of their famous UCL triumph (26 May, 1999 in Barcelona).
The jersey also features a commemorative crest, inspired by the shield worn by that treble winning team.
David de Gea will wear a purple jersey in goal- a colour that’s a throwback to Peter Schemichel’s uniform in the 1998/99 season. Continue reading