This is the new Crystal Palace shirt 2019/20, CPFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Palace 19/20 home kit was officially unveiled today (May 12, 2019) on the eve of their game against Bournemouth at Selhurst Park. Palace won the fixture 5-3, thus creating a record for the joint highest scoring game in the Premier League this season. The Eagles are the fifth PL team to release their new 19/20 home kit.
The new Palace kit sees the return of white to the uniform, replacing yellow. Continue reading
This special Alisson goalkeeper shirt vs Barca saw Liverpool’s No.1 don a one-off alloy kit made by uniform partners New Balance for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Barcelona at Anfield last night.
With UEFA deeming that all of Liverpool’s regular goalkeeper strips clashed with either Barca’s away kit or the referee’s uniform, New Balance had to design a special jersey for the Brazilian. And judging by his performance and Liverpool’s stunning win on the evening, we reckon he’d like to wear it for the final in Madrid as well!
Alisson made several fine saves, including a great one to deny Jordi Alba on the stroke of half time, as the Reds hammered Barca 4-0 in one of the greatest ever European nights in Anfield’s history. Continue reading
This is the new Leicester City home kit 2019/20, LCFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas,the new Foxes uniform was officially unveiled on 7 May, 2019, thus making the Midlands outfit the fourth PL team to reveal their 19/20 shirt after Liverpool, Chelsea and Bournemouth.
The new LCFC home jersey features a chequered pattern on the front. The club have also unveiled thee different camo goalkeeper jerseys- black, gold and grey. The new kit also sees the return of white shorts to the outfield kit. Continue reading
This is the new Bournemouth kit 2019/20, AFCB’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new AFCB kit was officially unveiled on 2 May, 2019, making the Cherries the third PL club to do so after Liverpool and Chelsea.
Umbro have opted for a two tone jersey (the red on the sleeves is a little darker). The Mansion Group remain sponsors, with the goalkeeper jersey being a yellow and purple creation. The new home shirt will be worn by the club’s players when they take on Spurs this weekend. Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea home kit 2019/20, CFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. The new CFC home jersey was officially unveiled on May 1, 2019 by Nike, a few days after Liverpool became the first PL team to reveal theirs.
This new Chelsea shirt, at first glance, is perhaps not what you’d expect from a primary jersey. The design on the front is apparently inspired by Stamford Bridge, the Blues’ home ground.
Inside the back of the neck is a lion (taken from the club crest), with the words “Pride of London”. On the back of the shirt is “CFC” lettering. Blue shorts and predominantly white socks with red and blue trim complete the look of the new Chelsea 2019/20 uniform. Continue reading
This is the new Liverpool 2019/20 kit, LFC’s new home strip for the upcoming 2019-2020 Premier League season. Made by New Balance, the new LFC 19/20 uniform was officially unveiled on 18 April, 2019- the first Premiership club to do so.
The kit is a tribute to legendary Liverpool manager Bob Paisley, who was born in 1919. To mark 100 years of Paisley, the top features thin white pinstripes, that were first introduced to the uniform back in 1982/83, when Paisley managed the Reds.
The inside of the jersey also features Paisley’s signature.
Goalkeeper Alisson will be wearing a black jersey for the 2019/20 season. The jersey will officially go on sale on 9 May, 2019.
Standard Chartered remain principal shirt sponsors while Western Union appear on the sleeves.
Championship outfit Reading FC have announced a change in kit partners ahead of the 2019/20 season, with Italian firm Macron set to take over from Puma. The Royals have inked a three year deal with Macron, which will see them outfit Reading till the end of the 2021/22 season.
Puma have been Reading FC’s partners for nearly one and a half decades ago, having begun their association with the club back in the 2004/05 season. Reading wore Puma kits for the three seasons they were in the Premier League- 2006/07, 2007/08 and 2012/13. They came close to returning to the top flight in 2017, but lost in the playoff final to Huddersfield Town.
At the time of writing, Reading are 19th in the EFL Championship, with 42 points from 44 games.