This is the new Man City jersey 2020/21, Manchester City’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new MCFC home shirt was officially unveiled on July 16, 2020.
The top features a mosaic design that draws inspiration from the ones located in Manchester’s northern quarter. The blue and white mosaic shirt will be paired with white shorts and blue socks, but there’s also an option for City to wear blue home change shorts. The design doesn’t extend to the reverse of the shirt, which is plain but has the “CITY” wordmark on it. Continue reading
This is the new Burnley fourth shirt 2020, a special edition one-off kit to be worn by the Clarets for their clash away at West Ham later today (July 8, 2020). With the Premier League deeming that their green third kit couldn’t be worn against David Moyes’ men, kit manufacturers Umbro have come up with this white jersey for this Round 34 clash at the London Stadium.
These are the new Southampton kits 2020/21, Saints FC’s new home and third jerseys for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Under Armour, the new Saints FC strips were officially unveiled on July 8, 2020.
Both new shirts feature a sash design as part of the club’s 135th anniversary- Saints had them in their kits back in 1885. The home jersey is predominantly red with a white sash, and will be paired with black shorts and red socks.
The third top is white with a red sash, and will be an all-white affair, set to be paired with white shorts and socks. The club have also unveiled two goalkeeper jerseys- one yellow and the other pink. Both strips have the words “We March On” inside the neck, as can be seen in the pics below. LD Sports remain principal shirt sponsors.
Southampton’s new away kit for 2020/21 is expected to be released next month (August) Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea away kit 20/21, CFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new Chelsea away jersey was officially unveiled on July 7, 2020 and will make its onfield debut in the Blues’ league clash against London rivals Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park later today.
The new away jersey has an element of similarity in design to the home kit that was released on July 1. It features an arctic blue base and is an attempt to merge traditional London tailoring with the style, energy and creativity of the newer players coming through the ranks at Stamford Bridge. The design extends to the back of the jersey, as can be seen in the pics below.
The shirt again features 3 as sponsors and will be paired with arctic blue shorts and darker socks. Continue reading