• Manchester United's confirmed away jersey for next season (Manchester United)
We are at the climax of the 2016-17 Premier League season and all fans will soon switch their attention to focus on one thing: their club's kit for next campaign.
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17 May 2017 - 5:45 PM  UPDATED 17 May 2017 - 5:45 PM

Here are all the Premier League kits that have already been released, or leaked online, as at today, for the current 19 confirmed clubs in England's top flight next season.


While Arsenal are yet to officially release their home, away or alternate jersey for the 2017-18 campaign, Footy Headlines, who notoriously acquire the kit designs before they are officially released, have already distributed a host of leaked pictures. 


TBA - While Bournemouth are yet to release their 2017-18 jerseys, they announced late last month that they will be having a brand change for next season with Umbro replacing JD Sports.

Brighton and Hove Albion

In the Premier League for the first time, after finishing second in the Championship, Brighton and Hove Albion took to Youtube to launch their home kit for next season.


TBA - But it's been reported that Burnley's three kits will again be made by Puma for next campaign, pending any contract changes.


Chelsea with begin their massive £60million-a-year ($105 million-a-year) Nike kit deal next season, and here are their leaked jerseys according to the Blues' fanzine website, Breathe Chelsea.

Crystal Palace

TBA - But Crystal Palace kits will be reportedly made by Macron for at least one more season as the club are in the last year of a four-year contract.


The Toffees released their confirmed home kit for next season on Twitter this morning (AEST), with Umbro supplying the jerseys and a new front shirt sponsor - SportsPesa.

Leicester City

TBA - But it's been reported that Leicester's home, away and third / alternate kits will again be made by Puma.


Liverpool's confirmed home kit for next includes a darker red tinge and a redesigned badge to honour the club's 125th anniversary.

Meanwhile, the Reds' leaked away kit will be similar to the iconic white and green one they worse during the 1996 FA Cup final.

Manchester City

Manchester City's leaked home and away kits for next season won't shock too many fans, while their third jersey will reportedly include a similar camouflaged pattern to Chelsea's equivalent kit.

Manchester United

The Red Devils' leaked home jersey features a slight change, with the black and white detailing on the sleeves, while their reported third jersey was designed after Adidas reached out to Manchester United fans.

But it's their confirmed away kit, released on May 10, which has impressed supporters, with the black kit paying homage to the United jerseys of the early 1990s.

Newcastle United

Championship winners Newcastle United will celebrate a return to the Premier League with a special crest in their confirmed home jersey, to commemorate their 125th anniversary, and a new main sponsor - Fun88.


TBA - But it has been reported that The Saints' kits will again be made by Under Armour.

Stoke City

Stoke City confirmed their home and away kits for next season on May 11, which sees the Potters' home jersey stay with their traditional red and white colours in their Macron-produced kits.

Swansea City

TBA - But it has been reported that Joma, having taken over in 2016, will produce the Swansea City kits for the 2017-2018 season.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs, who are reaching the end of their five-year Under Armour agreement, will be using a Nike kit next season.

According to their leaked home jersey on Twitter, Tottenham's kit will be remarkably similar to England's latest one.


Watford have confirmed that they will leave behind controversial sponsor Dryworld to get kitted out by Adidas instead, with designs reportedly yet to be launched.

West Bromwich Albion

TBA - It has been reported, though, that West Brom will unveil their kit for next season at the end of May.

West Ham United

TBA - But Umbro have reportedly been confirmed to again be producing West Ham's home and away kits next campaign.