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A Selection Of Some Of The New Kits That Have Been Leaked So Far This Summer

A Selection Of Some Of The New Kits That Have Been Leaked So Far This Summer
By Gavin O'Callaghan
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Out with the old and in with the new, and it feels like kits become old way too quickly these days. The latest batch are starting to appear on the racks in sports shops around the nation, and in recent years it seems that kits that have yet to be released are leaking more and more often.

Footyheadlines are generally spot on with their kit leaks so here's just a little round of the up of a few of the big teams, and more interesting designs that will be gracing your tv screen for next season.


The home kit is blue and that's about it. Doesn't even seem to be a bit of white trim, of course you can expect the blue shorts and white socks to accompany.

Their 3rd kit looks to be a little more adventurous and although we've yet to see pictures of the away we are pretty confident it's going to be white.


Liverpool's home has already been released and got a run-out against Middlesbrough and it's a belter. Between this and Celtic's effort by New Balance we can have high expectations of the new Republic of Ireland shirt to be made by them next coming out in September.

The away kit should be released any day now, and it's a lovely nod to the shirt they wore in the 95/96. It's good to see them dabble in a bit of green every now and then although general opinion is mixed.

The 3rd kit is also reportedly orange, although this is the only image we've seen so far of it.



Man City

A bit like Chelsea's Nike have kept it simple with the home kit with the only notable difference from this seasons shirt being the sleeves no longer being navy.

Their away kit is somewhat different, although it's not clear from the photos whether it is a traditional maroon colour or purple altogether, it's certainly different from the norm.

Man United

For the home it seems Adidas have gone back to the traditional stripes on sleeve. This is quite a smart take on the classic kit, black shorts and white socks would be a great addition.

United's away kit has been released and it's another nice nod to a kit of the past.


Their 3rd kit however would have been boycotted by Sir Alex if he was still in charge as it's the dreaded ''crowd colour'' that makes players invisible to their teamates. The Holy Trinity at the bottom of the shirt is a nice nod to the players of old it must be said.


Spurs have dropped Under Armour to go with Nike this season and it appears this is their reward. After seeing Chelsea's. City's and England's Nike shirts there was a fear that this was going to be a plain white t-shirt but there seems to be some effort put into the design. We've yet to hear anything about the away effort.


Moving out of England and on to the European teams, Barca have officially unveiled their new home strip to go with their new manager and it seems they're losing a chunk of red this year.

Their away kit is purple while their 3rd is going to be a nod to their outrageous green 1995 shirt that couldn't look any more 90s if it tried.

Real Madrid


We doubt there will be any shocks with Los Blancos' home effort as there never is, but here is the rumoured black away shirt.

Bayern Munich

Bayern's home has already got a runout, and to be fair to them they 're good for a switch up between red, white stripes or navy stripes so there's always a bit of variation with them. This one is based on their iconic 1974 kit.

Their rumoured away kit is very original, going for navy with a red hoop.

Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund kits always sell well, and this should be no different. Like Bayern they can switch through stripes, plain and this year hoops without it feeling like a break from tradition. But to promote the 'Dortmund' brand they will never have a colour other than white or black for their away shirt which will at least narrow the speculation.


The rumours were through and the new logo will most certainly appear on the shirts. It's still early days for people to fully decide if we approve or not as a few years down the line nobody will know any better. But no shocks with the home kit for Juve while they're going back to their yellow away shirts which have featured prominently throughout their history.

AC Milan

They only scraped into Europa League this year, and after a predominantly black kit they've balanced it out a bit more for next season. They've also gone for the usual white away kit.

Inter Milan

Nike have done a bit of a Barca on Inter by giving them the 'barcode' stripes. It's certainly an innovative way of making blue and black stripes less boring, but not sure how the fans will take to it.

See Also: Borussia Dortmund Unveil Slick New Jersey, But Gladbach Are Not Happy


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