It feels like an eternity away, but the Premier League will be no time chugging around the corner. Ahead of the 2018/19 season we take a look at all the home Premier League kits that each club will be wearing come August. Be forewarned though, there are a lot of terrible sponsors.
Ranking All The Home Premier League Kits For 2018/19
This jersey looks like a GAA training top you'd get in the bargain basement at an O'Neill's sale.
I have nothing against the country of Malaysia or its people, but this sponsor is atrocious.
Very plain from the Seagulls and the American Express logo is fairly cumbersome.
16. Manchester United
Manchester United's kit for the new season looks like it's been dipped in oil.
Looks like a training top.
14. Tottenham Hotspur
Though marks should be given for innovation, Tottenham's navy fade isn't doing it for me.
13. Huddersfield Town
An otherwise sleek design is marred yet again by a bad sponsor.
Another sponsor nightmare.
10. West Ham
Hard to get West Ham's home shirt wrong, with Umbro playing is safe with their design.
Reminiscent of Fenerbache's jersey, Troy Deeney has never looked better.
Similar to Belgium's away kit in the World Cup, Wolves' home jersey is grand, but is spoiled slightly by the ungainly betting sponsor.
Noice! Under armour tweaking the shoulders slightly and the Virgin Media ties in well with the whole ensemble.
Straightforward from New Balance, and it's a winner.
A fine effort from Puma here, with the red/pink band on the sleeve an intriguing addition.
A simple effort from Adidas here, with the traditional shoulder stripes and gold trim.
First off, betting sponsors usually look shite on kits, but at least LaBa 360 had the good sense to incorporate Burley's colours into their design, even if it does mean having a betting chip on your chest.
2. Manchester City
You'll notice the sleeve design from France's gorgeous home jersey, and it works ever so well here also.
1. Crystal Palace
Wowzers. Crystal Palace's home kit is a clear winner here. Just look at that sexy fade, even the sponsor can't ruin Puma's outstanding effort.