Premier League kits 2023-24: Every new home, away and third strip
As Premier League sides aim to make a statement in their opening fixtures, all 20 teams have revealed their kits for the new season.
This page will keep you up to date with all the new home, away and third strips as they are released.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal surprised many by being the only club to give Manchester City a run for their money in the 2022-23 title race.
And next season the Gunners will draw inspiration from a new adidas kit that pays homage to their Invincibles 20 years on from their incredible unbeaten campaign.
While their away kit is a striking bright yellow design which features fluid black lines to represent the map of the Gunners' home borough of Islington in North London.
Arsenal's third kit is another bold adidas design taking inspiration from the iconic 1982-83 away jersey.
Sporting a mineral green base, combined with collegiate navy shoulders and off-white stylised crest and logos, it is a beautiful reinvention of a cult classic.
Inspired by the passion and pride of the home fans at Villa Park, Aston Villa's new 2023-24 home shirt design depicts a subtle print of soundwaves taken from supporters singing the Allez, Allez, Allez chant on a matchday.
The redesigned crest, which pays homage to Villa's 1982 European Cup-winning side, will appear on both their playing and training kits.
Villa's away kit features a unique design which aims to showcase the lions that have represented the club throughout its existence.
The shirt is a visual timeline print that tells the story of the Midlanders' proud journey from their foundation in 1874.
The third shirt design is a blend of contemporary graphic trends, featuring a stylised v-neck collar construction, off-shoulder contrast piping, underarm and side body mesh panels and a raglan sleeve design.
Bournemouth mark the completion of the South Coast club's 100th season in the Football League with a 2023-24 home shirt that moves back to a more traditional style, combining classic stripes with a pin stripe.
The Cherries will wear their new design on the opening weekend of the Premier League season, when Andoni Iraola takes charge of his first game at home to West Ham.
Bournemouth's away kit, created in partnership with Umbro, is inspired by the waves synonymous with the South Coast.
The shirt has a blue base with celestial and dark blue design and trimming.
Rounding off the three kits for 2023-24 season, the third strip is a modern twist on a cult classic from the late-90s.
The shirt looks back to one of the Cherries' most popular all-time offerings with an iconic bold yellow and navy blue making its return, having previously been worn by legendary names such as Ian Cox, Matt Holland and Steve Fletcher.
Brentford have gone against the grain by launching a new design which will serve as their home kit for both the 2023-24 and 2024-25 seasons.
On the launch of the Umbro jersey which incorporates the club's bee sting graphic with a red to black fade, chief executive Jon Varney said: "The two-year cycle not only ensures affordability for our fans but also aligns with our commitment to reducing waste and promoting a greener future."
According to their club statement, the Bees want their third strip to be "worn casually and socially, whether that is to the park, on holiday or on a night out."
The Umbro kit features a bold and bright design illustrating a close-up of the wing of a bee, an immediately recognisable connection between the kit and the club.
Nike have designed a Brighton home kit ready for the Seagulls' Europa League campaign next season, detailing classic blue and white stripes, featuring blue sleeves and a V-shaped collar.
A superb green and black away strip, meanwhile, will give fans plenty to boast about on the South Coast.
Ten years on since the colours made for a popular striped jersey, Seagulls supporters will be pleased to see a refreshed design.
Burnley are back in the big time and to celebrate, the Lancashire club have gone back to 1994 for inspiration.
The new Umbro design for 2023-24 mimics the shirt worn by the Clarets in their play-off final victory over Stockport.
Vincent Kompany's side will wear a vibrant yellow design on the road, in an Umbro kit which aims to give a modern and clean vision for the new campaign.
The away shirt is a revision of a fan favourite from 1994.
Burnley have also released a third shirt for the 2023-24 season, with the blue design celebrating games under the lights at Turf Moor.
Chelsea are another club that have looked to years gone by for kit inspiration, with their 90s-themed royal blue Nike offering delighting fans.
However, while the initial shirt has been released without a main sponsor, the club notes that one may still be added at a later date.
The Blues' new away kit also takes inspiration from the 90s.
Featuring contrasting pitch blue and soar shades, as well as diamond geometric patterning, it will initially be sold without a sponsor on the front — just like the home jersey.
The West London club's third kit pays homage to their first ever shirt back in 1905.
The club wore the lighter shade of blue until they switched to their familiar darker blue in 1907.
Crystal Palace will celebrate their 11th consecutive season in the top flight when they take to the field in their new kit for the 2023-24 campaign.
The Macron strip has traditional red and blue halves with a subtle background detail — a silhouette of the original Crystal Palace, where the club was founded in 1861 and played from 1862.
Palace's away kit is an eye-catching amalgamation of the club's history and its ever-popular sash design from the 1970s, with the main colours — sky blue and white — harking back to the Eagles' origins from 1861.
The kit is completed with white shorts and white socks topped by a blue band.
The Eagles have also released their third kit, featuring South London-inspired graffiti.
For the first time in a decade, Everton's home shirt will feature a collar.
The design is also a nod to the classic hummel Denmark national team home shirt from their 1992 European Championship triumph, as part of a range of inspirations marking the brand's centenary year.
Their away kit offers a throwback to the 1990s and features coral and navy stripes in a nod to two fan-favourite strips.
The colour scheme and vertical stripes were taken from the away kit worn by the club from 1992 to 1994, while the change strip of the following two years — 1994 to 1996 — provides the inspiration for its bold, striking pattern.
Everton's third shirt celebrates Hummel's 100th anniversary with a design inspired by Danish manufacturer's classic 'half and half' jersey worn by their country at the 1986 World Cup.
Fulham's home shirt for the 2023-24 season provides a twist on the trademark white design.
The jersey has a striking black shoulder design, paired with the iconic adidas three stripes piping in red on the right arm and white on the left.
On the road, the Cottagers will step out in an all-shock-pink kit, with the shirt complemented with pink shorts and socks, black piping and the iconic adidas three-stripes throughout.
Fulham's suave change kit features light pink piping and a geometric design.
The shirt will be debuted when the London outfit travel to Manchester City on September 2.
Liverpool's new home shirt pays homage to legendary manager Bill Shankly's last campaign in charge of the Reds 50 years ago.
The vintage design, which sees a bright red jersey paired with a white collar and cuffs, was debuted in their final home game of the season against Aston Villa.
The Merseysiders' 2023-24 away kit meanwhile resembles the team's famous jersey from the 1995-96 season.
The shirt features a green and white quarter pattern with a black collar and cuff, updated with a digital effect treatment layering tonal greens to give it a modern twist.
The Reds have also dropped their third kit, which was first unveiled at the city’s historic Eventim Olympia in collaboration with BOSS Night in front of hundreds of fans.
Alisson, Missy Bo Kearns and Dominik Szoboszlai helped deliver the surprise reveal.
Luton's first season in the Premier League will see the Hatters wear a traditional orange shirt with a vertical white stripe and navy blue collar.
The Umbro design is completed by navy shorts and orange socks.
Meanwhile, the away kit sees a reversal of the two prominent colours to mark a season sure to go down in history.
Manchester City's new home shirt celebrates 20 years since they moved to the Etihad Stadium.
The jersey features a white V-neck collar, inspired by the first kit worn at the stadium in 2003-04.
The champions have also dropped their away kit, which is designed to celebrate the city of Manchester.
An all-over tonal graphic print gives the shirt a retro feel and draws inspiration from the archival weave patterns of the Citizens' home.
City launched their third kit in Tokyo, as part of their pre-season tour.
The PUMA design aims to embody the pulsating life and dynamism of the city of Manchester, featuring an electric spark pattern throughout.
British rapper Aitch revealed Manchester United's new home shirt for the 2023-34 campaign at Glastonbury — days before its official launch.
The boyhood United fan — real name Harrison James Armstrong — gave fans a full preview of the adidas shirt while performing at the music festival.
The strip features the iconic red rose in a geometric pattern, which was inspired by the bridge between Manchester and Salford that was built during the industrial revolution.
It aims to mark the connection fans have to the city's industrial legacy and how Mancunians have influenced the modern world.
Erik ten Hag's Red Devils are returning to a vertically striped away shirt nearly two decades after they first sported the design.
A base of green is accompanied by white blocks punctuated by maroon-red lines, which represent the famous red bricks of the city's architecture.
United's new third kit pays tribute to the 1909 FA Cup-winning team, with the jersey featuring the iconic Red Devil badge for the first time in 50 years.
The adidas design has a cloud white base and a red ribbed crew neck collar, combining football and streetwear in equal measure.
Newcastle's new kit will be the first to feature a Champions League badge in 20 years following the Magpies' fourth-placed Premier League finish.
The Castore-designed home shirt features the traditional black and white stripes alongside a 1980s-inspired collar.
Newcastle have also dropped their away kit, which is accompanied by the tagline "Here to Compete".
A green shirt with a tonal stripe design will be worn on the road alongside white or green shorts as the Tynesiders compete on four fronts next season.
The Toon Army have a new third kit to enjoy too, with a carbon and navy blue shirt featuring electric yellow trims.
Nottingham Forest unveiled their 2023-24 kits at a special launch event at Nottingham Castle.
The home shirt sees Forest restore their historic relationship with adidas, with a kit which aims to resemble the jersey worn in memorable European Cup wins in 1979 and 1980.
The East Midlands outfit's away strip pays homage to the River Trent, with wavy light blue stripes adorning the front of the shirt, aiming to represent the unwavering support and movement of fans around the country.
They also released their third shirt in quick succession, revealing a blue and orange number that will be worn in some away games next term.
Sheffield United's kit on their return to the Premier League pays homage to a shirt they wore in 1998.
The classic-meets-modern look designed by Errea embodies Sheffield's transformation from a city rooted in steel making to one that thrives on creativity, arts, technology and music.
The South Yorkshire club's away shirt brings back a colour associated with the 80s and early-90s, an era when the Blades rose from division four to the English top flight.
A yellow strip is complemented by a black and red collar and cuffs alongside yellow shorts with black trim.
For their third kit, the Blades have gone for a shirt inspired by Sheffield's steel making past, representing hard work and determination.
The Errea design features a light grey material overlaid with a steel pattern and is complemented by a red trim within the collar and along both sides of the torso.
Tottenham will ditch their navy shorts and socks and sport an all-white kit for the first time since the 2012-13 campaign.
Their new look is designed to capture the sounds of London N17 and the area's rich broadcasting history and Ange Postecoglou will be hoping for fans to bring the noise as he looks to guide the club back into the Champions League this season.
The away kit was released the day before the Premier League campaign kicked off and was in action for the club's opening game at Brentford.
Tottenham are sticking with their theme of one colour for the entire strip, with a dark blue shirt accompanied by shorts and socks in the same shade.
Spurs have also released their third strip, which is a beige colour and will be available to fans on September 1.
The Nike product will be on display for the first time against Fulham in the Carabao Cup second round as Postecoglou looks to continue his impressive start at the club.
Europa Conference League winners West Ham have played things safe with a traditional offering.
The kit's standout feature is the incorporation of some understated bubbles in a nod to the East Londoners' traditional matchday anthem.
West Ham have also dropped their away strip for the new season, which is an elegant all-white design combined with subtle elements of claret and blue.
The Umbro kit explores the story of the Hammers' style of play, a pioneering approach crafted in Cassettari's Cafe on Barking Road near the famous old Boleyn Ground back in the 1950s.
The East Londoners' third kit is inspired by the emblematic floodlight design at the London Stadium and features a triangulated lattice pattern on an all-navy strip.
It also seeks to recognise the famous European nights that led the club to the Conference League final in Prague and allows fans to wear a piece a of history.
Wolves' old gold strip features a pinstripe pattern which harks back to the historical days of the 1980s and club legends such as Andy Gray, Mel Eves and Kenny Hibbitt.
The shirt enjoy a two-colour v-neck collar construction and ribbed cuff, while the side split at the hem aims to provide ease of movement.
The West Midlanders' 2023-24 away kit features a pattern said to be inspired by Mediterranean architecture.
The bespoke Castore design aims to give the Molineux club's southern European players a taste of home, reflecting the tile patterns found around the Iberian Peninsula.
Gary O'Neil's side have also released their third kit featuring an abstract graffiti-style print that provides a new look for Wolves this season.