Arsenal, Bournemouth, Brighton and Hove Albion, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Huddersfield Town, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Southampton, Stoke City, Swansea City, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Bromwich Albion and West Ham released their new season’s jersey and is now competing to be the fans favorite English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18.
The new season of Premier League 2017-18 is starting with lots of expectation and excitements, and with the hope of all the clubs will perform their very best in the new season. Like every season of EPL, this new season also comes with a whole new set of jerseys for each of the participating clubs. And each jersey is set to display the true nature and grand history of the clubs with a modern twist. It’s the attire of the player by which we know which are the two competing teams playing with a blink of an eye. It is the jersey that sets apart the team from the opponents. The jersey sponsors along with the team put their best effort to create something unique in the new season. And the new season’s jerseys of all the English Premier League clubs are set to amaze the fans. So here goes the full detail of English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18.
- English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18
- Brighton and Hove Albion
- Crystal Palace
- Huddersfield Town
- Leicester City
- Lever Pool
- Liverpool’s new home jersey comes with the Rich red color and is introduced as a part of the ‘Pure Liverpool FC’ campaign to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the club. The home shirt features the dates ‘1892’ and ‘2017’ on either side of the Liver bird badge and is made by New Balance. The away jersey is inspired by Liverpool’s first jersey that they wore in 1892 but also has a distinct similarity with the 1995-96 kit of The Reds.
- Manchester City
- Manchester United
- Newcastle United
- Stoke City
- Swansea City
- Tottenham Hotspur
- West Bromwich Albion
- West Ham United
English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18
20 teams will participate in the new season of Premier League 2017-18. The football world will see 17 clubs from last season along with 3 promoted team from the first division will compete for the clubs. Brighton and Hove Albion, Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town were promoted to EPL this season and are ready to surprise with their great effort in the League. So the fans will see 20 sets of brand new jerseys in the new season.
Arsenal’s deeper and more historic red home jersey is the perfect combination of rich heritage and modern design. Puma used their powerCELL next-to-skin layers technology which works with body’s natural systems. A small cannon is printed on the back of the jersey to celebrate the first occasion where the Gunners have the Canon print on their kit. Arsenal’s new jersey for season 2017-18 features a collar this season.
Bournemouth signed a new five-year partnership deal with Umbro and released their first home jersey with the kit sponsor in traditional red and black strip. The new kit has stacked diamond logo on the shoulder panels. It also comes with mesh underarm panels to give more breathability thus adding more comfort. The home kit 2017-18 has a large Mansion sponsor logo in front, the club’s crest on the chest and ‘AFCB’ on the rear neck yoke.
Brighton and Hove Albion
Brighton and Hove Albion recently released their jersey for the new season and is one of the best English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18. Nike made the shirt in a classic blue and white striped design perfectly balanced with modern technology. The 2017-18 seasons’ jersey comes with “Dri-FIT” technology. The new kit of the club features much thinner stripes across the sleeve of the jersey with yellow trim.
New season’s jersey of Burnley comes with traditional claret and blue colours of the club while having Dafabet as their main sponsor. The new home jersey features a button-up collar and has a Puma badge on the right side of the chest. The jersey also features halftone Ascension sleeve graphic with circular patterns which gives it a contemporary look. Burnley’s jersey is made with Lightweight polyester and features moisture-wicking technology.
The new home jersey of Chelsea is designed based on 1970’s shirt and features club’s formation year ‘EST. 1905’ on the left sleeve. The home shirt is all-blue with a round-neck collar having ‘Chelsea’ printed on the back of the neck. The new away jersey is white which comes with a soft silver hue as a tribute to their recent Premier League victory. Nike made the kit for the first time after signing a recent £60m-a-year deal with the club.
The home jersey of Crystal Palace for season 2017-18 comes with traditional red and blue stripes. The shirt is made by Macron and features five boroughs at the heart of South London on the back of the shirt. The home jersey has Crystal Palace F.C crest embroidered on left chest and on the back of the neck. While talking about the new kit Chairman Steve Parish quoted “We are incredibly proud of our South London roots and wanted to celebrate this in our new home kit design.”
The home kit of Everton’s new Premier League 2017-18 season features SportPesa for the first time as they recently signed the contract with the club. Everton’s new jersey is one of the best looking Premier League Jerseys 2017/18. The current season’s jersey by Umbro features classic diamond graphic running down the sleeves. The kit also has Dixie Dean motif on the back of the neck which was chosen by the fans poll in the Club’s official Fans’ Forum earlier this season.
Huddersfield Town’s home jersey for season 2017-18 comes with thick blue and white stripes. The kit sponsor Puma made the shirt with a button placket and ribbed collar. Puma also made some major changes in the jersey as they use a bubble effect rather than the traditional fade effect in the blue stripe of the kit. With some major changes in design, this jersey will definitely attract fan’s eyes on the ground.
Leicester City’s new season’s jersey comes with some major changes and comes with a new one-button collar design. The Premier League winner of 2015-16, The Foxes, launched the kit featuring gold sleeve details on both arms. The 2017-18 jersey features ‘Be Fearless’ caption. Puma made the new kit for Leicester City this year while King Power is having their logo in the front as the main sponsor of the club for the last eight years.
Liverpool’s new home jersey comes with the Rich red color and is introduced as a part of the ‘Pure Liverpool FC’ campaign to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the club. The home shirt features the dates ‘1892’ and ‘2017’ on either side of the Liver bird badge and is made by New Balance. The away jersey is inspired by Liverpool’s first jersey that they wore in 1892 but also has a distinct similarity with the 1995-96 kit of The Reds.
Manchester City’s new kit for season 2017-18 comes in the classic City blue colour and is one of the highest selling Premier League Jerseys 2017/18. The new shirt features a round neck with white trim. The single colour design gives the shirt a clean look. Nike made the jersey for the club while paying tribute to the 1967/68 English title-winning side. Manchester City’s new kit comes with the all new Nike Vapor technology.
Manchester United moved to the “Real Red” from their old two-tone design which gives the shirt a revamped classic look for the new season. It has the classic white 3 stripes on the shoulder and comes with Henley collar. Adidas used ventilated climacool fabric which will be worn during the club’s pre-season tour for the first time. The away kit of Manchester United, one of the Premier League Champions with 13 trophies, is based on 1990’s jersey but has a similarity with the 2015-16’s away shirt.
Puma designed the Newcastle United’s black-and-white-striped home jersey for season 2017-18 which features a commemorative crest to celebrate the 125th year of the club. This season’s jersey comes with the stylish strip crafted with ACTV tape technology. Newcastle United’s shirt lost its gold trim and now features thinner black sleeves to the body. The new kit is completed by the red lettering which makes it one of the best looking English Premier League Jerseys 2017/18.