5 of the best 2018-19 Premier League kits
The 2018-19 Premier League season is well and truly underway and on top of all the great players and goals we’ve seen so far, the football kits have proven popular once again.
Worn by fans up and down the country, and particularly on matchdays, inside the stadiums, wearing your team’s colours is done with pride. The Premier League has some of the most recognisable and popular kits too. Here are five of our favourites:
1. Crystal Palace
The Southeast London club have certainly produced a fashionable shirt this year. Sticking with their traditional blue and red stripes, the fading effect of the red stripes certainly make this shirt unique. A yellow trim has been added around the collar and sleeves.
Crystal Palace haven’t fared too well in the Premier League of late but there’s certainly no shame in their fans wearing this season’s attractive shirt. The pattern could also make a pretty attractive jumper or even be used to create custom hoodies online.
Marco Silva has got Everton playing some attractive football of late as they push for a European finish. They’ve been doing it an attractive kit too. Reminiscent of shirts from yesteryear, the Toffees play in a textured royal blue with a double-buttoned collar this season.
The traditional Umbro design are on the sleeves… but disappointingly, so is “Angry Birds”.
Fellow Merseyside club Liverpool have also gone with a smart collar this season in their traditional red shirt. New Balance have put together a shirt fitting for the football that Jürgen Klopp’s side have been playing this season – attractive.
Expect many more of these shirts to be sold during the course of the season as Liverpool continue to battle Manchester City for the Premier League title.
Chelsea have moved away from their plain blue shirt this season by adding some red and white lines across the front to bring the shirt to life. Whether it has anything to do with France winning the 2018 World Cup we don’t know, but it’s nice to look at whilst Maurizio Sarri’s side play attractive, attacking football.
The Blues missed out on a Champions League place last season but the Italian coach is doing his best to make sure it returns to Stamford Bridge next year.
Credit to Bournemouth for finding a sponsor that coordinates nicely with their red and black stripes – Mansion’s logo also consists of white and gold. Otherwise a simple design, sticking to their traditional red and black stripes.
The Cherries had made an excellent start to their 2018-19 campaign prior to back-to-back defeats before the international break. Eddie Howe’s side are well on course to avoid relegation once again and may be as ambitious as aiming for a top half finish.