All The Best New Kits Ahead Of The New Football Season Ranked
Football is back people.
Yes, I know it feels like an eternity has passed since the Premier League finished on 12 May - but it really hasn’t been that long.
Over the last few months the majority of football fans have been patiently waiting for their teams to sign some new players - but a smaller section of us have been awaiting a very different reveal.
New kit drops are one of the biggest announcements in the calendar for some football fans, and if you’re anything like me you are constantly scouring Twitter for the merest mention of a brand new shirt.
Well with the football season starting imminently - here are some the best kits to have been revealed across Europe this summer. Oh yeah, and we’re giving you 10% off purchases with Kitbag. You’re welcome.
Say what you want about Arsenal not finishing in the top four last season, their kit game is on fire.
2. Inter Milan
Inter’s new away shirt is so fresh I’m struggling to sum it up. A definite purchase for any kit lover looking for something different to sport during Tuesday 5-a-side.
Arguably Europe’s biggest and best club - it’s only right that they have the shirts to match. This season’s Barça strips are a slight departure from recent years, but I can’t wait to see Messi and co strutting their stuff in these beauties.
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4. West Ham
I don’t think anybody really expected the Hammers to make this list, but I’m definitely in love with this season’s third kit. Pellegrini has been splashing the cash in the transfer market, and I’m pretty sure the big lure for players is wearing this spicy purple number.
So what will CR7 be wearing this season?
The answer: this white/coral beauty.
There’s a reason some things stay the same.
Monaco’s new shirt design might not be groundbreaking for the French club - but it’s a classic style that doesn’t need any alteration.
If that hasn’t got you excited for the new football season, then I’m not sure what will.