New season, new jerseys. The 2016/17 Premier League season will kick-off this weekend, and Soccer365 takes you to a tour showcasing the home jerseys for all the 20 participating teams. Right now most of them are available at World Soccer Shop (while supplies last), and some may come in the future, so be sure to check the links for each club.
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The Gunners remain true to their tradition with a sleek red jersey with white sleeves. The new Arsenal home jersey draws inspiration from key players, managers and moments from the 90s and adds subtle blue details, an unique V-cut collar and a tonal stripe on the front.
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Burnley make their return to the top tier of English Football with a solid home jersey that showcases their iconic claret and light blue colors. A modern woven pattern on the fabric create a shinning effect that will be a standout on English fields this year.
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Bournemouth will battle through another year at the Premier League with a classy design with polo collar and their iconic red and black stripes. White trimming on the shoulders and cuffs help highlight the player’s figure.
Chelsea will try to bounce back with a bold home jersey that sees their lion taking over the front panel and sleeves to show their club pride. This will be the last of a generation of adidas jerseys, as both sides mutually agreed to end their relationship at the end of the 2016/17 season.
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This year, the Crystal Palace home jersey will take a departure from the usual striped design and replace it with a central thick blue stripe and using red for the sides and sleeves of the shirt. Surely a bold move by the club and Macron.
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Umbro has done it again. Everton will defend it’s home with a jersey inspired by Goodison Park itself. Yellow details come together with the traditional blue and white combination and an embossed pattern that resembles the geometric designs in the stadium.
Related: Everton unveil 2016/17 away jersey.
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The surprising champions of the 2015/16 season will defend their title in an elegant home shirt bathed in glory. V-neck with slopes, woven stripes on the front and golden detailing is the formula that celebrates the Foxes’ dream come true that they must validate this year.
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Liverpool will never walk alone with their iconic red home jersey, imbued with the spirit of Anfield and their fans. Yellow returns for the main details, while a one-button henley collar creates a classic look for a traditional club. A very subtle pattern of horizontal stripes on the front panel gives a modern touch to this conservative shirt.
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Manchester City FC:
A new era has begun for the Citizens, and they made sure to celebrate in style the arrival of renowned manager Pep Guardiola by unveiling their new home jersey in a fan fest. It is the first one to showcase the redesigned Manchester City badge and one of the few to use the innovative Vapor Aeroswift technology by Nike.
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Manchester United FC:
The Red Devils are headed in a new direction with the arrival of Jose Mourinho and world class stars Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba. However, they’re determined not to forget their origins, and that’s why their 2016/17 home jersey featured a halves design inspired by Newton Heath, the club that was bound to become Manchester United.
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The Boro is back to the Premier League, and the bold design of their new home jersey is an statement of their intentions to remain there for a while. Red serves as main color for the shirt body, while white and blue are combined in the v-cut neck and a wide diagonal panel on the lower part.
Another returning side are Hull City (or Hull Tigers, as their owner insists to call them), who spent one season in the Championship. Their iconic orange and black stripes are present once again in their home jersey, featuring white accents on the unique collar and sleeve cuffs that result in quite a modern look by Umbro.
Stoke City FC:
The iconic Stoke City red and white stripes are re-edited by new sponsor Macron. A classy-looking home jersey shows the club’s identity perfectly while also giving the Potters an imposing presence on the field.
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The Saints became part of the Under Armour teams in Europe, and their new home jersey is the first of seven from their partnership with the American brand. Five red stripes on the front represent the club’s five core values, while a white block on the chest creates a modern twist for the Southampton iconic look.
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The Black Cats revealed a simple yet elegant home jersey that boasts their traditional red and white stripes with additional gold detailing for the neck and adidas branding. Dafabet logo will adorn the front of the new Sunderland home jersey.
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Swansea signed a new partnership with Spanish brand Joma, and their latest home shirt returned to the basic all-white look that the Swans fans love above anything else. The buttoned henley collar with internal black stripes stands out and gives a modern touch to an otherwise very traditional jersey.
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The Spurs want to be back in the title race following their break-out performance last year. Their 2016/17 home jersey shows their youthful and daring spirit in a modern combination of white, navy and – for the first time in their history – golden trimming.
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Watford launched a classic home shirt for their 2016/17 Premier League participation. Yellow dominates on a jersey adorned by black and red detailing with polo collar and woven pinstripes on the fabric. It is the first Watford shirt by Canadian brand Dryworld.
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The new West Bromwich Albion home jersey sports their iconic navy and white stripes, now combined with sky blue detailing on the collar, adidas logo and the three stripes on the sides. The Baggies revealed their new shirt with a flash mob in the streets of West Bromwich.
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West Ham United:
Last, but not least, West Ham United FC. The Hammers bid farewell to Boleyn Ground and moved into the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and to mark this important event their crest has been modified to remove the iconic towers from their old stadium. This new badge is seen on their new home jersey, a classy and traditional design by Umbro.
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Which one is your favourite EPL jersey? Let us know in the comments bellow. Visit the Premier League hub at World Soccer Shop to gear up ahead of the start of the new season!