Premier League kits 2021/22

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Premier League kits 2021/22Premier League kits 2021/22

Premier League kits 2021/22

Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, Man City and Man Utd reveal kits for 2021/22; strips include a 'bolted pinstripe' detail, an 'abstract, kaleidoscopic design', a retro shirt 'ready for the future' and a retro offering inspired by a side that came to be nicknamed 'The Black Watch'Get more news about custom Manchester United soccer jersey,you can vist !

In partnership with adidas, Arsenal have unveiled their home kit for the 2021/22 season which challenges the orthodox surrounding the club's traditional shirt style.

The red body and white sleeves remain, but those iconic white accents also venture on the body of the kit, with white panels encasing the central red theme.The shirt, which has collegiate navy adidas stripes on the shoulders, is capped off by Arsenal's traditional white shorts and white socks.

Arsenal's new light yellow away strip for the 2021/22 season pays tribute to the 1971 Double winners, with the slogan "Inspired by the past, ready for the future".The current badge is replaced by the famous single cannon, which first graced the Arsenal shirt at the start of the 1921/22 season - a century ago.

There are intricate details to this design, with the club motto "Victoria Concordia Crescit" embroidered on the hem of the shirt, which is accompanied by yellow shorts and socks.

Arsenal's third kit features turquoise and navy lightning strikes with red accents, in a nod to Nike designs of the '90s. The shorts and socks are blue.

Aston Villa have launched their new home Kappa kit for the 2021/22 season, taking inspiration from the past success of the team through contrasted pinstripes within bigger vertical stripes.

The design features a double round neck and contrasted collar while the light blue sleeves and the bottom part of the shirts will feature a colour contrasted insert.Villa's Kappa away kit is inspired by the 40th anniversary of the club's historic European Cup triumph in 1982.

The club's unforgettable 1-0 win over Bayern Munich on a sweltering night at De Kuip Stadium in Rotterdam clinched the most prestigious prize in European football.