Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018

Each 2018/19 Premier League new kit rated: Liverpool terrible, but Manchester United breathtaking

Fans are eagerly preparing for the new Premier League season, which starts next month.

Every club in the league is in the process of unveiling new kits before returning to preseason – here are all


The Arsenal home jersey is of course the classic red and white, so it's hard to do it wrong.

It's rather simple and simple, but probably will not work (19659002) The red pulse design in the middle is not very pleasing to the eye, and the red armbands could be implemented to address the lack of leadership among the arsenal players balancing by giving each the captain's armband

Rating: 4/10

Arsenal is always one for extravagant away jerseys, and they have not disappointed this year.

It is definitely an improvement over the blue of last year's strip. But not much better …

The darker blue is more attractive to the eye than last year, but it also has a strange eggplant pulse pattern on the chest and really does not tick boxing.

The Gunners seem to have tried to make it more "arsenal" by introducing a red ribbon on their socks that just appears out of place.

Rating: 5/10


Bournemouth & # 39; s. 39 & Itemid = 32 The retro umbro stripe on the sleeves can be seen in all of their sets for the new season, as we've already seen at Derby County, but they work against the grit and not too well.

Apart from the sleeves, the kit looks really nice and is very smart with the red and black through the shorts and socks.

All in all, it's a decent kit

Rating: 7/10

The cherries' kit follows a similar trend and uses a range of colors that are very good harmonize with each other.

Similar to the home jersey, it is striped, but with two different shades of white that appeal to the eye.

The blue shorts and the blue socks are also great for embroidery on the crest and logo, and the orange tones look classy.

Rating: 9/10

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Cardiff City

The home strip of the Premier League is one of their finest.

It's simple, stylish and classic, and the faded stripes complement that.

The goalkeeper's number is really unappealing, and the club had a catastrophe when he created it.

A solid kit for the outfield players, but nothing too extravagant.

Rating: 7/10

Cardiff's away shirt is on the other side of the scale, and fans are not particularly pleased.

Let's just say, I can understand why …

It's a predominantly gray top with the three blue stripes of Adidas shoulders, but at least the goalkeeper's stripe is slightly better.

The gray is divided into checkered and horizontal stripes, which is a real mix and gives a rather bleak feeling. Perhaps the Bluebirds are already preparing for a bad season …

Rating: 3/10


Chelsea's new home shirt is the first Nike to date In the 1980s, the club was more used to red, white and blue pin-stripes.

It has this classic feel, but with a modern interpretation that is reflected from the shirt to the socks.

A real sharp-looking gear and one that Chelsea fans should be proud of.

Rating: 9/10

Chelsea's away kit is a nice throwback to her old yellow away kit. It's pretty stylish, especially with the blue edge, and should prove to be a winner – even if the yellow shorts make it a bit simpler.

Rating: 7/10

Crystal Palace

19659004] Crystal Palace's home jersey adheres to the red and blue colors that are synonymous with the club.

The Eagles have teamed up with Puma this season, but I'm not sure about the change.

Change isn & # 39; t always good and the fading vertical stripes are not tasteful. The firmer streaks we're used to seeing make for a better look.

Last year I was not a fan of the yellow ribbons on my sleeves and this time I feel the same.

However, red and blue always look good on the field, and it's hard to screw up those historic colors that we see in Selhurst Park.

A kit that had great potential, but Puma did not show up

Rating: 5/10

The away kit is certainly better than last year.

Palace has returned the diagonal trim of 2016/17, but has mainly made the color white instead of pale yellow.

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of one of the most memorable seasons in club history, Terry Venables' exciting young team won the league's first division promotion.

A simpler look for the plain white of 2017/18

Rating: 7/10


The new Everton home shirt looks classic and a fan should be happy. Umbro consulted with thousands of Everton supporters over 15 months to help shape the design of the 2018-19 kit and it seems it paid off.

Everton Blue takes up most of the shirt, which also has a collar and a collar has two buttons. I'm not sure if these two additions are made for a football top, but it still looks pretty good. However, the massive Angry Birds logo adds some professionalism

Rating: 6/10

Your away shirt has a bright pink trim that works pretty well on the black shirt. It's a bit reminiscent of last season's Arsenal away shirt, but the Umbro trim and pinks add a unique twist. A beautiful set

Rating: 9/10


Fulham's 18/19 home jersey, designed with Adidas, is inspired by the successful clubs of the late 1990s. [19659002] Mainly white, the shirt's otherwise sleek appearance is compromised by a large black horizontal stripe on the front of the shirt.

The Dafabet brand logo is first introduced in the Team Kit, and luckily its subtle white logo sitting in the black stripe does not distract from the shirt, as previous Fulham sponsors have done.

Three black stripes on the sleeve, black shorts and white socks complete the look.

Rating: 6/10

The Cottages Away Jersey is made in rich colors, with the bright yellow color of the Dafabet branding contrasted with the navy blue background of the shirt.

Two shades of navy are combined by a checked pattern Pattern that gives the shirt a rounded look that gives it a dynamic look In addition comes the white stitching on the collar and the white stripes on the sleeves.

Fulham's shorts are similar, navy and complemented by white accents, which makes the kit look sleek and modern overall.

Rating: 7/10

Huddersfield Town

This is Huddersfield Town's first kit after logging in with Umbro and wearing the Terrier logo on the shirt.

It's a simple but noble effort. The sponsor logo does not cut too much away from a fancy shirt

Rating: 6/10

The away shirt follows a similar pattern to Bournemouth's home shirt as both are Umbro.

Red and black stand out and it's a pretty solid shirt. Review: 6/10

Leicester City

Leicester's kit shows strong similarities with last year. However, they have switched from Adidas to Puma, and the contrast between the three white adidas stripes and the royal blue looks glamorous.

The diagonal blue lines next to the golden trimming create an extra structure that was not seen last season. The shirt has also changed from a buttoned collar to a V-neck, which in my opinion looks a lot better personally.

Rating: 7/10

The Cardiff away shirt was not great, but this one is even worse. It's a very similar look to the gray, both checkered and horizontally striped. A dark gray makes the set seem even bleaker and the orange Adidas stripes that make it more alive do not work at all.

Probably the worst kit I've had for 2018/19 in Prem.

Rating: 1/10


Liverpool has once again become a collared shirt, of course with a predominantly red feel.

The use of different colored red stripes liven up the kit around the extra notch and look as professional as ever. A great work from New Balance.

Rating: 8/10

Vibrant is an understatement. Liverpool will have to win something this season to win this game. It is light violet and I am light purple. Maybe it will help Loris Karius to give the ball to a Liverpool player instead of a Real Madrid …

Although it is unbelievably bright and will remain alive in memory, it is not so terrible, could be Leicester.

Rating: 3/10

Manchester City

Man's Man's Shirt is the classic that the club has used over the years.

The white shorts and midnight socks bring you back to the club winning their first championship title in 1936/1937 and 1998/99, which many consider a turning point in modern club history.

There is a mix of modernity and history throughout the outfit that really looks like the role of a defending champion.

Traditional city colors, paired with blue speed stripes on the arms, give it an extra edge.

Rating: 8/10

Manchester United [19659111] Manchester United has now released its home jersey for the ne

And it's a bit different than what you'd normally expect from Adidas ,

The jersey marks 140 years since the founding of the club with a railway graphic that points to Newton Heath. Black shorts complete the look.

It's pretty average all around and the barcode lines do not do it for me.

Rating: 5/10

However, this is the third kit

It's inspired by the 50th anniversary of United's historic first European Cup victory and offers a glorious glimmer that's on this season the field will look like.

The navy blue jersey reminiscent of the royal blue jersey They were worn by Sir Matt Busby's men in their victory over Benfica at Wembley in May 1968, and Adidas did a masterful job.

It was also created by Parley Ocean Plastic in partnership with Parley for the Oceans to create awareness on the subject of plastic in our oceans.

My favorite phrase from the Premier League clubs.

Rating: 10/10

Newcastle United

Newcastle have simultaneously unveiled their new home strip time as their new midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng.

You can only look at the shirt Although it looks classic, I can not help thinking that it looks identical to last year's.

It even has the same red font on the back of the shirt and although the black and white stripes are a classic love, to see the massive logo on the front does not do it any favors.

Rating: Because it has barely changed, I give him a 4/10.

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