Best Premier League football kits 2022/23

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The Premier League action is well and truly back underway, so we feel it's time to look at some of the best football kits for this season to help you build out your collection.

Most teams have dropped their full kit lineup now, so we've compiled a list of our favourites based on their designs and any historical meaning behind them.


If any more jerseys are released during the season, we will be sure to update this list if any make the cut. For instance, Manchester City debuted a Chinese New Year strip relatively recently, thus showcasing how new jerseys can debut all-year round.

For now, though, we've focused our attention on some of the standout jerseys currently available, like Manchester City's away kit and rivals Manchester United's collared home kit which, in our opinion, is one of the best football kits we've seen so far this season. With that in mind, let's get into our list of the best Premier League football kits...

Best Premier League football kits

Manchester United adidas Home Kit

Manchester United adidas home kit product image of a red shirt with a white collar.
Credit: Manchester United

With its vintage collar reminiscent of some of the best retro kits from the past, Manchester United's new adidas home kit is certainly one of the best we've seen from the Premier League so far.


The collar is something that has been synonymous with Manchester United kits over the years. However, this time around, it features a red geometric "M" pattern in reference to last year's third-choice strip.

With a new manager and a stunning new kit, there's certainly a lot to look forward to as a Manchester United fan over the course of the 2022/23 season.

Manchester City PUMA Home Kit

Manchester City PUMA home kit product image of a light blue kit with a burgundy collar and cuffs.
Credit: Manchester City

Manchester United's city rivals also have a pretty great home kit for the 2022/23 season that pays tribute to club legend Colin Bell and the entire 1967/68 team with the inclusion of the burgundy collar and cuffs.

The rest of the shirt arrives in the usual light blue, whilst the badge, sponsor, and branding come dressed in navy and are all centralised.


As the current Premier League champions look to retain their title, the Manchester City team will no doubt look great doing it in this PUMA home strip teamed with some of the best football boots around.

Arsenal adidas Away Kit

Arsenal adidas away kit product image of a black strip with copper accents.
Credit: Arsenal

Away kits tend to allow for a little more creative freedom without the boundaries of traditional club colours, and this Arsenal away kit looks to be a great example of creative freedom in action.

The jersey is completely removed from what we've seen in the past as it arrives in all-black with contrasting bronze accents dressing the sponsor, branding, and minimalist cannon badge.

Upon closer inspection, you'll also notice the AFC-inspired geometric print across the entire kit, making this Arsenal away strip really stand out from the crowd.


Arsenal adidas Third Kit

Arsenal adidas third kit product image of a pink strip with navy trim.
Credit: Arsenal

Continuing with Arsenal, adidas has put together this stunning pink third-choice strip for the Gunners this season.

To contrast the pink, adidas has added navy and clear blue trim to the shirt to match the navy shorts and pink socks.

The jersey also sees the return of the Ermine pattern, first seen on the Arsenal crest in the late 1940s, thus making it a great modern kit that plays off of Arsenal's history.

West Ham Umbro Home Kit

West Ham Umbro home kit product image of a claret red shirt with light blue and white accents.
Credit: West Ham

Umbro is a brand that has been embedded in English football for years, but West Ham is one of the only clubs in the Premier League that's still in partnership with the manufacturer.


Out of the Umbro kits that are left though, this West Ham home kit inspired by Billy Bonds’ promotion-winning side in 1992/93 is certainly one that stands out.

Featuring the club's traditional colours, the kit is complemented by a scratched graffiti blue and white sleeve design that puts this jersey up there as one of the best for the 2022/23 season.

Aston Villa Castore Away Kit

Aston Villa Castore away kit product image of a light blue shirt with claret details.
Credit: Aston Villa

Despite a rocky start, Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa are slowly turning things around giving fans a lot to look forward to for the rest of the year, especially with the team dressed in this stunning Castore away kit.

The jersey features the reverse colours of the club's home strip; however, what we like most about the shirt is the subtle striped pattern across both the back and front, which earns it a spot on our list.

Chelsea Nike Home Kit

Chelsea Nike home kit product image of a blue shirt with a white and light blue collar.
Credit: Chelsea

Unlike last season's zig-zag shirt, Nike has opted for simplicity when designing Chelsea's home kit for this season.

The shirt arrives in the usual Chelsea blue, but also features a lion-laden pattern across the white collar in homage to former manager Ted Drake's modernisation of the club in the 1950s.

Simple yet effective, this home kit is definitely one of our favourites from the Premier League so far. With Graham Potter now in charge, the future looks bright for the London-based club.


Everton Hummel Away Kit

Everton Hummel home kit product image of a pink and dark blue shirt.
Credit: Everton

Everton is one of the only clubs representing Hummel this year, but that hasn't stopped the brand from playing it safe as Hummel has gone for a bright pink and blue colour scheme this year.

The shirt also features a patriot pattern inspired by the angled roof of the tower in the Everton crest to continue the geometric theme seen throughout most of the Premier League kits so far.

Although bold, we're a fan of Everton's new away kit and direction under Frank Lampard right now, so is definitely worthy of a spot on our list.

Manchester City PUMA Away Kit

Manchester City PUMA away kit product image of a red and black diagonally striped kit.
Credit: Manchester City

This Manchester City away kit puts a modern twist on the classic striped design from the 1960s and 70s.


Rather than vertical red and black stripes seen in the past, PUMA has opted for a diagonal pattern with contrasting light orange branding and crest.

Sergio Agüero, David Silva, and Vincent Kompany have all worn the black and red stripes before, so only time will tell what Manchester City's new generation of talent, like the league's current top goal scorer Erling Haaland, can produce in this incredible change strip.

Wolverhampton Wanderers Castore Away Kit

Wolverhampton Wanders Castore away kit product image of a teal shirt with a yellow geometric pattern.
Credit: Wolverhampton Wanders

Completing our list is this superb Wolverhampton Wanderers away jersey which comes dressed in a predominately teal tone, with a fine geometric pattern displayed across the front to match the club's crest.

The kit is actually inspired by the iconic girders of the Billy Wright Stand at Molineux as well as the club’s popular away kit between 1996 and 1998.

The result certainly stands out and is definitely one of the best-looking designs we've seen so far.