39 Arsenal’s official home kit 2016/17 – check out more of next season’s official and possible Premier League kits by clicking the arrow above, right – A leaked image did the rounds on social media of rumoured signing Granit Xhaka in what appeared to be the Gunners’ strip for the new season. It’s no surprise therefore that they have now officially unveiled the kit. 39 Liverpool’s official third kit 2016/17 – Named the Toxic Thunder, the Merseysiders released their third strip at the end of July and it got quite a response from Liverpool fans. It very much divides opinion but Jurgen Klopp will not forgive his players for not finding a team-mate with a pass when they are wearing this… 39 Manchester City’s official away kit 2016/17 – City’s away kit seems to have divided fans, with some uncertain over the choice of colours. The badge has been redesigned in yellow. 39 Everyone feels a little excited when a new kit is on its way.And it’s getting to that stage of the year when rumours start to swirl and official releases begin to arrive in advance of the next season.Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool have got the ball rolling, among others, while there are a few possible kits being leaked, too.So we’ve taken a look at the newly released kits and those rumoured – check them out by viewing the slideshow above. 39 39 39 Swansea City’s official away kit 2016/17 – It’s all blue for the Swans’ away jersey. A stark contrast to the green and navy blue of last season. 39 West Ham’s official home kit 2016/17 – After much teasing, the Hammers released their home kit mid-July. As with their away strip Umbro have kept the design simple. Sunderland’s official third kit 2016/17 – Sunderland have released their third kit before their away, and this strip is one of the most flamboyant to take to the stage. This will surely have divided fans. 39 39 Leicester City’s official away kit 2016/17 – It’s all red for the Premier League champions on rival soil for the new season. A big change from the black of their title-winning campaign and it remains to be seen whether it’ll be a top seller with fans. 39 Everton’s official away kit 2016/17 – The Toffees’ away strip for the incoming season takes inspiration from their first league title win from the 1890-91 campaign. This could be a hit with the club’s fans. Burnley’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Clarets return to the Premier League next season having claimed the 2015/16 Championship title, and this is the kit they’ll be wearing in the top flight. 39 39 Crystal Palace’s official home kit 2016/17 – The stripes have been toned down on the Eagles home shirt for the new season, keeping it simple and largely unchanged with a new asymmetrical design. 39 39 Leicester City’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Foxes will don this jersey in their title-defending campaign and there will be plenty of delirious supporters rushing to make sure they are up to date with the champion’s kit. 39 39 Sunderland’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Black Cats have revealed their new kit and it’s certainly a classy one. Despite a challenging campaign, adidas have gone for smart gold stripes in what could be a popular feature. 39 39 Stoke City’s official home and away kit 2016/17 – As with the Britannia Stadium to be named the Bet365 Stadium from next season, these kits might not be everyone’s cup of tea. It’s their first with Macron and the home jersey features an unusual large white panel, instead of stripes, on the back. 39 Leicester City’s official third kit 2016/17 – With Champions League football to come next season, a third kit will come in handy for the Premier League champions. Manchester United’s official home kit 2016/17 – It was finally unveiled on their pre-season tour of China. A nice simple number with the Adidas stripes down the side. A subtle half-and-half of differing shades of red with a cool divide down the middle. Hull City’s official away kit 2016/17 – With a change of sponsorship, the Tigers have released a new away kit for their return to the Premier League. The inside of the neck has a feature with longitude and latitude co-ordinates – the location of the KC Stadium, just in case fans forget… Middlesbrough’s official away kit 2016/17 – A stark contrast to the yellow of last season; Adidas have opted for a navy blue design. Light blue socks finish off the kit. 39 39 Hull City’s official home kit 2016/17 – This season Hull have splashed a bit of white trim on the sleeves and collar with the familiar vertical stripes. They have also opted for a plunged neckline. Crystal Palace’s official away kit 2016/17 – Macron have taken a look at older kits and brought back the sash across the jersey, and stayed loyal to the lucky yellow first used on the clubs kit in 1971. This could be a hit. Manchester City’s official home kit 2016/17 – Pep Guardiola was officially unveiled on July 3rd in Manchester, along with their home kit. It features the new club crest. 39 Bournemouth’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Cherries officially unveiled their new home jersey for the upcoming campaign at the beginning of June. The design has been kept simple, which should please fans. 39 39 Liverpool’s official away kit 2016/17 – Liverpool have again gone with an all-black away design, with subtle touches of red. Manchester United’s official away kit 2016/17 – The Red Devils teased supporters over their away strip for the past week, but finally unveiled the design. The reaction online hasn’t been too favourable. 39 39 39 39 West Ham United’s official away kit 2016/17 – The Hammers have released their away kit for their debut season at the Olympic Stadium, with the design referencing the move. Inspiration has been taken from the 1980 shirt that last lifted the FA Cup. Liverpool’s official home kit 2016/17 – New Balance accidentally posted snaps of the Reds’ new home kit via their website before its official release, slightly taking the surprise away from the launch. It’s now been unveiled and there will be few complaints over the simple design. Chelsea’s official third kit 2016/17 – An image of Gary Cahill in the Blues’ third kit had been doing the rounds on social media for the past few weeks, and it’s now officially been unveiled. This could be the more popular of the club’s three strips for the new season. Southampton’s official home and away kit 2016/17 – It’ll be an interesting season for the Saints without manager Ronald Koeman, as Claude Puel takes over. And this is the uniform that’ll be on show. 39 Everton’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Toffees unveiled their new home kit in the wake of defeat to Norwich City in their penultimate Premier League game and after such a miserable campaign, few Toffees fans may be willing to part with their cash for a new jersey. 39 39 39 39 Bournemouth’s official away kit 2016/17 – Again, the Cherries have opted for blue on the away stage. It’s most notable feature is a rounded button collar. Watford’s official goalkeeper, home and away kit 2016/17 – The Hornets comfortably evaded the drop last season and begin next season’s preparations with Walter Mazzarri in charge. The new kits are quite a change from last season’s and it seems to have gone down well with fans. 39 Manchester United’s official third kit 2016/17 – The final bit of kit to be released by the club – probably to be worn most in the Europa League 39 Tottenham Hotspur’s official goalkeeper, third, home and away kit 2016/17 – Rather than release each kit individually, Spurs opted to unveil all designs for the 2016/17 campaign in one go. 39 Middlesbrough’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Boro return to the Premier League next season and they do so with a little more colour. Adidas have added a hint of blue to the design. Chelsea’s official away kit 2016/17 – It’s a bold design for the Blues’ official away strip, with a standout fluorescent yellow trim that won’t go unnoticed next season. West Bromwich Albion’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Baggies unveiled their kit in a surprise PR stunt by an all-female group at Birmingham Grand Central last week and it seems to have been met well by the clubs supporters. 39 West Bromwich Albion’s official away kit 2016/17 – As with their home kit, the Baggies have gone for a simple, uncomplicated design for their away strip. A big change from the all red of last season. Swansea City’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Swans have moved away from the white and gold with adidas and opted for a simple white design as Spanish manufacturer Joma takes over. Arsenal’s official away and third kits 2016/17 – The Gunners have finally released their away and third kits and while the yellow away one harks back to some of the classics, the third kit looks like someone has taken a highlighter to it Chelsea’s official home kit 2016/17 – The Blues unveiled their home kit for Antonio Conte’s debut campaign in the Premier League at the beginning of May, with Eden Hazard and Ruben Loftus-Cheek doing the revealing on the club’s Facebook page. 39
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