Premier League: Every 2020/21 jersey that has been leaked or confirmed so far

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Premier League jerseys for the 2020/21 campaign are slowly starting to hit the shelves as the current season comes to a close.

The unprecedented delay posed by the COVID-19 pandemic means that several clubs have been sporting the kits they weren't expected to wear until August with the campaigns bleeding into one.

As a result, Chelsea and Bournemouth fans are gradually becoming used to their 2020/21 release being, well, their current shirt, while other clubs are still waiting for their design to be published.

2020/21 Premier League kits

Manchester United and Liverpool, for example, are twiddling their thumbs until Adidas and Nike respectively get their fans rushing down to the club shop for the latest attire.

But today has seen a deluge of new Premier League kits hitting the market with Arsenal, Newcastle United and Leicester City all unveiling their home strips in the space of just a few hours.

Truth be told, it can be hard to keep up with all the releases when 2019/20 and 2020/21 strips are being blended together and that's not to mention away, third and goalkeepers designs.

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Leaks and confirmed designs

But fear not, we're here to keep you in the loop at GIVEMESPORT and we've called upon the ever-reliable intel of the team at FootyHeadlines.com to keep you afloat with the latest news.

We've compiled a list of all the confirmed Premier League jerseys for next season as well as some of the leaked ones, so you can check out the fashions wins and fashion woes down below.

However, there is currently no information for the following clubs: Aston Villa, Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace and Norwich City.

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Arsenal

Adidas have knocked it out the park once again with a stunning design for the Gunners' home strip, incorporating a unique arrow texture that marries perfectly to a smart sleeve and collar.

The jury is still out as far as the leaked 'blood' away strip is concerned, but the 'Legend Marine and Light Flash Orange' colour scheme of the third jersey gets a massive thumbs up from us.

Home

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Away

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Bournemouth

The Cherries have already sported their half-grain home shirt and aqua blue away strip in the Premier League this season, but they could be seen more often in the Championship...

Home

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Away

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Burnley

We'd be lying if we thought there was much variety when it came to Burnley home shirts over the years and although Umbro's latest effort has a unique collar, it's nothing to write home about.

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Chelsea

Much like Bournemouth, Chelsea fans have already become acquainted with their 2020/21 strips from the simple but smart home design to the away strip that borders a little too much on pyjamas.

We're just waiting for confirmation that their third kit will indeed look like something straight out of Selhurst park. Either way, though, the '3' sponsor will continue to pop up in memes all season long.

Home

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Away

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Everton

Are we alone in not really liking this strip? Hummel seem to have called up every design idea in the book for their Everton debut and the promotional snaps seem to give the torso an ugly sheen. 

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Leicester City

Aside from people mocking the slightly clunky 'Thailand Smiles With You' logo, there's a lot to like about Leicester's newly-released jersey and we're particularly fans of the golden-strapped sleeves. 

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Liverpool

Nike look to have gotten off to a perfect start in their collaboration with the Premier League champions by producing a classic home jersey that brings back the iconic teal shade after so long.

However... their winning streak seems to end their with the away and third leaks that, if they turn out to be true, could see Mohamed Salah and co. sporting some lurid shades next season.

Home

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Away

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Manchester City

Credit to Puma because they seem to have pulled off the mosaic appearance for City's home strip when it could have looked terrible and they debuted it in style with a rampant 4-0 win at Watford.

Much like the Liverpool kits, however, the less about the leaked away and third designs, the better. Only time will tell how they look in appearance, but I'm not sure we want to find out.

Home

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Manchester United

Adidas seriously reined in their 'bus seat' design for the United home kit and frankly, it was an inspired decision. The latest leaks look far better than the ones that were touted in spring time.

The 'legacy green' looks pretty smart, albeit a little uninspired, but it's the psychedelic third strip that has the potential to hit headlines with a strange zebra-like cocktail of black, white and red shades.

Home

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Away

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Newcastle United

Sorry Puma, but we're a little nonplussed by your newly-released Newcastle strip, even if that has more to do with the fact that their 2019/20 design has been so spectacular.

Perhaps they'll be more in the way of excitement with the away jersey, however, with leaks suggesting that it will take cues from City's controversial yellow and orange third kit.

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Away

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Sheffield United

Call me hyperbolic, but Sheffield United might just have the best shirt combo on the market next season with the incredibly smart home jersey looking stunning alongside the pink away effort.

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Southampton 

Truth be told, the sponsor ruins the party. That being said, the return to the diagonal sash that looked so iconic during Southampton's Football League days will be a welcome view in the top flight.

We also love it when one of the alternate jerseys reflects the home effort, so ten out of ten to Under Armour for making a design move that seems to be less and less fashionable as years go by.

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Tottenham Hotspur

Actually, we take it back about Sheffield United. Tottenham have the best set of jerseys on the way from a stunningly unique home strip, brilliantly brave away effort and gorgeously yellow third kit.

TAKE. OUR. MONEY.

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Away

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Watford

This looks like one of the old school Kaizer Chiefs jerseys and not in a good way. Watford will be sporting by far the worst Premier League kit next season if they stay up and this leak holds true.

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West Ham United

The Hammers are celebrating their 125th anniversary with yet another classy home strip that uses their claret and blue colour scheme to perfection, even if it is a bit similar to the 2015/16 design.

There's no denying the uniqueness of the away trip, though, which cleverly flips the colour conventions on their head to once again give West Ham one of the strongest kit line-ups.

Home

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Away

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Wolverhampton Wanderers

An orange and black colour scheme with the most badass club badge in the Premier League should be a recipe for success, but Adidas' leaked design just leaves us shrugging our shoulders. Meh.

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So, there you have it: the good, the bad and the ugly of 2020/21 kit designs from Premier League clubs.

We could be seeing everything from Manchester City looking like your grandma's curtains to United looking as though they've fallen off the set of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. What's not to love?

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