It’s that time of the year when Premier League clubs release their official kits for the brand new season ahead. Of the top 20 Premier League teams, so far only Chelsea, Liverpool, Everton, Manchester United, Sunderland and Leicester City have released their official Premier League 2016-17 kits for the upcoming season.
Premier League 2016-17 Kits Overview
- Arsenal 16-17 Kits
- Bournemouth 16-17 Kits
- Burnley 16-17 Kits
- Chelsea 16-17 Kits
- Crystal Palace 16-17 Kits
- Everton 16-17 Kits
- Leicester City 16-17 Kits
- Liverpool 16-17 Kits
- Manchester City 16-17 Kits
- Manchester United 16-17 Kits
- Southampton 16-17 Kits
- Stoke City 16-17 Kits
- Sunderland 16-17 Kits
- Swansea City 16-17 Kits
- Tottenham 16-17 Kits
- Watford 16-17 Kits
- West Brom 16-17 Kits
- West Ham 16-17 Kits
Chelsea 2016-17 Kits
The new Chelsea 2016-17 home kit made by Adidas was launched on May 5, 2016, ahead of their manager Antonio Conte’s arrival this summer.
The new 16-17 home kit comes in the club’s traditional blue colour, featuring a white v-collar with blue trim. The home, away and the third kit is sponsored by Yokohama; the sponsor logo visible on the front.
The new Adidas Chelsea 2016-17 home kit shorts and socks are blue and white, respectively.
The Chelsea home kit is available for pre-order at £90, and the players will wear the kit for the first time this season against Leicester City in Chelsea’s final Premier League game of the season at Stamford Bridge.
Standard replica jerseys are priced at £55 for adults and £45 for children. For adding a player’s name and number as well as the Premier League logo on the sleeve for any new Adidas 16-17 home shirt would cost an additional £16.95 printing charge. Official Chelsea 16-17 shorts are priced at £25, with socks at £13.
Everton 2016-17 Kits
Everton have released their brand new 2016-17 home kit on May 12, 2016; the new home jersey is made by Umbro and it features Chang beer as the club’s primary sponsor.
The Everton home jersey for 2016-17 is royal blue, featuring a white rib collar and contrasting white and yellow detailing on the cuffs.
The replica shirt is priced on the official Everton online shop at £50. The long sleeved shirt is priced at £55, shorts are priced at £25 for adults and £20 for kids, and the socks £12. The full adult replica kit will cost fans £87.
Leicester City 2016-17 Kits
The new Premier League champions have unveiled the brand new Leicester City 2016-17 Home Kit manufactured by Puma, on May 6, 2016.
The Leicester City 16-17 home jersey combines a blue base with golden accents. Following their historic and unprecedented Premier League triumph, they will be the first to use the redesigned Premier League winners’ badge placed on the sleeves.
Leicester home shirt 2016-17 presents a bold, geometric jacquard design to the body and sleeves to create an eye catching on pitch statement.
Liverpool 2016-17 Kits
Liverpool have released their official 2016-17 home shirt on May 9, 2016, at a special live event on Monday night. The home jersey is made by New Balance and it features Standard Chartered as the club’s primary sponsor.
The new Liverpool 2016-17 home shirt has a simplistic red base with gold design. The New Balance logo, Standard Chartered logo, and the iconic liver bid symbol are all golden shade, while the kit features a gold trim around a two-button collar.
Manchester United 2016-17 Kits
Manchester United released their official 2016-17 Away kit on May 11, 2016, ahead of the home shirt, which is yet to be released. The new away kit is made by Adidas, and it features Chevrolet as the club’s primary sponsor.
The Manchester United away jersey for 2016-17 has a base colour of collegiate blue, taking an inspiration from the iconic all-blue kit worn by the Red Devils in the 1968 European Cup final.
Sunderland 2016-17 Kits
Sunderland released their official 2016-17 home shirt towards the end of April; the new home jersey is made by Adidas and it features Dafabet as the club’s primary sponsor.
The Sunderland 16-17 home shirt features the club’s traditional red and white stripes with fine gold detailing throughout gives a wonderful visual effect.
Other notable features are the use of Gold details in the form of Adidas logo, Adidas stripes, v-collar while red socks make a return for the 2016-17 season.
We will update all the latest Premier League 2016-17 Kits as and when they are officially released.