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The 10 best Premier League jerseys 2022/23

After the releases it is time to take stock

The 10 best Premier League jerseys 2022/23 After the releases it is time to take stock

The Premier League has always been the most beautiful and competitive league in the world, and the football market attests to this, from Håland to Darwin Núñez all of football's best prospects have strongly wanted and sought out the English league. But the Premier not only brings with it great champions and fantastic leagues in terms of balance and unpredictability, it also brings with it a unique aesthetic that over the years has evolved faster than the others, following the most important trends in the major sectors. The football shirt is part of that romantic sense of those who invented football and is a part of the British football style that the world looks up to. Every year the perfect balance between tradition and innovation, between new trends and vintage remakes, brings the Premier League to the podium also from an aesthetic point of view. 

10. Brighton away - Nike

The shirt made by Nike for Brighton will be one of the few not to adopt the template provided for all the teams in the swoosh. For the team based in south London, the American company has created a clean and elegant red base jersey featuring thin black stripes.

9. Crystal Palace - Macron 

Macron is certainly one of the brands that has managed to carve out an important space for itself this season, not only because of its widespread presence in Europe but also because of the quality of its designs. For Crystal Palace's away jersey, it has created a basic white jersey with a pastel coloured stripe in red and blue.

8. Everton away - Hummel

The relationship between Hummel and Everton started relatively recently, exactly since 2020, when The Toffees left Umbro to settle with the Danish brand. And since that year the kits for the Liverpool team have never quite disappointed expectations, especially this year where Hummel have been able to create a pink shirt with a diamond pattern that takes us back to the 90s.

7. Nottingham Forest away - Macron

After 23 years, Nottingham Forest is officially back in the Premier League and Macron was not unprepared for this glorious return. The two-time Champions League winning club is still the only team without a shirt sponsor, a choice that further enhances newcomer Jessie Lingard's team aesthetic and makes the shirt even more eye-catching and stylish.

6. Southampton away - Hummel

Southampton's is certainly one of the most curious jerseys in the Premier League. A blue jersey with a texture that almost looks like it takes inspiration from Hokusai's Great Kanagawa Wave. Aptly described by the club as 'too cold', it stands without a shadow of a doubt as one of the best designs of the season, and not just in England.

5. Arsenal third kit - adidas

After surprising everyone with the return of the collar, adidas and Arsenal have come full circle by presenting a pink shirt for the Gunners, a colour never before worn in the club's history. For the occasion, the London club opened the team's historical archives and chose to use the Ermine pattern that first appeared on the logo in the late 1940s, which also featured the club motto "Victoria Concordia Crescit", a phrase that is still used by Arsenal today.

4. West Ham away - Umbro

Since Umbro has been the sponsor of West Ham, the English brand has never missed one, including this year. After the great work of last season, Umbro were no less this year either, designing a simple but extremely impactful black kit for the Hammers.

3. Manchester City away - PUMA

This is nothing new: we have often seen Manchester City with the colours red and black on. The reason for this is to be found in the club's origins, which at its inception had precisely these two shades as its social colours before being refounded in 1894. Since then, however, City has remained tied to its old colours as desired by Malcolm Allison, so PUMA, 10 years on from the last time, has decided to bring back these two colours with a new slanted stripe design. 

2. Liverpool away - Nike

Nike have decided to go for their psychedelic side this year as evidenced by the Away jersey designed for Liverpool. While the Reds' first jersey didn't take any big risks, remaining tied to Anfield's tradition, for the second one a never-seen-before design was proposed thanks to an undulating and distorted pattern with a 90s flavour. Printed in fact with a sublimation graphic, with tones ranging from purple to green and turquoise through a technique that will make each jersey different from the other.

1. Manchester United home - adidas

After a long series of rumours, Manchester United have unveiled the shirt for next season made by adidas, the Red Devils' technical sponsor since 2015. And it is precisely from the first kit made with the German brand that the distinctive element of this year's shirt arrives, the polo collar, an element that has always been in Manchester United's DNA. A nostalgic shirt that couldn't fail to make the podium.