2019/20 kit overview: A look at new kits for Europe's top clubs
2019/20 kit overview: A look at new kits for Europe's top clubs
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2019/20 kit overview: A look at new kits for Europe's top clubs

The new season is just around the corner and we take a look at what top clubs across Europe will be wearing for their home matches. 

 

Which one stands out? You have your say. 

1. Manchester United

​United released their home kit for the 2019/20 season on 16 May, paying tribute to the legendary 1999 Champions League triumph. The minutes of the goals that night - the 91st and 93rd - are displayed on the sleeve of the new shirt.

 

 

2. Arsenal

The new kit, manufactured by Adidas has been the talk of the internet in recent weeks, with even rival fans admitting that its top drawer. 

 

 

3. Chelsea

Chelsea's kit was inspired by a section of the Stamford Bridge Stadium. The Blues wore it on their last home Premier League match of last season, and it looked okay. 

 

Our new @nikefootball home kit making its Stamford Bridge bow! 

 

4. Liverpool

New Balance didn't change much the new kit, and it looks slightly, less the same from their last two kits for the Champions League winners. 

 

 

5. Manchester City

The Premier League champions have new manufacturers; Puma, having ditched Nike. The new kit has some purple details, moving away from the usual sky blue kit. 

 

 

6. Real Madrid

Madrid will be taking to the pitch in a crispy white kit with some gold details that have become part of the club in recent seasons. One other notable change is the use of a crew neck cut on the updated version. 

 

Demand glory.

 

7. Barcelona

Barcelona's traditional stripes are gone. Nike decided to have a chequered design, which reminds you of the famous Croatia kit. 

 

😍 Our captains. Our new kit 🔵🔴#Messi@5sergiob@3gerardpique@SergiRoberto10 pic.twitter.com/bU725DsKQO

 

8. Atletico Madrid

Nothing unique about this one, the official strip is red and white, plainly. 

 

Atletico release their home kit for next season pic.twitter.com/3lkBZzsj8M

 

9. Bayern Munich

Just like Chelsea, Bayern's kit takes inspiration from the Allianz Arena. The kit is purely red apart from the sponsor's white logo. Simply, Bayern. 

 

Bayern Munich drop their home kit for next season, with a design inspired by their home ground 🔴 pic.twitter.com/m7ZNgvys8a

 

10. Borussia Dortmund

 Puma are keeping it simple this time around for Borussia's kit. They've maintained the past season's designs; with the usual yellow colours with some details in black. 

 

 

11. PSG

 

 

12. Juventus

Juventus' launch of the new kit was 'Dare to set new standards' and standards they set. Nike chose to add some details that have divided opinions among the fans. The pink line, well..be the judge. 

 

 

13. Inter Milan

Nike hasn't done much chance to Inter's kit, choosing to keep it simple with the usual black and blue vertical stripes.

 

😍 @Inter_en have dropped their new home kit for next season, inspired by that 89/90 classic ⚫️🔵 pic.twitter.com/OCYIzm5zpV

 

14. AC Milan

Nothing has changed with Milan's next season kit, if anything, they've taken it back to yesteryears, plainly red and black stripes. 

 

 

15. Roma

There is no much difference to last season's kit. However, their third kit is simply marvelous and can be in the running for top honors in Kit of the season. 

 

 

16. Ajax

The famous white and red. Simple. 

 

 

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