The Premier League 2020-21 season is set to get underway and clubs have released their new kits and sponsors for the rest of the campaign.

We bring to you every home and away kit from the Premier League Champions to the the newcomers.

However, there are a few Premier League 2020-21 kits which are yet to be released.

Burnley

Home

Burnley Home 2020-21 kit

Manchester United

Home

Manchester United 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Manchester United 2020-21 Away kit

Manchester City

Home

Manchester City 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Manchester City 2020-21 Home kit

Aston Villa

Home

Aston Villa 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Aston Villa 2020-21 Away kit

Crystal Palace

Third, Home and Away

Crystal Palace 2020-21 Away, Home and Third kit

Southampton

Home

Southampton 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Southampton 2020-21 Away kit

Arsenal

Home

Arsenal 2020-21 Home Kit

Away

Arsenal 2020-21 Away kit

Liverpool

Home

Liverpool 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Liverpool 2020-21 Away kit

Leeds United

Home

Leeds United 2020-21 Home kit

Tottenham

Home

Tottenham 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Tottenham 2020-21 Away kit

Everton

Home

Everton 2020-21 Home kit

Away

Everton 2020-21 Away kit

West Bromwich Albion

Home

West Bromwich Albion 2020-21 Home kit

Away

West Bromwich Albion 2020-21 Away kit

Third

West Bromwich Albion 2020-21 Third kit

Leicester

Home

Leicester 2020-21 Home kit

West Ham United

Home

West Ham United Premier 2020-21 Home kit

Away

West Ham United Premier League 2020-21 Away kit

Newcastle

Home

Newcastle 2020-21 Premier League Home kit

Away and Third

Newcastle 2020-21 Premier League Away and Third kits

Brighton and Hove Albion

Home

Brighton and Hove Albion 2020-21 Premier League Home kit

Chelsea

Home

Chelsea 2020-21 Premier League Home kit

Away

Chelsea 2020-21 Premier League Away kit

Sheffield United

Home and Away

Sheffield United 2020-21 Premier League Home and Away kit

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Home

Wolverhampton Wanderers Premier League 2020-21 Home kit

The 2020-21 Premier League season will commence on September 12 and will take off with a clash of the champions as Premier League Champions Liverpool will host Championship winners Leeds United at Anfield on the opening day.

First-tier football returns to Craven Cottage as Fulham get underway against  FA Cup winners Arsenal, while their North London rivals Tottenham face Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton in what should be an interesting match-up.

Chelsea’s first fixture, a trip to Brighton, has been pushed back two days after Chelsea’s run in the Champions League, while Manchester United and Manchester City’s fixtures against Burnley and Aston Villa respectively will be pushed back even further.

Other fixtures include:

Crystal Palace vs Southampton

West Bromwich Albion vs Leicester City

West Ham United vs Newcastle United

Sheffield United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers


This football news update is brought to you by the Footy Area team. Do not forget to leave a comment in the comment box below. Also, follow us on TwitterFacebook, and join other fans from around the world on our Telegram channel.

Leave a Reply