The summer break is almost over, and the hype for the upcoming Premier League is reaching its peak among football fans.

With less than two weeks left in the new season, every major Premier League side has released its jerseys for the upcoming season. This time of the year is almost Christmas time for kit manufacturers as football fans love to start the new season with their new jerseys.

As always, there are some really good jerseys this season while some deserve to be ridiculed. Nevertheless, in this feature, we are going to look at our five most-favourite home jerseys from the 2019-20 Premier League season.

5 – Aston Villa

The famous Claret and Sky-Blue jerseys of Aston Villa are back in Premier League. Kappa and Villa have come up with a very neat-looking jersey with a claret torso and sky-blue sleeves. One can also say that Villa’s jersey looks like a refined version of Burnley’s jersey this season. The only drawback of the jersey is the size of the sponsor’s logo, which we find to be a bit bigger for our liking.

4 – Liverpool

New Balance has come out with pinstripes jersey for Liverpool this season. Golden pinstripes on dark red look really eye-catching and we feel that this jersey is going to sell like hotcakes. It certainly isn’t the best jersey this season, but it has received great response from the fanbase. And, if the Reds manage to win the Premier League title this season, we are going to have another cult Liverpool jersey.

3 – Tottenham Hotspur

Nike has gone for a very minimal design for their Tottenham home jersey this season and we love it. It’s one of those rare designs on which even sponsor’s logo doesn’t look bad. Besides all logos, the plain white jersey features a blue-collar. Would Spurs finally win some silverware in this jersey? We will have to wait and see.

2 – Watford

It is safe to say that Adidas has come up with some special designs this season, especially in Premier League. The new Watford kit is work of class and we are sure it is going to be remembered for years. The new design features a yellow and black half-and-half combination instead of a predominated yellow design. It is surely a risky move from Adidas, but it has definitely paid off.

1 – Arsenal

Following their relationship with Puma, Arsenal have re-established their relationship with Adidas. The German kit manufacturer was responsible for some of the most iconic Arsenal jerseys in the ’80s and ’90s. There was a lot of pressure on Adidas as the Arsenal fanbase had been eagerly waiting for the return of some famous designs. And, have they delivered! 

Adidas’ both home and away kits for Arsenal are an ode to the older times, and they have received great feedback from fans. Apparently, new Arsenal shirts have broken sales records.