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2010/11 Premier League Kits

Arsenal:
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Aston Villa:
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Blackburn Rovers:
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rovers

Bolton Wanderers:
Home / Change / Third / Goalkeeper
bolton

Chelsea:
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Everton:
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everton

Fulham:
Home / Change / Third / Goalkeeper / Goalkeeper Change
fulham

Liverpool:
Home / Change / Third / Seeing is Believing Special Kit / GoalkeeperGoalkeeper Change
liv

Manchester City:
Home / Change / Third / Goalkeeper / Goalkeeper Change
city

Manchester United:
Home / Change / Third / Goalkeeper / Goalkeeper Change
man united

Newcastle United:
Home / Virgin Money Home / Change / Virgin Money ChangeThird / Virgin Money ThirdGoalkeeper / Virgin Money Goalkeeper / Virgin Money Goalkeeper Change
toon

Norwich City:
Home / Change
norwich

Queen’s Park Rangers:
Home / Change / Third
qpr

Stoke City:
Home / Change / Goalkeeper / Goalkeeper Change
stoke

Sunderland:
Home / Change / Goalkeeper
sunderland

Swansea City:
Home / Change / Goalkeeper / Goalkeeper Change
swans

Tottenham Hotspur:
Home / European Home / Change / Third / Goalkeepers / European Home Goalkeeper
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West Bromwich Albion:
Home / Change / Third / Goalkeeper
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Wigan Athletic:
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Wolverhampton Wanderers:
Home / Change / Goalkeeper
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17 thoughts on “2011/12 Premier League Kits

  1. Quick suggestion/request: can you post the goalkeeper kits as well (when they’re available)?
    I know they’re often more template-y than Puma or Adidas, but I think they’re interesting. I know Everton and Newcastle have shown their keeper shirts (both awful), but I’m not sure about the others.
    Thanks for all the great work! It’s nice to be able to have one page I can go to for updates!

    • Thanks! Apparently the new Fulham kits are going to be revealed May 22; I’ll try to get a link on here as soon as my Cottagers make it available. Hopefully they’ll be as classy as this year’s.

  2. Nice job, Umbro and Nike. You’ve made Arsenal and Sunderland look absolutely Top Class. Let that be a design lesson for all the other teams with awkward collars and goofy panel configurations.

    • They just announced a deal with Adidas, which mean’s they’ll probably wind up with some awful template that is on 40 other teams across Europe. It’s a shame, too, because Umbro’s been making really really nice kits the last couple of years.

  3. Gary – I haven’t heard anything about Wigan. Hopefully soon. Most clubs will have debuted at least a new standard kit before their pre-season starts.

  4. West Brom, Swansea, and Stoke all get the same template? Awful, awful, awful. That’s a real shame and a poor job by Adidas and those teams. You shouldn’t be allowed to have the same template more than once in a league. West Brom and Swansea really bum me out since they both had Umbro last season (which is making great kits these days).
    At least my Cottagers aren’t an Adidas team (BTW, according to an official tweet today, it appears they may be wearing all white at home this season).

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  6. hey, i’ve been looking all over for a norwich city jersey to buy in america, none of the online stores seem to have it, and it would be almost $100 to get it from england, any suggestions?

    • Maybe try eBay? Unfortunately they’re very expensive, and if you don’t follow a big team it’s really difficult to get them elsewhere or more cheaply. You could also wait until near the end of the season–generally the teams put their jerseys on big sale in the last 2 months of the season.

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