All 2019/20 Premier League strip ranked and rated as Liverpool, Manchester United, and Chelsea are releasing new equipment

All 2019/20 Premier League strip ranked and rated as Liverpool, Manchester United, and Chelsea are releasing new equipment

The Main League season is around, and many clubs use their final home game to launch equipment for next year.

Here are all packs for the next season released or released to date rated and ranked.

Bournemouth

Nathan Ake in new Bournemouth equipment
Nathan Ake in new Bournemouth equipment

Home equipment: t Simple design but it works well. The black stripes are nice and separated from each other, and the red trim on the simple column is also effective. Strong journey.

Rating: 4/5

Chelsea

David Luiz with a new Chelsea home shirt
David Luiz with a new Chelsea home shirt

Home: The home pack is a pretty blue shade but the graphics on the shirt are pretty ugly. It is supposed to be a reversal of previous designs, but it looks like he wants to be too hip and fashionable.

Rating: 2/5

Away: In contrast to the home package, the equipment is a very simple design. White white leaves a collar that looks slightly on a polo shirt, but, if it is a real equipment, it should look good.

Rating: 4/5

Crystal Palace

Andros Townsend in a new package home Crystal Palace
Andros Townsend in a new package home Crystal Palace

Home equipment: t The white white pins down the blue stripes may be wrong but they are quite good. There are lots going on in this pack, with white shavings around the collar and red and blue sleeves, but it all works well together. Dangerous movement but one paid.

Rating: 4/5

Leicester City

James Maddison in the new home of Leicester City
James Maddison in the new home of Leicester City

Home: Leicester standard pack, really. Blue blue has a good appearance in a deciduous design, and the stripes on the arms are a good shade of gold. It could work well.

Rating: 4/5

Away: The black equipment away is quite sleek. It is a similar design to the domestic equipment but with a deeper collar that works well with the color of the equipment. Could not be a winner.

Rating: 4/5

Third pack: The third pink pack is brave enough, and they have not achieved enough. The strange line of dark pink along the chest doesn't really work too well – but the main pink shade goes well with black trim.

Rating: 3/5

Liverpool

Home equipment: t One of the few kits officially announced for the next season. It is a pretty decent attempt – a nice red red shade with white white dots. But the top is very sharp, it is a little exciting looking to stop the pins in the middle of the breast.

Rating: 3/5

Pack away: This is the lead designed for equipment from Liverpool. It is a dark movement to put blue blue in, but in fact it is throwing away its old white kits. Could not be a winner but wait for confirmation.

Rating: 3/5

Manchester United

Paul Pogba wearing the new Manchester United home kit 2019/2020

Home: There is nothing too radical on this exhaust package from Manchester United but it is back to formation with the ordinary. After this red and black red season this season is a step up – the black wearing of the badge looks good, and the 1999 reference is nice. Simple but tactile.

Rating: 4/5

Third pack: Orange trim of the badge and the Adidas logo works well against the black background. Otherwise, it is the usual way, but there is nothing wrong with that on black equipment with orange trim – it should be a winner with a fan.

Rating: 4/5

Newcastle United

Home equipment: t There is only a rumored pack, but if it happens to be the official one, then Newcastle has done blinder. Minimalist stripe, together with the badge and the Puma logo in the middle, gives him a little retrospective feeling. This could be an iconic one.

Rating: 5/5

Pack away: An orange kit is away with many heavy background graphics, but it really works well. A good collar and trim gives him a good base, and the graphics are not too fancy as Chelsea.

Rating: 4/5

Third pack: This is not a good pack. Green thickness is fairly flat, but leaves the top of the chest, with the background pattern, it is looking around 80 and 90 years for all the wrong reasons. Must.

Rating: 2/5

Southampton

Home equipment: t Usually this is nice but what is the black at the top? The rest of the shirt has a classic look with a beautiful button shirt. Black fans are not though

Rating: 3/5

Kit Away: It seems that Gray has a gloomy grip and he has little memory. If the club did not put as much effort into the shirt and made the epic video released.

Rating: 2/5

Watford

Home equipment: t The design of half and a half is slightly different and goes against love, but it works okay, especially with the red bent. Not just the biggest equipment ever, but not the worst either.

Rating: 3/5

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