Now the season is over one of the biggest excitements left in football is waiting to see the new kits get released.
It’s a combination of nervous apprehension and childlike giddiness waiting to see whether your club has produced a stinker or a beauty.
And in this interlude between old and new strips, we’re taking a look back to try and decide the best kits of the Premier League era.
Votes have already started rolling in for the best Manchester United home shirt – which could have a slightly controversial winner as things stand – and once a few have been decided, we’ll hold an overall poll to decided the greatest since 1992.
We’re concentrating on home shirts right now, and our second vote looks at the best Arsenal kits. The Gunners have largely kept things smart and simple over the years, and they have had some iconic moments kitted out in red and white.
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