New kit leaks for 2020-21: Liverpool, Spurs, Arsenal, Man Utd and more

Quick Reads

We’ve still not finished the 2019-20 season, and it remains unclear when the 2020-21 season will start, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start to get excited about the new kit releases.

It’ll be a while yet before clubs release any official photographs of their kits for next season, but thanks to the wonderful work of Footy Headlines we do at least know details about several of them.

There have also been a handful of leaks, and we’ve rounded up the best of them for you here.


The new Arsenal home shirt will be ‘active maroon’ (dark red) featuring a graphic design on the front. We’re fans. That third kit is a bit tasty, too.


Nice shirt. Big sponsor’s logo. Too big.


The new Liverpool home kit will feature the same colours as the Portugal 2018 World Cup shirt. The green and white doesn’t really look right on a Liverpool kit, but that’s not to say we don’t like it…

Man City

Man Utd

Purely because of this third kit, we now support Manchester United.


Images of all four Spurs kits for next season have been leaked and it’s fair to say the feedback has not been great. We actually really like the green one, though.

West Ham

There’s not a lot to say about this kit, but that’s not always a bad thing. It’s clearly a West Ham shirt and that’s half the battle.


If there’s one thing we love, it’s a pink European football shirt. Kiss me. That black away shirt is also very, very sexy.

Real Madrid

Adding pink to your home shirt as well? You clever bastards.


All three Inter kits for 2020-21 have been leaked. We’re normally of the opinion that you shouldn’t mess with a team’s stripes, but we can’t lie: those zig-zags are cool AF.


Maybe this lockdown has made us a bit less discerning, but we bloody love that third kit. Three big ticks here as far as we’re concerned.

Bayern Munich

The home shirt is inoffensive, but that away shirt looks a little bit too much like a training top for our liking. We’ll reserve judgement until we see the proper thing.


Oh yes.

Borussia Dortmund

We do love a good kit tease video.


Meh. This is the least exciting kit of the lot.

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