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Premier League kits: Check out new home kits for the 2019-20 season

Have a look through this gallery of all of the new Premier League home kits for the upcoming season. Which ones do you think are the best?
Arsenal: Forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick-Aubameyang show off Arsenal's new home kit. Arsenal has partnered with Adidas again after 25 years to create the jersey which features the trademark all-red body but with a red and black trim on the collar and arms and white sleeves.
Lacazette-and-Aubameyang-in-Arsenal-home-kit.Arsenal FC
Aston Villa: Villa's blue and claret kit is similar to previous ones, but the big difference is blue making a reappearance on the arms.
Aston-Villa-Home-Kit.Aston Villa
Bournemouth: The Cherries have stripped back the black arms for this year's shirt, with the trademark cherry and black lines remaining. The thin red lines across the shirt stand out and offer a modern twist on the club's classic style.
Brighton and Hove Albion: A darker shade of blue, more stripes and blue shoulders are the big changes in Brighton's new kit. The dark blue and black stripes blend in the strips to give it a modern look.
Lewis-Dunk-in-Brighton-and-Hove-albion-kit.Brighton and Hove Albion
Burnley: Similar in colour and design to Aston Villa's jersey, the only noticeable difference on Burnley's shirt is the blue collar. Which one do you prefer?
Burnely-players-modelling-kit.Burnley FC
Chelsea: The blues' new home kit features a Stamford Bridge-inspired design. The pattern features extracts of the stadium, giving the shirt a fresh new look.
Christian-Pulisic-models-chelsea-kit.Chelsea Football Club
Crystal Palace: Andros Townsend and Christian Benteke model Crystal Palace's new shirt. The iconic blue and red stripes return with faded white stripes over the blue.
Christian-Benteke-and-Andros-Townsend-modelling-Crystal-Palace-kit.Crystal Palace
Everton: Everton have extended their partnership with Umbro to create the modern design on the front of the shirt. Dark and light blue lines cross on the main body, which the club says is tribute to the Bullen's Road stand at Goodison Park.
Leicester City: Game of chess anyone? There's a lot more going on with Leicester's 2019-20 kit. A chequered design fills the new shirt with three gold lines on the shoulders.
Jamie-Vardy-in-Leicester-jersey.Leicester FC
Liverpool: The 2019-20 jersey is a throwback to the jersey of 1982-83, with white pin stripes on the front. The shirt also honours Bob Paisley, the club's most successful manager, who would have turned 100 this year. Each shirt features his signature on the inside of the neck.
Salah-Allison-Firmino-Mane-modelling-Liverpool-jersey.Liverpool FC
Manchester City: City's sky blue is joined by purple on the shoulders and logos. Purple has featured on some City away kits over the past few years, but this is the first time that it forms a part of the home jersey.
David-Silva-Manchester-City-kit.Manchester City
Manchester United: The red devils say that the the new kit is a token to United's incredible 1998-1999 season during which they made history by becoming the first team to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in one season. The new shirt features the minutes in which goals from the 1999 Champions League final were scored with 90+1 and 90+3 on the sleeves, of which current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored the last.
Manchester-United-shirt.Manchester United
Newcastle United: The magpies have stuck with their trademark black and white stripes, but have made them thicker. They are also the only side in the Premier League to have the team crest in the middle instead of on the left.
Newcastle-united-home-shirts.Newcastle United
Norwich City: Relegated from the Premier League in 2016, Norwich have returned with a kit which fades their iconic colours together. The Canaries' yellow fuses into green at the bottom and on the shoulders.
Norwich-City-Football-kit.Norwich City
Sheffield United: Another of the Premier League's new teams, Sheffield United's kit features the clubs red and white vertical stripes with a round white collar.
Sheffield-United-jersey.Sheffield United
Southampton: The Saints' new kit is similar to Sheffield United's, with familiar red and white stripes. One big difference is the black patch which covers the shoulders and red trim on the collar.
Southampton-football-kit.Southampton FC
Tottenham: New stadium and now a new kit! Tottenham Hotspur have gone for this very clean-looking jersey. The club says the kit pays tribute to Tottenham's homecoming to the stadium and spirit around the club.
Tottenham-Hotspur-kit.Tottenham Hotspur/Nike
Watford: Troy Deeney models Watford's latest home jersey. The shirt is split in half with one side black and the other side yellow, a switch from the black and yellow stripes of last year.
Troy-Deeney-in Watford-jersey.Watford FC
West Ham United: The Hammers classic colours have been given a reinvention ahead of the new season. Last year's kit featured an all-claret base with minimal blue trim, but the blue is back with a large panel on the top half of the shirt.
West-Ham-United-home-jersey.West Ham United
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Finally, Wolves have kept it simple this year with a V-neck jersey and three stripes going down each side.
Wolverhampton-Wanderers-JerseyWolverhampton Wanderers