The new European football season is well and truly underway, and while many teams are yet to show their metal on the football pitch, some of those donning their new football kits are catching the eye of many around the world.
We have carefully picked the top 10 football kits to check out and see if you want one (or more) of these in your wardrobe. Of course, it depends on where your allegiance lies.
Manchester United are 2 points off the table and way off steam. The style of football hasn’t caught the attention of many, and the team continues to be scrutinised under Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer. Still, their new stylish away kit has caught the attention of many.
Inspired by the retro kit from the 1990-1992 era, the blue and white design looks neat. On top of that, they went on and signed Ronaldo, who wore the kit the first time in the first match of the Champions League group stages against Young Boys. Unfortunately for Manchester United, they lost the game after Ronaldo scored the opener.
PSG and Nike have made a nice habit of coming up with exquisite kits each season. This season, they have one of the best (if not THE best) strikeforce in Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe, and also have one of the best kits in all of Europe.
This jersey is too easy on the eye, just like how football and PSG fans would want their football to be on the pitch.
Inter Milan won the Scudetto after a long, long time. Eleven years to be precise. Inter’s away kit this season is inspired by the 2010/2011 season, the season they played after winning their first-ever treble. The Biscione Snake and the new club crest look amazing, and Inter fans their team can match the shirt design with on-pitch performances. Wins away from the San Siro wearing that jersey would be a joy for the travelling supporters and the Inter fanbase in general.
Our apologies, but we had to push this one to the top 10, as this one is almost as good as PSGs other two kits. While we included the away kit at #9, their home kit in the traditional colours – this one carries Jordan’s logo, the first time a PSG home kit came from Michael Jordon’s own shirt manufacturer. Adding to that, the shorts are inspired by Jordan’s Chicago Bulls Basketball uniform, which will be worn by the trio of Messi, Neymar, Mbappe. Spicy.
Puma dropped a banger with many football clubs. We’re putting this wow kit in Blue for the French club for Marseille. PSG have competition both on and off the pitch.
This one looks great on the eye. Royal. New. Not boring. Kudos to PUMA on coming up with this design, which is aesthetically pleasing, to say the least.
Nike has done of its best jobs for RB Leipzig this season. The German club may have lost their manager to Bayern Munich, but their kit is top drawer stuff. The mixed Slushed Puppy look has to be in the top 5.
Football and RB Leipzig fans would be hoping to see their team smash their opponents this season, especially when they are wearing this one!
Sorry, Arsenal fans. It is a mere coincidence. 4th it is, but there really were three better than the Arsenal third kit, which in all reality is a work of art dropped by Nike.
Arsenal fans would love for the joke to come true this time, as their team fights for a higher finish, and a 4th would do just fine. Meanwhile, we feel their kit is definitely worth being placed in the 4th spot.
We’re rotating the globe here a bit because it is absolutely necessary to move away from Europe and take note of one of the best football clubs in South America. Brazilian club Corinthians along with Nike, has come up with one of the best designs. It’s stylish and worth having!
You don’t have to be Brazilian or a Corinthian fan to be having this. It’s just different and surely one to have in your wardrobes.
‘Don’t worry about a thing, Cause every little thing, gonna be all right.’
Amsterdam is one of the best cities in Europe, and Ajax is known for producing the best young talent on the continent, if not the world.
Ajax, along with Adidas, dropped in an awe dropping kit inspired by legendary artist Bob Marley. The Red, Yellow, Green stripes with the black base make the Top 2 of the Best Kits of the season.
Interesting to note that Ajax also got the Three Birds on the back, but UEFA stepped in and banned Ajax from using the same in this season’s Champions League. That, however, has not stopped fans all over the world from flocking the online and offline stores to get their hands on this piece of art!
They’re not the best in Italy. The kit manufacturer isn’t considered in the same league as Nike, Adidas, or Puma, but Venezia, along with Kappa, has dropped probably one of the best kits ever!
A stadium that holds just 10,000 people, and is only accessible by a boat, will have fans watch their team play in this work of art and fashion! It’s Italy, after all. It had to be!
Guess what, it’s sold out! 🙂