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Barclays Premier League kits for season 2012/13

What is your team wearing this season?

  • Purple reign: Arsenal have departed from tradition by opting for novel away colours and black shorts
  • Blue trim: Arsenal's home kit is more in keeping with tradition but the blue hoop on the neck and sleeves is a new feature
  • Pretty in pink: You won't have any trouble picking out Wojciech Szczesny in a crowded penalty area at away grounds in the coming campaign (© Arsenal FC)
  • It's a Given: Aston Villa are going with a more traditional green goalkeeping jersey
  • Blue collar: Darren Bent will be giving plenty of hardworking performances in this home strip
  • Herd about this: Aston Villa will be playing in bright yellow away from home in this kit modelled by Chris Herd
  • Gold medallists: The Blues have gone for gold trim befitting of Olympic year and their new status as European club champions
  • Making a slash: Chelsea have introduced a light blue diagonal stripe to their white shirts
  • Roll up roll up: Everton's Johnny Heitinga won't need to roll his sleeves up any more when playing at Goodison Park
  • Dark days ahead: Everton fans can have any away colour they want so long as it's black
  • White stripes: Fulham fans will be seen sporting pin-stripes in the city of London
  • The future's bright: Orange is the new black for Fulham, where the Dutch influence is making its mark on their new away strip
  • Red all over: Liverpool's home kit is a classy crimson number with baggy shorts and shirt collars
  • Back to black: Every dark shirt has a silver lining on Liverpool's new away kit
  • Three's Kompany: Manchester City have also gone from white V-neck to black shirt collar for their new home kit
  • Cheque this out: Home matches will be a picnic for Manchester United fans in this original number
  • Square ball: United's Gingham design will surely become one of the iconic football shirts
  • Scarlet fever: Newcastle will be hoping to leave more opponents red-faced in this away shirt
  • Canary yellow: Norwich will be hoping to continue the bright start they made to their Premier League adventure last season
  • Flying high: QPR will be aiming to fare better than last season in these airline-sponsored offerings
  • By Royal appointment: This is how Reading will grace the Madejski Stadium in the top flight
  • Mellow yellow: Reading's players should have no trouble picking out team-mates on their travels
  • All white now: Southampton's Jay Rodriguez will be hoping to be seen in this pose on a regular basis on his travels (© Southampton FC)
  • Red roar: Southampton's home shirt is reminiscent of Nottingham Forest's from a few years back ( (© Southampton FC)
  • Chiaroscuro: Spurs have changed the collars on their kits but have remain steadfastly bright white at home and dark blue away
  • Potty for the stripes: Stoke are celebrating their 150th anniversary this season
  • Tall order: Stoke striker Peter Crouch will be looking to produce more outstanding strikes in these Barcelona-inspired stripes
  • Singing the Blues: The Black Cats will be feeling blue and green on their travels apparently
  • Swan for the money: Swansea look decidedly chic and not dissimilar to Real Madrid in this classy outfit
  • Welsh dragons: Will Swansea set the Premier League on fire again next season?
  • Go West: The Baggies stay with their traditional navy blue and white stripes as sported by striker Peter Odemwingie
  • Hammer time: West Ham United keep the claret and blue but have gone for a semi-ring, semi-V-necked collar
  • In the navy: The dark blue is sleek, the V-neck a nod to the club's iconic home colours
  • All Blacks: A club from a town well known for its rugby has gone with the colours made famous by the New Zealand rugby team
  • Go Figuer: No surprises for Wigan fans with the club plumping for traditional blue and white as modelled by Maynor Figueroa

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