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New 2021-22 football kits: Barcelona, Man Utd & all the top clubs' shirts & jerseys revealed

4:30 AM EDT 9/17/21
New kits 2021-22 Manchester United Barcelona Real Madrid
Goal brings you all the latest kit releases from Europe's biggest clubs, including information about leaks and predicted looks

Football fashion is an industry in itself and every season clubs across the world get in on the action by releasing a whole new set of kits for the campaign.

Manufacturers such as Nike, adidas, Puma and more are all in competition to produce the best looking kits each year, meaning there is always some sort of innovation.

Some brands have delved into the past for retro inspiration, while others tend to stick with a more modern vibe.

So, what will the top teams be wearing in 2021-22? Goal brings you all the details of confirmed kits, rumours and leaks.

  • AC Milan home kit 2021-22 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Theo Hernandez

    AC Milan | Home

    AC Milan's partnership with Puma continues in 2021-22 and there is a lot more red on the rossoneri this season compared to last. A thick black stripe runs down the middle of the chest on the jersey, with two thinner stripes either side of it. Framing the torso is another even thinner black stripe. The v-neck collar is red, with the Puma logo and sponsor text popping out white.

  • AC Milan away kit 2021-22 Puma

    AC Milan | Away

    AC Milan will wear a light gold away kit in 2021-22, complemented by red flourishes on the shoulders and cuffs as well as sponsor logo, with black used for the Puma logo.

  • Ajax 2021-22 home kit

    Ajax | Home

    Ajax have brought back a classic club logo for the 2021-22 season and they will also nod to the past by playing without player names on their jerseys - in the Eredivisie at least. In European competition they will have to comply with UEFA's regulations. As well as the classic red and white, the new home jersey features silver adidas stripes across the shoulders.

  • Ajax away kit 2021-22 adidas

    Ajax | Away

    Ajax will wear a bold blue and black striped jersey as their away outfit in 2021-22, leaving behind the grey-white colourway. A turquoise-teal colour will adorn the badge and logos, as well as the adidas stripes and they border the black stripes, helping them to pop.

  • Arsenal kit adidas 2021-22 home

    Arsenal | Home

    Arsenal's home kit for 2021-22 sees the return of navy as part of the colourway, complementing the classic red and white. The adidas strips and sleeve cuffs are a collegiate navy, with a darker red used as well. While it was part of the style briefly from 2012 to 2014, the navy motifs on the home kit are most commonly associated with the successful Gunners teams of the late 1990s.

    Read all about Arsenal's new kits here.

  • Arsenal away kit 2021-22 Adidas

    Arsenal | Away

    After their marbled away kit effort last season, Arsenal will once again tog out in yellow away from home in 2021-22. Strikingly, the Gunners badge will simply be the classic club cannon, with the tagline being, "inspired by the past, ready for the future". The inspiration is, of course, from the kit worn by the 1970-71 double-winning team and that is evident with the navy blue trim on the collar. Blue also forms part the cuff colouring along with red.

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal third kit 2021-22

    Arsenal | Third

    The striking new design includes a lightning bolt theme with a combination of "mystery blue" and pale blue colouring, while the adidas logo is written in white and the brand's signature stripes are shown in a striking bright red.

    As with the Gunners' home and away jerseys, the 'Arsenal for Everyone' logo is featured in the inside collar as a celebration of diversity, and the kit has been manufactured with adidas' latest cooling technology to provide extra comfort for the players on the pitch.

  • Atletico Madrid home kit 2021-22 Nike

    Atletico Madrid | Home

    Nike's Atletico Madrid home kit for 2021-22 features thicker red stripes, with the two on the front intended to represent an 'A'. The home jersey this season is a reimagining of Atletico's first red and white kit design on the 75th anniversary of the club's name change from Club Atletico-Aviacon.

  • Atletico Madrid away kit 2021-22

    Atletico Madrid | Away

    Atletico Madrid's away kit for 2021-22 is inspired by the kit the club wore during their double-winning season of 1995-96. Predominantly navy in colour, a red hand-drawn design features at the bottom of the torso and continues onto the shorts. The club badge and Nike 'Swoosh' logo are also red.

  • Barcelona 2021-22 home kit

    Barcelona | Home

    The 2021-22 Barcelona home kit was launched on June 15. The home shirt features the signature red and blue stripes and is inspired by the club crest, with sponsors Rakuten on the front. A new addition is the design of St George Cross on the front level with the crest, and the Senyera (the striped Catalan flag). It was available for purchase starting June 16.

    Read more about Barcelona's new kits here

  • Pedri Alexia Putellas Barcelona 2021-22

    Barcelona I Away

    FC Barcelona away kit for the 2021/22 season is designed to promote women’s empowerment, coming in a light shade of purple, with the fusion of blue and red representing the ongoing fight for gender equality. The new jersey still sports the traditional Barca stripes on both sides, and the club logo has an iridescent effect, with numbers and the name at the back also highlighted in purple.

    Barca have also reinforced their commitment to women’s sports by adapting the originally masculine phrase of the club anthem ‘Tots units fem
    força’ (United we are strong) and stamping the feminine version on the side of the jersey.

  • Memphis Depay Barcelona third kit 2021-22

    Barcelona | Third

    Barca claim their latest offering is "a representation of neighbourhoods reimagined by talented young artists. In addition to this innovatively ground-breaking design, this strip is also special in that it will be exclusively worn by the men's and women's teams in Champions League matches".
  • Bayern Munich home kit adidas 2021-22

    Bayern Munich | Home

    Bayern Munich's home kit for 2021-22 is a deep red colour with a lighter shade of red on the downward chevrons feature on the torso. Classic white adidas stripes adorn the shoulders, with white also completing the cuffs.

  • Bayern Munich away kit 2021-22 adidas

    Bayern Munich | Away

    Bayern Munich's away kit for 2021-22 is heavily inspired by the city of Munich. With a colourway of black and gold, the design includes a miniature emblem of the Muenchner Kindl - the Child of Munich, which has been a symbol of the Bavarian city since the 13th century - on the nape of the jersey.

    The base colour is black and all other motifs - club badge, sponsor's logo, manufacturer's insignia - are gold. Three golden stripes top the shoulders and there are a series of white dots on one side of the torso.

  • Borussia Dortmund home kit 2021-22 Puma Marco Reus

    Borussia Dortmund | Home

    Unveiled on the last day of the 2020-21 season, Borussia Dortmund's new home kit for 2021-22 by Puma features a fresh design, with black stripes on the sleeves giving the jersey a modern feel. The rest of the kit is classic in style, with the iconic yellow and black enduring. Like a lot of new kits these days, the fabric is produced from recycled plastic, meaning there is also a 'green' undertone!

  • Borussia Dortmund away kit 2021-22 Puma

    Borussia Dortmund | Away

    Borussia Dortmund will line out in a chevron design away shirt in 2021, with a black background augmented by steel grey to give a slick shimmering look. The kit is completed by black shorts and socks. Classic yellow persists in the away kit though, appearing on the club badge and Puma logo, while the sponsor logo is white on black.

  • Celtic home kit adidas 2021-22

    Celtic | Home

    Celtic's home kit for 2021-22 sees the return of the unbroken green hoops on the torso, while adidas' famous three stripes remain on the shoulders.

  • Celtic away kit 2021-22 adidas

    Celtic | Away

    Having worn a light green last season as their away colour, Celtic have gone back to a darker shade of green, complemented by a golden adidas stripes and logos. The club crest on the logo has been replaced by a large golden four-leaf clover in a nod to the past.

  • Chelsea 2020-21 home kit Mason Mount

    Chelsea | Home

    Chelsea's home kit for 2021-22 is blue (of course), but in a departure from the solid style of last season it features a bold kaleidoscopic design on the jersey, which continues onto the shorts. Yellow is set against the blue in the Nike 'swoosh' and jersey trim, as well as the 'CFC' knitted into the neck.

    Made from recycled polyester fabric, it was first worn on May 15 and Blues star Mason Mount is convinced that the new look will be a hit with supporters, saying: "This jersey is the most eye-catching yet and is so unique from the others I’ve worn."

    Read all about Chelsea's new kits here

  • Chelsea away kit 2021-22 Nike

    Chelsea | Away

    Chelsea will wear a yellow and black away kit during the 2021-22 season. The base of the jersey is solid yellow and thin black line cross the torso horizontally.

  • Chelsea 2021-22 third kit Nike

    Chelsea | Third

    Chelsea's third kit features a green, black and orange colourway, with Nike adopting a bold green and black print pattern with orange accents.

    The Nike 'Swoosh', club badge and sponsors logos are all orange imposed onto the vibrant background.

    According to Nike, the third kit is intended to be reflective of a modern style, in contrast to the home kit, which is inspired by retro designs.

  • Inter home kit 2021-22

    Inter | Home

    Inter have released their new home shirt for the 2021-22 season, celebrating the club's new visual identity. The jersey is the first to feature the new crest, while it also contains a special commemorative patch after the Nerazzurri clinched their 19th Serie A title back in May.

  • Inter away kit Nike 2021-22

    Inter | Away

    The serpent theme has also been adopted on Inter's away kit for 2021-22, with a blue and black reptile coiling around the jersey on a white background. The iconic Nike 'Swoosh' symbol is blue and pops against the white base while a subtle nerazzurri trim borders the sleeves.

  • Ajax 2021-22 home kit

    Inter | Third

    Inter's third kit combines the values of inclusion and equality, with it's black theme complimented by four brightly coloured diagonal stripes representing diversity and opposition to all forms of prejudice and discrimination in the game.

    The Nerazzurri's founding principle is reiterated with the words “Brothers and Sisters of the World” etched inside the jersey, which is made from at least 95% recycled plastic bottles to place a focus on reducing the impact of waste on the environment.

  • Juventus 2021-22 home kit adidas Leonardo Bonucci

    Juventus | Home

    The new Juventus home kit sees the classic hard bianconeri vertical stripes return, banishing the experimental paint-brush strokes of 2020-21 to the past. This new home kit is intended as a homage to the Allianz Stadium, the place Juve have now called home for 10 years, and that is acknowledged on the inside of jersey.

    Adidas' iconic three stripes feature across the shoulders, while the manufacturer's logo sits white on one of the black stripes, making for a nice contrast, while the Jeep sponsor logo now includes an additional line of text.

    Read about Juventus' new kits here

  • Juventus away kit adidas 2021-22

    Juventus | Away

    Juventus' away kit for 2021-22 is all black, with an orange-purple blend featuring on the adidas stripes on the shoulder.

    Multi-coloured broken lines adorn the body of the jersey, with blue-yellow and orange-purple being the colourway, while the logos - club badge, manufacturer and sponsor - are all white

  • Liverpool 2021-22 kit Virgil van Dijk home

    Liverpool | Home

    The new Liverpool home kit for 2021-22 is a serious change and Nike has introduced a new colour to the traditional palette, with a lurid orange added to the crimson mix. It features on the cuffs of the sleeves, the front collar and in diagonal stripes disecting the body.

    The Nike 'swoosh' logo and the Liverpool badge are an off-white colour, with a deep green featuring on the back of the collar in a nod to the nineties colourway. First worn on May 23 against Crystal Palace, the new kit has been likened to the traditional Roma kits, which traditionally incorporate a burnt red and yellow or orange.

    According to Nike, the bold new style has been inspired by Liverpool's past when the club opted to go for an all-red look, ditching white shorts.

    Read more about Liverpool's new kits here!

  • Liverpool Away kit 2021-22

    Liverpool | Away

    Liverpool debuted their away kit on July 8, the shirt taking on an ebony and off-white colourway with teal accents that is an homage to the classic jersey of 1996-97. The shirt features the eternal flames on the nape of the neck as tribute to the 96, with Curtis Jones saying of the design: “I think the fans will love this one. It’s a perfect reflection of the city and you can see the inspiration throughout the design with a throwback to the ’90s.”

  • Liverpool third kit 2021-22

    Liverpool | Third

    Released on September 8, the third kit is a yellow number with red accents, a tribute to the club's iconic away kit of the early 1980s with the classic 'Candy' logo.

  • Puma Manchester City 2021-22 kit

    Man City | Home

    Manchester City's home kit for 2021-22 has reverted to a mostly sky blue, with the darker blue flourishes that featured last season being dispensed with. Instead, the logos of the sponsor and kit manufacturer - Nike - will be white in colour. The new home kit includes a reference '93:20' - a nod to the time of Sergio Aguero's famous goal against QPR which won them their first league title.

    Read all about Man City's new kits for 2021-22 here!

  • Man City away kit 2021-22 Puma

    Man City | Away

    Man City's away kit for 2021-22 is heavily imbued with water symbolism as the shirt is intended as a message on water scarcity across the world. Puma used a specific manufacturing process that reduces water use and the result is an off-white shirt with iridescent blue-purple colours imprinted on top.

  • Man City third kit 2021-22

    Man City | Third

    Man City's third kit for 2021-22 was launched on August 18 and is a dark blue colour, patterned all over with the club's crest.

    The team's name can be clearly read a lighter shade of blue, while their shirt sponsor, Etihad Airways, sits below in white.

  • Luke Shaw Man Utd 2020-21 Kit

    Man Utd | Home

    Manchester United unveiled their Adidas-made home kit for the 2021-22 campaign on July 15, which features all-new jersey sponsor TeamViewer - who have replaced Chevrolet. The style of the 1960s has been mooted as the main inspiration for the jersey, whilst the ribbed collar and cuffs have even designed to provide comfort and give off a heritage feel. 

    The words ‘youth, courage and success’ can be found in the inner-collar, underlining the club's core values, while gold trimmings are prominent throughout and a gold devil is printed on the neck, shorts and socks to signify the success that the Red Devils have enjoyed over the years.

    Read all about Man Utd's new kits here!

  • Manchester United away kit 2021-22 adidas

    Man Utd | Away

    Manchester United are throwing it back to the early days of the Sir Alex Ferguson years with an away kit inspired by the adidas away kit design worn by the Red Devils between 1990-92. Featuring blue and white stripes which create a zig-zag pattern, it is topped off with red lettering for the sponsor logo and adidas insignia, including the shoulder stripes.

  • Man Utd third kit 2021-22

    Man Utd | Third

    Manchester United's third kit for 2021-22 was launched on August 12 and is a predominantly dark blue and black colour with an underlying pattern, reminiscent of the club's 1993-94 away kit.

    The accents – including the adidas and TeamViewer logos – are done in an eye-catching yellow shade to contrast with the darkness of the base colours, rounded off with black shorts and yellow socks.

  • Paris Saint-Germain home kit 2021-22 Kylian Mbappe

    PSG | Home

    Paris Saint-Germain's kits are produced by Nike, but they have notably incorporated the Jordan Brand, with the iconic Jumpman logo featuring on selected kits over the past four years. In 2021-22, the logo will be on the home kit for the first time.

    The new home jersey will not feature the iconic red Hechter stripe and instead will be solid navy with red-white piping along the sleeves and collar. The Jumpman logo will be white, set against a subtle material design, which Nike says "bring classic basketball iconography to the pitch".

  • PSG away kit 2021-22 Nike

    PSG | Away

    PSG's away kit for 2021-22 incorporates arctic pink and black onto a white background. A single black line divides the front of the jersey, with pink featuring on either side, while one sleeve cuff is black, the other pink.

  • Rangers 2021-22 home kit Castore

    Rangers | Home

    Steven Gerrard's Rangers broke Celtic's stranglehold on the Scottish Premiership last season and it was their first title in 10 years. To mark that achievement, Rangers' new home kit, made by British manufacturers Castore, marks the club's 150th anniversary and features gold on blue, with a thick white collar and white cuffs.

  • Rangers away kit 2021-22 Castore

    Rangers | Away

    A black and red colourway has been adopted for Rangers' away kit in their 150th anniversary year. The colour choices, which have long featured on Rangers kits over the years, are inspired by the civic colours of Govan, near where Ibrox is based. As with the home kit, the badges and sponsor logos are all gold.

  • Karim Benzema Real Madrid kit 2021-22

    Real Madrid | Home

    La Liga giants Real Madrid have put a new spin on their iconic Blancos jersey for 2021-22.

    Inspired by the city of Madrid and the love for the club all around the world, adidas has taken the iconic white of Real Madrid and introduced a subtle spiral graphic engineered into the fabric of the home jersey. The spiral design reflects the fountains in the Plaza de Cibeles, an area of Madrid synonymous with the club – a place where fans unite to celebrate winning titles.

    Read more about Real Madrid's new kits

  • Ferland Mendy Karim Benzema Real Madrid 2021-22

    Real Madrid | Away

    Real Madrid's away kit for 2020-21 is a deep blue base colour with yellow accents on the collar as well as the adidas stripes on the shoulders.

  • Real Madrid 2021-22 Third Kit

    Real Madrid | Third

    The Real Madrid third kit for 2021-22, by adidas, sees the club don a turquoise/teal colour, with white and black accents. The background of the jersey is solid turquoise, with a crew-neck collar in black. The adidas logo is black and white, while the Madrid badge and the adidas stripes are all white.

  • Tottenham 2021-22 kit home Nike

    Tottenham | Home

    Having added more navy to the mix in 2020-21, Tottenham's home kit for 2021-22 sees the north London club revert to a clean white style. The Nike 'swoosh' and the club's traditional cockerel badge are navy. Spurs added the cockerel to their kit in 1921, so this kit is intended as a celebration of that fact 100 years later, giving the emblem an almost clear canvas from which to pop.

  • Tottenham away kit 2021-22 adidas

    Tottenham | Away

    Tottenham's away kit for 2021-22 is a strikingly bold effort, with an almost iridescent blend of blue and purple on black base, with yellow colouring on the logos.

  • Lucas Moura Tottenham third kit

    Tottenham | Third

    Spurs revealed their third strip for 2021-22 in mid-September, with the offering "encompassing bold prints and patterns inspired by the streets of Tottenham".

    The Premier League outfit also claim that their latest "striking purple design celebrates the vibrancy of the Club’s N17 neighbourhood, with an N17 logo on the inside collar."