2015-16 Premier League Kits Overview – All 15-16 Premier League Jerseys

The 2015-16 Premier League season will kick-off in less than one week, as we take a look at all 15-16 Premier League kits in one comprehensive overview.

Generally speaking, Adidas and Puma dominate Premier League shirt contracts with six and four, respectively. Following the losses of Arsenal and, more recently, Manchester United to their competitors, only supply one 15-16 Premier League team, Manchester City, with kits. Macron, New Balance and Umbro produce the kits for two Premier League clubs each.


Made by Puma, the new Arsenal kits introduce a bit of gold to the color scheme, remembering the recent cup wins. Emirates continues to sponsor the Arsenal 15-16 home, away and third jerseys.

Aston Villa

A classic Macron work, the new Aston Villa 15-16 home and away kits don't fail to deliver with lots of neat details to honor the Birmingham club's rich history, while not losing sight of modern kit design.


JD Football have put together a diverse set for Bournemouth's first Premier League season ever. The Bournemouth 15-16 third kit supports the fight against cancer with five percent of all sales.


Long-term shirt sponsor Samsung is replaced by Yokohama Tyres for the Chelsea 15-16 kits, as Adidas adds splashes of red to Chelsea's classic blue and white colors.

Crystal Palace

Macron delivers a clean job with the new Crystal Palace 15-16 home and away kits, incorporating the blue and red club colors in a smart way. Mansion becomes the new Crystal Palace shirt sponsor.


Everton's 15-16 kits really stand out with the stunning, green and orange third kit, while the home and away jerseys are rather traditional in blue and white.

Leicester City

Puma produces the new Leicester City 15-16 kits for the club's return to the first division. Gold accents grace the blue and black Leicester home and away jerseys, while the third kit is white and blue.


Liverpool FC's transition from Warrior Sports to New Balance is marked with a set of three classic kits, proving that sometimes less is more.

Man City

Nike's only remaining team in the Premier League, Manchester City receive smart 15-16 home, away and third kits. The Man City 15-16 away kit is dark blue with unique resemblances to the Blue Moon club anthem, while the new third jersey is bold green.

Man Utd

The Manchester United 15-16 home and away kits feature classic designs inspired by the 1982 jerseys, as the Red Devils return to Adidas after 23 years. Bold in every aspect, the Adidas Manchester United third kit is black with striking orange accents and a unique fading pattern on the shorts.


While the black and white striped Newcastle 15-16 home kit and the light gray away jersey come with blue accents, the Newcastle United 15-16 third shirt is dark blue with a pink and white sash.

Norwich City

All three Norwich City 15-16 kits are built on yellow and green colors, with the unique, yellow-and-green hooped Norwich third kit being the most striking of the set.


As the Saints return to Adidas, it's all about the stripes with the Southampton 15-16 home kit. While the new home kit has wider stripes than usual, the Southampton 2015-16 away jersey is green with a dark blue sash, a popular theme of the new Premier League kits.

Stoke City

Made by New Balance for the first time, the new Stoke City 15-16 kit boasts the classic red and white stripes, while the new Stoke away jersey is black with a green sash.


The Sunderland 15-16 kit is clean, donning the traditional red and white stripes, whereas the Sunderland away kit is green with a gradient to yellow on the front.


Inspired by the city's tradition as a center of the 19th-century copper industry, the Swansea 15-16 home kit comes with accents in copper, while the Swansea away jersey is navy with green hoops. The Swansea City 15-16 kits are made by Adidas.


The new Under Armour Tottenham Hotspur 15-16 home kit introduces an unprecedented sash design, completed by a navy-and-white v-collar. Blue and purple are the colors of the new Spurs away and third kits.


For their return to the Premier League Watford will wear a unique new yellow and black home shirt, while the Watford away jersey is kept simple in black and white.

West Bromwich

West Bromwich's new 15-16 home kit returns to the traditional blue and white stripes, while the West Bromwich 15-16 away shirt is red and comes with the club's classic calligraphic WBA logo.

West Ham

The new West Ham 15-16 kits draw inspiration from classic West Ham shirts worn in the first years of the last century, as the London club prepare to say goodbye to Boleyn Ground after more than 100 years.

What do you think of the 2015-16 Premier League kits? Which one do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below.