Liverpool will proudly display the ‘Champions 2019/20’ patch on their kit for the 2020/21 season, which was unveiled on Saturday morning.
The Reds will kick off their partnership with Nike with a new design that features a white and teal collar and sleeve cuffs.
Every kit that features the ‘Champions’ badge on the sleeve is instantly increased in appeal. It’s a reminder that you are the defending title-winners. The best of the best. The team to beat.
We here at GiveMeSport have decided to rank every single kit worn by the Premier League champions in the season after they claimed the title.
So for example, the list features Liverpool’s 2020/21 shirt, not the one they wore in their title-winning campaign.
Without further ado, let’s get into it.
25. Man City: 2014/15
24. Man United: 1996/97 & 1997/98
23. Man United: 2000/01 & 2001/02
22. Arsenal: 2002/03
21. Chelsea: 2015/16
20. Leicester City: 2016/17
Man City’s 2014/15 kit occupies last place as a result of a serious mismatch of colours.
Sky blue and black? Urgh.
It’s a shame Leicester City didn’t return from their title triumph with a nicer design.
19. Man United: 2009/10
18. Man City: 2012/13
17. Man United: 2003/04
16. Chelsea: 2005/06
15. Liverpool: 2020/21
14. Man City: 2019/20
13. Man United: 2013/14
12. Man United: 2011/12
11. Chelsea: 2017/18
10. Chelsea: 2006/07
Liverpool’s new design, their first with Nike, sits 15th in our list.
Some fans are disappointed with the addition of a teal collar and sleeve cuff, but in our opinion it’s a neat move.
There were plenty of Man United kits to rank – 11 in total – but few were smarter than their 2011/12 home edition.
9. Blackburn Rovers: 1995/96
8. Arsenal: 2004/05
7. Man United: 1994/95
6. Man City: 2018/19
5. Chelsea: 2010/11
4. Arsenal: 1998/99
3. Man United: 1999/00
2. Man United: 1993/94
1. Man United: 2007/08 & 2008/09
Man United occupy the top three spots on our list, with their iconic 2007/08 and 2008/09 shirt coming in at No.1.
It’s a beauty that’s made even better by the success they enjoyed in that period.
We love every single kit in this top nine, starting with Blackburn’s in 1995/96.
It’s the same kit that they wore in their title-winning season and it’s not hard to understand why they decided not to change. It’s a thing of beauty.
Meanwhile, Arsenal came through with an underrated classic in 1998/99 that just missed out on the top three.
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