Premier League 2014/15 kits: New strips released for the upcoming season, including Manchester United and Liverpool
A look at what the top-flight teams will be wearing this season
Monday 07 July 2014
The build-up to a new season isn't just about the transfer window.
As well as intrigue over which players will be turning out for which team, what they will be wearing also causes much interest and debate.
Many of the 20 Premier League clubs have unveiled their new kits already.
One of those to cause a stir is Liverpool's third kit, complete with a red sash across the middle. Others are emblazoned with new sponsors, including Manchester United, while some are playing it safe.
Here, we take a look at all the new strips released so far...
Which is your favourite of the bunch? Let us know in the comments below.
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