Football kits: Which English club has the most in-demand set of kits for the 2019/20 season?

There are some clear winners and losers in the battle to have the most popular set of kits for the 2019/20 season

Luke Brown
Friday 30 August 2019 11:13
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The 2019/20 English football season may only have recently started – but already there are some clear winners and losers when it comes to this campaign’s replica shirt designs.

Data team Love The Sales has been tracking UK demand of replica shirts for all 91 league clubs to establish which teams have the most desirable kits to buy this season.

Their data produces some surprising results, with one League Two side releasing a set of football kits that are even more in demand than one high-flying Premier League club.

Meanwhile, six non-Premier League clubs place in the top 20 of this season’s most in-demand football kits, with one Championship side even squeezing Tottenham Hotspur out of the top six.

The club with the most in-demand kits shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise – but which of the Premier League giants is it? Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea? Find out below.

See the above gallery to see how popular your club’s kits are this season.

Which Premier League strip won our coveted 2019/20 football kit rankings? Find out here.

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