A new football season means one important thing, new football kits. Football kits have become an integral part of the modern football culture, and they are now intrinsically attached to iconic teams and players.
Here are our top 10 home kits from the 2022/23 season
It may not be the best-looking kit on the planet, but Brentford decided not to release a new home shirt for the 2022/23 season. Instead, the Bees extended the life of their 2021/22 home kit, making it more affordable for the fans and promoting a more sustainable kit culture. That deserves mentioning in this list.
Borussia Dortmund brought back the stripes for the first time since 2002-03 with their new 2022/23 home kit. The stripes on the jersey feature a pattern inspired by the window arches of the Wildschütz, the tavern in which Borussia Dortmund were founded, and the way they fit around the sponsor logo is just perfect.
The 2022/23 West Ham home kit is the perfect example of retro with a modern twist. The jersey pays homage to the 1992-93 promotion-winning side led by Billy Bond and features a scratched graffiti blue and white detailing on the sleeves, which follows the edginess of the club’s message of moving into a modern age.
New Balance have been making waves in the 2022/23 season, and the new Porto home kit for the season is another beauty. The classic blue and white stripes stick to the traditions of the club, while the darker tone in the sleeves is a neat addition.
Roma rarely go wrong with their home kit. The design features a vintage pattern from the club logo in the 1930s along with a mixture of two shades of the trademark red colour and the traditional orange trim.
The 2022/23 Barcelona Home kit has all the makings of an all-time classic. The 2022 kit pays homage to the 30th anniversary of the 1992 Olympics held in Barcelona with the gold detailing on the Spotify and Nike sponsor logos. The dark blue sleeves may not be for everybody, but it fits well with this design.
It’s official, Arsenal are a full-time premium clothing brand that plays football on the side. Arsenal and Adidas have smashed it out of the park, once again, with this home kit. The collar, the three stripes on the shoulders, the lightning detailing, everything just works.
Adidas, they’ve done it again. It’s not difficult to get a white kit wrong, but there’s just something special about this kit with the black detailing that feels right. It’s a good reminder that sometimes when it comes to life and football jerseys, simplicity is perfection.
Norwich City have produced a classic with their 2022/23 home kit. The pinstripes and green V-neck collar and sleeves work perfectly together, and the black Lotus sponsor gives the perfect contrast to an all-round lovely kit.
Venezia do football kits better than everyone else, and for the second year in a row, the Italian team have made it to the top of the list. The collar, the gold detailing, the orange and green stripes, the long black sleeves, and the blend of vintage and modern. It is pure art.