Premier League Kit-Tracker – Project Restart

Finally, we are making inroads into the large backlog in order to bring the Premier League kit-tracker up to date.

Reasons for the delay include the inclusion of the Black Lives Matter and NHS patches on to every kit, as well as the fact that Bournemouth, Burnley and Chelsea have worn new strips since the restart. We will get there, though – this post will remain as a sticky, with additions being made when we can.

For now, we have the first 12 fixtures, in which all players wore the Black Lives Matter message above their numbers. Other items of note:

  • In the first two games back, Sheffield United wore mashups that had yet to be seen this season
  • Manchester City promoted their Cityzens Giving for Recovery campaign against Arsenal
  • West Ham United had new sleeve sponsors, with Scope Markets replacing Basset & Gold
  • With their deal with Mansion ending, Bournemouth wore next season’s kits, featuring the logo of stadium sponsor Vitality

Aston Villa 0 Sheffield United 0

Manchester City 3 Arsenal 0

We will be updating Matt Smith’s Away Kits Table in the coming days, too. For now, here are the scores for the kit choices of the visitors in the two outstanding matches and gameweek 30:

Sheffield United v Aston Villa 3
Arsenal v Manchester City 0
Southampton 3
Manchester United 3
Leicester City 3
Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion 3
Wolverhampton Wanderers 3
Crystal Palace 3
Sheffield United v Newcastle United 3
Chelsea 1
Liverpool 3
Burnley 3

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