Premier League kit-tracker, gameweek 31

Unfortunately, our aim to have the kit-tracker finished in tandem with the end of the season won’t be achieved but it should be completed this week.

Today we’re going back to the second round of fixtures after the restart. Things to note:

  • With their yellow and green goalkeeper kits unsuitable at Norwich City, Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford had to wear last season’s purple strip. Of course, that clashes with blue so it meant an outing for their salmon away strip
  • Bournemouth wore change shorts and socks with their new 2020-21 shirts at Wolves. The shorts were new but the socks were the same alternative set used at Watford earlier in the season
  • Arsenal wore change shorts at Southampton – the first time since 2014-15 that the Gunners played a game in all-yellow

When we publish gameweek 32 tomorrow, we will have an updated Away Kits Table based on Matt Smith’s scores. Here’s how he rated the choices by the visitors here:

Brighton 3
West Ham 3
Aston Villa 3
Everton 0
Sheffield Utd 3
Bournemouth 3
Crystal Palace 3
Watford 3
Arsenal 4
Man City 3

4 comments on “Premier League kit-tracker, gameweek 31

  1. Eric Overpeck

    Patiently awaiting the completion of the season. Any idea if this is still on the agenda? Thanks for all the great work so far!

  2. Eric Overpeck

    Hello Again Denis,

    Thanks once more for your very impressive and detailed work. I have been using your images for a personal (not public) project. I have a similar collection from your work over the 2018-19 season. I would happy to share it with you if you are interested since you have done most of the heavy lifting. Its essentially a fixture grid with your images in place of the actual scores filling an excel spreadsheet, pretty basic.

    I did have one further question. The link that you included in your last note is not showing up in the “Premier League Kit Tracker” section of your blog. I have attempted to reload my page, but nothing I do seems to get the new post to show up there.



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