Queens Park Rangers
While the Rs home and away kits are the same design as last season, previous sponsors KLM have departed and so now the name of manufacturers Influence adorns the chest too.
Last season’s unworn orange and black third kit is dispensed with, to be replaced with a plainer design, though it’s hard to see where it would solve any issues that the red and black change strip could not.
Last season’s bright lime away shirt remains but the Blades mark their return to the top flight with a new home strip, with the inset black pinstripes giving them a unique look but at the same time referencing the designs of the late 1970s.
The Saints are in the same three kits as last season, though the white home socks – which were for a time replaced by the black third set – have been reinstalled as the first-choice option.
Another Hummel team opting to retain their three existing designs – for a third straight season, in fact – though the third shirt has a wrapover v-neck now.
No change here, either. Spurs are the only Hummel side not to have a third kit, but one is unlikely to be required unless they were to meet Torquay United in one of the cups.
Bucking the Hummel trend are the Dons, albeit in an understated away. Instead of the continuous trim down the arms, their three strips now have just two larger chevrons on each side – with the Football League patches below, rather than above like Sunderland and Tottenham.