Confirmed & leaked kits 2023/24

Clubs all around Europe are preparing to reveal the kits they will wear in the 2023/24 campaign.

The freshest garms and drip – or shirts and shorts – will be dropped online throughout the summer as teams look to reinvent themselves ahead of next season.

Here’s what we know about the kits giants around Europe will be wearing in 2023/24.


There are some fancy designs on the front of Arsenal’s home kit and and a bit of gold along the collar gives it a prestigious feel.


Chelsea’s new owners are in talks with German insurance giant Allianz over new shirt sponsorship, with Three expected to be given the boot.

As a result, early kit designs for the Blues’ home strip next season are just predictions.


Liverpool have wasted no time getting their 2023/24 home shirt ready.

There’s a big emotional play, too – the strip pays homage to legendary Reds boss Bill Shankly’s final in charge 50 years ago.

It will be debuted in their final home game of the season against Aston Villa on May 20.

Manchester City

Riyad Mahrez

City may swap their kit layout around / Michael Regan/GettyImages

The early rumours around City’s home kit suggest they will scrap the maroon sleeves that have been seen this season and revert to a v-neck.

They may also make the Puma logo and club crest align horizontally rather than the current vertical layout.

Manchester United

Marcus Rashford

Rashford in Man Utd’s 2023/24 home kit / Ryan Pierse/GettyImages

A few dodgy leaks have emerged on Man Utd’s home kit, but nothing substantial. They will, however, remain with adidas and TeamViewer is expected as the main sponsor.


An as of yet unnamed Saudi Arabian company will take the place of Fun88 on the front of Newcastle shirts from 2023/24.

It is thought to be worth around £25m a year.


Son Heung-min

There’ll be a slight change to Tottenham’s home kit / Michael Regan/GettyImages

It looks like Tottenham will go for the red of AIA again on their home shirts, which will again be made by Nike. The leak also has some pretty wavy graphic designs.

AC Milan

Milan look to have gone in a different direction on their classic stripes. It’s bold and looks pretty good.


Inter will display a new colour scheme on their 2023/24 home kit. Yellow logos are back for the Nerazzurri, who used similar designs in the early 2000s.


Juventus have also decided to chuck a load of yellow onto their classic black and white strip, according to Footy Headlines.

Looks a bit like a furry zebra, right?


Napoli will be able to add the Scudetto badge to their 2023/24 home kit, having sealed a first Serie A title in 33 years. However, early designs are scarce at this point.

Atletico Madrid

Early pictures of Atletico Madrid’s home kit for next season show a gradient effect on their famous red stripes. It’s a return to a more classic shirt for Los Rojiblancos.


Barcelona’s home kit has been leaked and it looks like the Catalan club are harking back to the days of Johan Cruyff with darker shades of Blaugrana.

Real Madrid

Real Madrid’s home kit for the 2023/24 season has said to have already been spotted in shops for sale, even though they haven’t won their customary Champions League title yet.

It’ll look pretty good on Jude Bellingham if he leaves Germany for the Bernabeu.

Bayern Munich

Bayern have decided to scrap most of the red on the front of their shirts for white instead. It’s the first time in decades they’ve made that layout switch.

The reigning German champions do have a rule stating home kits can only be red and white, and the collar reflects that rather literally with the words ‘Rot & Weiß ein Leben lang’ (‘Red & White a life long’).

Borussia Dortmund

Puma have a deal with Dortmund to make kits until 2028, though fans were given the innovative chance to design their home strip for 2023/24.

The winner will be announced during the summer of 2023, with nine designs making the latest shortlist.

Paris Saint-Germain

Lionel Messi isn’t sticking around to play in PSG’s 2023/24 home kit but those who do remain in Paris will have a decent number to strut around in.

Early rumours suggest their kits next season are inspired by the Parisian skyline, which is lovely and romantic, isn’t it?