This is the new Olympique Lyon 2018-19 Away kit by Adidas.
OL players wear a version of this jersey when they face their opponents away from home.
Paris Saint-Germain’s new 2018-19 home kit by Nike bristles with the historic red and blue cherished by the club’s fans.
Those who flock to the Parc Des Princes create one of world football’s most famous atmospheres, characterized by a deafening din on match days, which provided the creative spark for designers to run PSG’s famed vertical red stripe through a speed filter and thus create a visual effect similar to a sound wave.
AS Roma unveiled the new Nike home strip for the 2018-19 season, featuring Main Global Partner Qatar Airways.
The shirt, inspired by the ancient history of Rome, features a chainmail armour design across the front of the shirt – links that symbolise the unbreakable bond between AS Roma, the city and the club’s fans around the world.
Chelsea FC's 2018-19 home kit by Nike takes inspiration from the famous and much-loved jerseys of the 1980s and 90s.
Flashes of colour light up the shirt, with dazzling horizontal red and white lines vibrantly standing out against the famous Chelsea blue. The jersey is complemented by the traditional blue shorts and white socks, brightened by a horizontal red and blue trim at the knee.
The new Crystal Palace 18/19 home kit, in partnership with Puma, was revealed on Wednesday night at a special event for supporters at Boxpark Croydon.
Next season's design features the 'Palace Fade Stripe', which is an innovative and creative take on the traditional red and blue stripes, and the design illustrates one of the benefits of working with Puma's hugely experienced design and technical team.
The new Crystal Palace 18/19 away kit, in partnership with Puma, was revealed on Wednesday night at a special event for supporters at Boxpark Croydon.
Next season's change strip is the 'Palace PUMA Sash', featuring an iconic design that was voted one of the best 10 kits of all time. It celebrates the 40th anniversary of one of the most memorable seasons in the club's history when the 'Team of the 80s', - the exciting young side managed by Terry Venables - won promotion to the First Division.
Drawing inspiration from key moments in the club’s history, the new Manchester City 2018/19 home shirt features the customary City blue colorway with dark blue speed blur stripes along the arms and shoulders.
A return to navy socks echoes the kit worn when City first won the league title in 1937 and also in the pivotal 1998/99 season, which is considered by many to be the turning point in the modern history of the club.
Prominent diamonds, a reworked design and all in Bayern red – the record champions’ new home jersey for the 2018/19 campaign has been revealed.
A tribute to the region they call home. This FC Bayern jersey draws inspiration from the jagged mountain skylines of Bavaria and the diamonds on the club crest.