The football season hasn't finished, but already pictures are beginning to emerge of next season's kits.
This week saw pictures released of the new Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United shirts for the first time.
We run through them for you:
Liverpool — Warrior
Little-known US company Warrior Sports replace global sportswear giant Adidas as Liverpool's kit suppliers from next season under a six-year agreement thought to be worth £150 million.
The press release for the kit says: "It's inspired by greatness. It's modern tradition. It's unapologetically Liverpool FC. It will make you feel 7ft tall." Steady on guys, it looks pretty smart - but it's just a shirt.
One bone of contention for some fans is the removal of the eternal flame from the crest which was added following the Hillsborough disaster of 1989. However, the shirt does have two small flames either side of the number '96' on the back of the neck in remembrance of those who died.
Liverpool fans can pre-order the new kit from the club's official online store. It costs £45 for an adult shirt (£50 for long sleeves) and £35 for a junior shirt (£40 for long sleeves). It will be launched on June 1st.
Arsenal — Nike
Oh la la — that has been the reaction from many to the new Arsenal home shirt that has a distinctly French feel about it. The two Arsenal fans in the Eurosport office had a heated argument about the inclusion of blue on the sleeves with one fan saying he "hated" the blue while the other replied: "There is only so much you can do with red with white sleeves."
The blue hoop is inspired by the home kit socks worn in the 1930s under legendary manager Herbert Chapman, when the club won their first five league titles.
Arsenal fans have also been noting that Robin van Persie plays a key role in the promotional campaign, which they are taking as a positive sign that he is set to stay at the club.
Arsenal fans can pre-order the new kit from Arsenal Direct. It costs £45 for an adult shirt (£50 for long sleeves) and £35 for a junior shirt (£40 for long sleeves). It will be launched on June 7th.
Manchester United — Nike
Manchester United have been keeping their cards close to their chest with their new shirt and only this week started to drip feed pictures on their facebook page.
All this despite that face that leaked pictures have been doing the rounds on the internet for the last few weeks.
However, they have now finally revealed the gingham design that they say is a nod to Manchester's famous cotton industry of 1878 when the club was formed and comes with the tagline: "Forged in Industry, Made of Manchester."
However, the shirt has been met with a mostly negative reaction by fans – some of whom have said it looks like a tea towel.
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