|Arsenal FC Kit
Their crest shows the picture of a cannon. The cannon was first used in 1970. Arsenal
won their first double a year later and they then became known as the 'Gunners'. The
home kit includes a bright red shirt with white sleeves matched with white shorts.
|Aston Villa FC Kit
In 2007 there was a redesign of the crest for Aston Villa Football Club, with the
traditional lion of the club on top of a sky blue background with the motto "prepared"
and a small white star to signify the team's 1982 victory in the European Cup.
|Birmingham FC Kit
Their current home colours are a royal blue shirt with a wide white penguin stripe
running vertically on the front, white shorts and white socks. The away colors mostly
reverse this color scheme with a white shirt, royal blue shorts and white socks.
The current design of the home kit for Blackburn Rovers Football Club is the split shirt
design with the colours white and blue, along with white shorts and white socks. The away
club kit is mostly black, except for one arm which is red.
The most recent designs are nearly all white, with
limited dark blue and red highlights to add interest to the design. Away colors for the
Bolton Wanderers are black with turquoise shoulders and trim.
|Chelsea FC Kit
Chelsea first started out with a lighter blue
kit, similar to Manchester City's, however that kit was
replaced by a darker one in 1912 and those colours have been retained today.
|Everton FC Kit
Dark blue shirt and white shorts that they use today was first seen during
1901-02 and after fans appeared to like the kit it has been kept ever since. Their
away kit is white shirt and black shorts
The home kit is an all red strip and their badge is of the liver bird inside a shield;
this badge is known by millions of people in the world, football fans or not and thousands
of shirts are sold weekly with it.
|Man City FC Kit
In the early years, the design of the club kit changed several times before the
traditional colour scheme of sky blue and white were settled on.
The clubs away shirt is a contrasting dark blue with thin white stripes.
|Man Utd FC Kit
Over the years Manchester United have generally kept to red shirts and because of this
they became known as the 'Red Devils'. Manchester United shirts are amongst the most
popular shirts in the world of football.
|Newcastle FC Kit
A pattern of vertical black and white stripes on the shirt with black shorts, became the
standard colours and kit design for the club and for the rest of its history. The away
colors are mostly sky blue with black trim.
Most typical colour scheme includes a royal blue shirt with
white trim, white shorts and red socks. Their away colours almost reverse the home colour
scheme, with a mostly white jersey and royal blue shorts and socks.
|Reading FC Kit
Reading Football Club kit has returned to it traditional hoop striped shirt, however, the
kit uses two shades of blue - navy blue for the shorts and a lighter shade of royal blue
for the stripes on the shirt and for the colour of the socks.
|Sunderland FC Kit
The home kit includes a pattern of vertical red and white stripes on the shirt, with
black shorts and black socks. The away colors for the club are all-white
shorts and socks and a white shirt with red shoulders.
|Tottenham FC Kit
Tottenham have a commemorative fourth kit for their 125th anniversary; this features a
unique design of a half white, half light blue shirt. While this kit will rarely be used,
it is a must have piece of memorabilia.
|West Ham FC Kit
The traditional colours associated with West Ham United Football Club are claret and sky
blue, with white shorts and white socks. Their away uniform consists of a
white jersey with claret shorts and socks.