There’s still some time before the 2023-24 football season kicks off, but we’re already starting to see new kits making their debuts. These are our favorites that we’ve seen so far.
It’s once again that time of year. Teams from around the world have begun to drop their newest kits for the upcoming 2023-24 season and there are already some absolutely scintillating styles on display.
Not sure which kits you’ll be copping for your summer rotation? Look no further.
Real Madrid Home
Familiar, but Los Blancos always find a way to add to that iconic all-white home kit.
This year’s iteration features a gleaming gold detail on top of a navy trim that gives the piece that royal, pristine, and triumphant feel that is oh so Real Madrid. The Club World Cup badge above the adidas stripes doesn’t harm this kit at all. Instant classic.
Celtic FC Away
The newly-minted treble winners will sport a kit on their travels fit for the kings of Scotland. The textured white design around the collar and sleeves give the perfect accent to the deep black base.
It wouldn’t be a Celtic kit without a bit of green, and the forest green three stripes across the shoulder do a great job tying in an iconic feel to a modern look. The Celts’ crest in white cements this top as one that could go down as an all-timer for a club with plenty of belters in its history.
Switzerland Women Home
With the Women’s World Cup weeks away, we had to include a kit that will be on display when the best women in the world go at it. The Swiss have a sumptuous home kit for the tournament. You can never miss with pinstripes, and they work beautifully with the multiple shades of red throughout the top.
The white outlines on the collars couples nicely with the layered detail on the base of the shirt, which represents the Alps mountain range, and close out the kit nicely.
Off-white will always be a recipe for success. PSV’s 2023-24 away kit is proof enough. For the club’s 110th anniversary, PUMA dropped this lovely kit which features brilliant burgundy stripes that pair flawlessly with the off-white base.
The navy text for the shirt sponsor on the chest is a really smart choice to give the kit that last bit of contrast and flavor.
Corinthians Special Edition
This one may go down as my favorite kit this year.
Corinthians have dropped this stunner, a fan design for their fourth kit which comes out of their Manto Do Corinthians campaign. Timão fans voted this “Origens” kit the winner, and the simple beige and black design is top-tier. The thick trim on the sleeves and base, the black collar, the club and Nike logos adorning the chest, 10/10 perfect.
Manchester United Home
A kit that was well worth the wait for Red Devils fans, Manchester United’s vintage red and black returns with some eye-catching detail. The kit’s rose design spread across the top is a nod to the city of Manchester’s long standing industrial background, with roses being prominent in a number of Manchester clubs’ apparel over the years.
The faint pattern is a great addition to the black trim present all around this kit.
Boreale FC Kit Set
Almost certainly the most unique kits that have dropped so far, Italian-based manufacturer Ezeta has made Boreale FC their latest partner for this striking set of kits.
Ezeta aren’t new to the kit game, as their collabs with non-league clubs Vesta Calcio and Alba Roma 1907 last year were praised for their unique designs, and this collaboration is no different. Boreale, who currently play in the fifth tier of Italian football, will sport these tops which are inspired by the Battle of Ponte Milvio.
I’ll spare you the details on the history but certainly not the imagery — these kits are fantastic.
Ajax have been at the forefront of the kit game for a while now, with adidas and the Dutch giant dropping banger after banger every year. This season’s edition sports a wild pink and blue design which breathes life into a white base with navy accents.
Another must-get for the streetwear warriors.
FC Porto Away
New Balance have hit the nail on the head with this gorgeous cream kit.
The faint stripe detail just works, and the navy outlines for the badge and sponsors provide sweet contrast. The half-and-half collar may be the cherry on top.
Special mention to both the home and third kit in Porto’s rotation this year, which are two pearlers. The Portuguese giant may have the best kit set of all clubs we’ve seen so far.