One of the best parts of the break between football seasons is the release of all the new kits.
2023 certainly hasn’t disappointed so far, with teams from all corners of the globe dropping some absolute beauties and must-haves for any fanatic, regardless of their own allegiance.
Here is an overview of 90 min‘s favorite kits for the 2023/24 season.
If you need a good set, you can always count on Club America to come through.
From the Coca Cola days of the 90s to this spectacular effort, the Mexican side never disappoints.
The less tarnished third set gets real love from Porto.
Gold accents are almost always a win.
Speaking of gold accents, say hello to this beauty from Cadiz.
The subtle print across the front of the shirt is actually reprints of the club branding thrown in at every angle. It just works.
With a golden print and a tribute to the Invincibles, what’s not to like about this simple shirt from Arsenal?
However, it helps when they don’t make mistakes in printing it…
RC Lens inject a splash of color with their 2023/24 away kit.
It’s a simple design, but one that’s done perfectly.
You can copy my homework, just don’t make it too obvious.
Benfica and Lens are going for a similar vibe this year and we’re all for it.
We can’t choose between AFC Wimbledon home and away kits and you can’t make us.
If you love Football Manager, you’ll love both of these shirts.
Paying homage to the club’s first ever shirt, this ‘origin’ design from Corinthians won a fan’s vote to become part of the club’s arsenal this year.
Over 2,000 designs were submitted by fans, but this one won over 50% of the 100,000 votes.
Look, this Barnsley shirt isn’t for everyone. That cannot be denied.
With a true American throwback vibe, there’s just something special that deserves your attention.
It’s loud. It’s in your face. It’s perfect.
Keeping the David Bowie vibes from previous kits, this away shirt is a must-have.
OTHER KITS CONFIRMED AND LEAKED FOR THE 2023/24 SEASON
Dubbed ‘The Northern Lights Kit’, this release from Aberdeen is another colorful beauty.
The Dons are back in the Europa League next season and will be taking this gem with them on tour.
The two-tone adidas stripes are so simple yet so stunning.
Get this on multiple sets, please and please.
Yep, that’s nice.
A bit of a snakeskin vibe from Stoke, who pride themselves on their away kit these days. Let them come.
It’s pretty divisive here. Inspired by the flowers of Florence, Fiorentina’s away kit has made some fans drool and others cry.
No matter which side of the fence you land on, there’s no doubt you can’t take your eyes off it.
Look, there’s an obvious debate to be had about Newcastle’s new love for the color green, but we’re just trying to see shirts as shirts on this list.
This may be Castore’s last design for Newcastle, and if so, it’s a lovely design to go out on.
Ajax have produced some absolutely fantastic designs in recent years, whether it’s home, away or pre-match shirts.
It’s the away strip that gets the love from us this year.
Anytime a club produces a throwback to past times, it will get our attention.
We just want to throw on this Lyon shirt and try to bend the free kick into the top corner like Juninho Pernambucano did all those years ago.
Announced back in March, Germany Women will be bringing this absolutely sensational jersey to the World Cup this summer.
Germany has a history of producing some of the best kits around and this latest effort deserves all the attention in the world.
Sweden’s AIK don’t always get the global love they deserve for their kits, but this Stockholm Edition is sure to catch the eye.
The design is beautiful and the unique Nike branding just adds to the overall class.
Italy debuted their tribute to history in the Nations League semi-final against Spain and won plenty of new fans wearing this simple design.
There is nothing fancy about it, nor does it need to be.