PES kit maker reveals new Arsenal, Liverpool & Chelsea 2020-21 kit designs

New Arsenal & Liverpool 2020-21 kit designs

Instagram user Nikita23K is a well-known kit maker for Pro Evolution Soccer.

In the past few days, Nikita23K has uploaded a batch of new designs revealing the kit designs for some of the biggest clubs in the world.

While these designs may prove to be a little off when the final products are revealed, the renderings should give fans a good insight into the basic concepts behind their club’s next uniforms.

Arsenal’s new home kit is eye-catching.

Made by Adidas, the Arsenal home kit has white sleeves and a traditional red body.

However, the shirt also features a fresh-looking design which makes the shirt stand out.

The 2020-21 Liverpool home shirt is also rather traditional.

It’s mainly red, however the shirt has green accents around the sleeves and collar.

Liverpool’s shirt is made by Nike.

 

Other new 2020-21 kit designs: Barcelona, Juventus, Chelsea and Man United

Barcelona’s new 2020-21 home shirt is set to mark another departure from the club’s historic colours.

While the kit retains elements of the club’s classic colour scheme, the home shirt is also orange and yellow.

The new Juventus third kit is going to take some getting used to.

The kit is bright orange, while the shirt is covered in black blotches.

Is anyone else getting a Tiger King vibe?

Chelsea’s third kit for 2020-21 is garish.

Looking a little like the designers stopped working halfway through the job, red and blue verticals lines blend into a bright red blob on the front of the shirt.

Will Chelsea fans appreciate so much red on a kit?

Man United’s third kit is also going to be difficult to avoid.

The Red Devils appear to be looking to hypnotise opponents with their black and white designed uniform.

 

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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.