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Premier League: the elite championship of English men's football.

The Premier League is England's top professional football league. Formerly known as the First Division until 1992, the English football league has been known as the Premier League ever since.
The Premier League is made up of 20 English and Welsh teams who compete in two-legged matches from August to May-June. The league consists of 38 matchdays so that the 20 clubs can play all the other clubs twice, once at home in their home stadium and once away in the opposing team's stadium.

The FA Premier League has organised this Premier League championship since its inception in 1888. All the clubs present in this championship are professional. The three clubs finishing in 18th, 19th and 20th place in the championship are automatically relegated to the lower division, the Championship. At the top of the standings, the top of the table wins the title of "Premier League Champion" and the clubs in 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place are eligible for qualification for the European Cups, which are the Champions League and the Europa League.

Major clubs regularly share these first places and fight each season for the supreme national title.

For many football fans, the Premier League is the football championship with the highest standard in Europe and the world. Known for its high-intensity matches, the Premier League is often a real spectacle for all football lovers. So much so that all the TV channels are fighting to be able to broadcast the matches of this highly-competitive competition. That's why the amount of TV fees collected by each Premier League club is astronomical when compared to other leagues such as Ligue 1, Serie A and La Liga. English clubs therefore have significant financial resources each season and can therefore afford to be more competitive on the mercato market for recruiting great players, since great players cost clubs a lot of money in transfer fees.

And there have always been big players in the Premier League, and there always will be. Clubs such as Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham have always had to attract and train great players.
Throughout the history of this league, several major English clubs have distinguished themselves by their titles and performances on the pitch.

Which Premier League shirt should you choose?

In this category dedicated to Premier League football shirts, we propose you to find all the clubs of the English league through their different shops and products offered. You will find all the official collections of your favourite club, whether it is training outfits with training tops, trousers, shorts, tracksuits, lifestyle outfits with sweatshirts, t-shirts, trousers or even match outfits with football shirts, football shorts and football socks.

Manchester United football Shirts

Manchester United is probably the richest football club in the world with an estimated income of $3 billion. The Red Devils are the most successful club in English football with 20 Premier League wins. Manchester United have had mainly two great periods of glory in the Premier League. There were the Busby years from 1945 to 1969, when the Manchester club won five league championships, and the era of Sir Alex Ferguson, who literally marked the history of the Manchester club. Then at the helm of Manchester United from 1986 to 2013, the Red Devils won 13 English league titles, an incredible one out of every two seasons. During this period, some great players distinguished themselves, Cantona, Scholes, Ferdinand, Giggs, and so on. Giggs is the best passer in the history of the Premier League with 162 passes but is also the second most played player in the English league.

Manchester United present a classy red home shirt every season. The 2019/20 edition home shirt features the club's logo in a dark coat of arms. Black details are visible on the shirt, such as this band at the nape of the neck and the adidas logo. It is worn with white shorts and black socks. It is available in adult, children's and baby sizes at Foot-store. This season's Manchester United Outer shirt is unique because it is beige with black details on the shirt, such as the three adidas stripes on the shoulders, the round collar and the adidas and Manchester United logos. The short sleeve ends are also covered with thin black horizontal stripes. The third shirt is very classy, in black with the adidas and club logos completely red. These official shirts are available at Foot-store. It is also possible to request official or customised flocking according to your preference.

Arsenal football Shirts

In England, Arsenal is a real reference. The North London club holds many national records. Indeed, Arsenal are the club with the most consecutive seasons in the Premier League, with 93 seasons between 1919 and today. So the streak is still going strong. The Gunners also hold the unbeaten record in the English Premier League, having played 49 matches between May 2003 and October 2004 without conceding a single defeat. The 2003-2004 season therefore saw Arsenal make history in the Premier League by remaining unbeaten throughout the season. This had not happened in the English Premier League since Preston North End in 1888-1889. This team was nicknamed "the Invincibles" and consisted of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Denis Bergkamp and Robert Pirès among others, and coached by the famous Arsene Wenger. Arsenal can also boast the record of FA Cup wins with 13 trophies to its credit, giving it one more length than its arch-rivals Manchester United.

Arsenal are presenting 3 new football shirts this 2019/20 season to the delight of their fans. The London club, who were last seen at adidas last summer, are among the clubs with the best shirts of the season. The Gunners' home shirt is, in keeping with the club's tradition, red and white. Red on the chest and back, the sleeves are white, with red details at the end of the short sleeve shirt. The long-sleeved shirt has all-white sleeves. This shirt has a V-neck with details that make it very distinguished and elaborate. The sponsors adidas and Fly Emirates are both highlighted in white. The shirt is available for adults at Foot-store in sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL, for children and babies. The Gunners' outer shirt is based on an iconic club shirt from 1991-92-93 with the "crushed banana" look. As you can see, this outer shirt is yellow with effects all over the shirt. It has a round collar and its sponsor logos are in navy blue, as are the 3 adidas stripes on the shoulders. Finally, the third shirt is navy blue with all its markings in yellow, even the Arsenal logo which has been reworked for this shirt.

Chelsea Football Shirts

The Chelsea Blues have the 4th biggest record in England with 29 titles, 23 of which are national titles. Among its 23 titles, Chelsea has 6 English championships. Chelsea have also made their mark on Premier League history thanks to the strength of their defence during the 2004-2005 season. That season, the club recorded the lowest number of goals conceded in a Premier League season with 15, while they also had the most games without conceding in a Premier League season with 25. Chelsea also set the record for the most consecutive games without conceding goals in a Premier League season, with six games without conceding. Behind these statistics are iconic captain and the most successful player in Chelsea history, John Terry, and the Blues' immense goalkeeper, Petr Cech.

Chelsea have an exceptional 4 shirts this season. The home shirt is blue as usual for the Blues, but for the first time features the distinctive Stamford Bridge design with its metal beams, large windows and other features that give the shirt a darker look. The shirt has a V-neck and features the logos of sponsors Nike, Hyundai and Yokohama in white. The shirt offered by Nike is available at Foot-store in a Vapor version, a high-end version with its slim fit and breathable technology, and a Replica version to offer a perfect replica of the shirt to the wearer. The Chelsea outer shirt has a 2-button polo collar, giving it a very chic look. Mostly white, the Blues shirt has thin red and blue stripes around the collar and around the short sleeves. The sponsor logos are in blue on this shirt. Chelsea's third shirt is this season very surprising thanks to its completely retro look inspired by the 90's. This tunic mixing black and orange is reminiscent of the club's official outfit of the 1994 to 1996 seasons. The collar is 100% vintage and the CFC markings all over the shirt make it very original and brings all the fans back 30 years earlier. Finally, Chelsea's special shirt this season is this one, the club's fourth or fourth shirt. Completely inspired and created as a tribute to Chelsea's first FA Cup win in 1970, this shirt even features the old Blues logo in yellow on this all-blue shirt. A thin vertical yellow stripe is also visible in the back of the neck. This shirt is sold in both Vapor and Replica versions.

Liverpool football shirts

Liverpool are the second most Premier League winning club, with 18 units, two fewer than their arch-rivals Manchester United. Liverpool have made their mark on the English Premier League thanks to the many titles they have won, the fervour of their fans who are known the world over and the great players who have worn their red shirt. Although they do not have the biggest domestic league record of any English club, the Reds have the biggest international record of any English club, with six Champions League titles to their name.

Liverpool dressed by New Balance again this season, presents 3 sublime shirts as usual. The home shirt of the reigning European Champions is red with some gold details such as the NB logo. White details can also be seen on the short sleeves of the shirt and the round collar. The Reds' complete home outfit for playing at Anfield consists of red shorts and red and white socks. The outer shirt is white with navy blue details, including the NB logo. The short sleeves have red and blue details at the end. The matching shorts are navy blue and the socks are white and blue. Finally, the third shirt is beautiful as it is very dark blue with hints of turquoise blue to dominate the tunic, such as the Liverpool logo, the New Balance logo or at the end of the short sleeves of the shirt. The shorts are the same color, while the socks are dark blue and turquoise blue near the foot.

Manchester City Football Shirts

Manchester City went through a complicated period from the late 1970s to the late 2000s. Untitled and relegated. But since 2008 and its takeover by an Abu Dhabi-based investment fund, the Cityzens have returned to the forefront in England and Europe. Success has quickly followed in England with 4 Premier League wins in the last decade, in 2012, 2014, 2018 and 2019. In the 2017/18 season, the Manchester City club even broke all records as the club, then coached by Pep Guardiola, recorded a total of 100 points, scored 106 goals, put them 19 points ahead of the runners-up, won 32 victories, 18 of which were consecutive and 16 away, had a goal difference of +79, made 28,242 assists during the season and owned the ball on average 71% of the time. Manchester City won the championship with 5 games before the end of the season. Another record. These are frightening statistics that inevitably take the club into a new extraordinary dimension.

Reigning English champions Manchester City are playing at Etihad Stadium this season in a light blue home shirt with purple notes on the shoulders and on the logos of sponsors Puma and Etihad Airways. The tunic features a V-neck. The shirt is available for adults and children at Foot-store in all sizes. The shorts that go with this home outfit are white and the white socks also have blue and purple details. The outer shirt is black but has a nice touch of bright colours with pink, blue and fluorescent yellow. The matching shorts are black, as are the football socks. Finally, the third outfit is very surprising as it is totally fluorescent, impossible to miss. Between its flashy yellow and bright pink, this shirt stands out clearly on the pitch.