There’s something for everyone.
With the Premier League 2018/19 season kicking off in just a few days, it’s only right we show you what sneaks to wear with each team’s strip.
Arsenal x Puma Thunder Spectra Black Multi
With the Puma Thunder Spectra being one of the hottest chunky sneakers on the scene right now, we’ve teamed it up with Arsenal’s 2018/19 home jersey. Hits of red and white in the sneak match that of the shirt, while black goes with everything.
AFC Bournemouth x Nike Air Max 95 Solar Red
The one and only time you might be forgiven for brand clashing because the co-ord looks so on point. You’ll definitely be the envy of all your pals on the terraces.
Brighton and Hove Albion x Nike Air Max 97 Obsidian White
This is surely a match made in heaven? White, blue, and red accents throughout the Brighton’s jersey, and on the wave detailing on the AM97 – perfection.
Burnley x Puma Suede Classic
Another appearance from Puma, burgundy detailing covers both pairs, while hits of white touches the midsole, and the jersey branding too.
Cardiff City x adidas Gazelle
The adidas Gazelle is a football terrace classic. If you’re a Cardiff fan, you can team these up with a pair of blue or even black jeans to complete the look.
Chelsea x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Chenile Swoosh’
A vivacious Chelsea 2018/19 home kit calls for nothing less than an understated shoe to complete the look, and the Nike Air Force 1 Low Chenile is with red and blue Swoosh, matches the stripes on the jersey perfectly.
Crystal Palace x Puma RS-0 Sound
Arriving with a clean white upper, boasting hits of red and blue throughout, Crystal Palace’s home kit for the upcoming season blends perfectly with the sneak
Everton x Nike Air Max 98
Another brand clash that you’ll surely be forgiven for. Matching blue details on the tongue and accents make this a solid match-up.
Fulham x adidas Continental 80 Rascal
No words needed, just look at the co-ordination.
Huddersfield x Nike Air Max 270
When in doubt, opt for the clean, white approach. Voila!
Leicester City x adidas Ultra Boost Hi Res Blue
The adidas Ultra Boost goes perfectly with Leicester City’s 2018/19 home kit, and if you’re watching your team in action, the chances are you’ll be on your feet an awful lot. Definitely the ideal combo.
Liverpool x New Balance 247 LFC
For die-hard fans only. You’ll never walk alone in the New Balance 247 LFC iteration, so whether it’s the Premier League, or Champions League nights, you’ll always look the part.
Manchester City x Nike Air Max 95
Last season’s Premier League champions get one of the most iconic sneaks in the footwear game. The Manchester City 18/19 home kit definitely looks the part.
Manchester United x adidas Continental 80 Rascal Black
Another match made in sneaker-heaven. Manchester United’s 2018/19 home jersey blends flawlessly with the adidas Continental 80 – job done.
Newcastle United x Puma RS-0 ‘Reinvention’
Puma’s RS-0 represents the Toon colours perfectly, black and white detailing on the sidewall stripe mirrors the vertical stripes on Newcastle’s shirt – strong look.
Southampton x Nike Air Max 1 OG
Sorry once again to the sneaker purists, but this opportunity was too good to pass up on. Southampton’s kit for the upcoming season boasts white, red, and black detailing throughout, with the sneak featuring the same colours on the toe box, upper, and outsole.
Tottenham Hotspur x Nike Spiridon OG
Another no-brainer. Spurs’ home kit looks absolutely fresh with this OG Spiridon colourway.
Watford x adidas EQT Support Mid ADV PK
Name a better sneak x kit combination…we’ll wait.
West Ham x Reebok Workout Plus
Another solid combo, especially if you’re enjoying the game with pals – these are a must have in the rotation.
Wolves x adidas Yung 1
Can the Premier League new boys make as much of an impact as their sneaker counterparts in the coming season? We’ll have to wait and see, but either way, we’re liking the look of this.