Latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season

Fri 09 September 2022 | 15:30

Are you excited for yet another season of wonderful football kits? Want to follow the news on recently launched third kits for the 2022-23 season? Then read on as we provide all the details you need to know about these new kits.

The new season of football is already underway and top clubs in Europe have already unveiled their home and away kits. But it seems that it might take these clubs some time before they all get to unveil their third kits for the new campaign, since third kits are mostly used in the Champions League and other non-league competitions.

Of course that does not mean that football fans are not thrilled about these new additions every year. There is lot to talk about regarding the

latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season

. So without further ado, here is everything you need to know about these new designs and the reaction they have received from the media.

Recently unveiled third kits for the 2022-23 season

From the highly anticipated Premier League, to the Spanish Liga and the Italian Serie A, numerous teams have launched their third kits for the new season. Let us delve right in and get to see how they all look.

Manchester City

Inspired by street art, Puma have designed a rather peculiar shirt for

Manchester City

’s third kit. As one of the

latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season

, City’s new shirt is in full contrast to their classic sky-blue home kit. The base color is neon green and it features black details all over. Puma have used the slogan “Play Forever” to launch the new kit as they claim to have paid homage to a different form of play associated with the city of Manchester, which is believed to be street art.

The base is complemented with black stripes that blur at the edges. These stripes look more like hoops or rather graffiti, which adds to the impression that Puma have attempted to pay homage to street art. The Puma logo and the club’s crest both appear in neon green, while the crest’s background remains black in order to further highlight its position on the chest area.  

Manchester United

It seems that the color green is the new trend in the Premier League as Manchester City’s domestic rivals United have also opted for a similar color for their third kits. Amongst the

recently unveiled third kits for the 2022-23 season


Manchester United

’s third kit is perhaps one of the most trolled ones out there all because the Red Devils are not going to take part in this season’s Champions League.

Erik ten Hag’s men will be donning a lime green shirt, which features black details here and there. Adidas have managed to launch two of best kits of the new campaign for United, which is why the third kit also seems interesting for some of its details. The green color is combined with a light shade of yellow to give life to the third kit’s base color, which is complemented with black details, which could be seen on the shoulder stripes, the United logo, the collar and the sponsor logos.

Manchester United are a long way away from their glory days, which is why they are not getting the respect they deserve. Perhaps their new kits could prove lucky for the Red Devils and help them rise to the top once again.


Adidas have taken a whole other route while designing


’s third kit and have gone all pink for the Gunners. As one of the

latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season

, Arsenal’s new shirt could not have gone more pink than it already has, since almost everything is pink in the new design. There is a subtle pattern of ermines on the new design, which are derived from the club’s old badge. These ermines come in a rather darker shade of pink, which is complemented with black details.

The shoulder stripes, the collar, the club’s crest and the sponsor logos all appear in black. Of course the collar also features a sky-blue line as well, which adds to shirt’s color palette depth. Adidas’ new design for Arsenal is perhaps one of the better ones amongst the third kits unveiled by top clubs in Europe, but many have joked that the design is just a copy-pasted version of Real Madrid’s previous away kits.

Mikel Arteta’s men are considered to be the dark horses of the Premier League as they have had a rather great start to the season with several consecutive wins. Even though it is too early to say if Arsenal can finally push for the league title once again, it is certain that they are going to be a pain in the neck of other top teams in the English top-flight.


Next on the list of latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season is Nike’s new design for


. The London-based club have always dared to try out new things for their kits throughout the season, but rarely has it turned out to be good enough for a club of their caliber. Antonio Conte’s men will be wearing a blue shirt to fully contrast their neighbors’ pink color. The North London Derby has always been thrilling and it is certainly going to be an exciting one thanks to all the vibrant colors used in both teams’ football kits.

As one of the r

ecently unveiled third kits for the 2022-23 season

, Nike’s new design for Tottenham is a rather bold and avant-garde move towards the future of modern football kits. But perhaps Nike still need some time to perfect their art in the following years. For the time being, however, Tottenham will have to endure all the online trolls who claim the new design is not good enough. Of course a simple look at the new design will tell you otherwise.

You can clearly see a rather interesting abstract graphic print across the entire third kit. According to the club and their manufacturers, the new shirt is inspired by “Tottenham’s ever-evolving DNA and the popular Nike TN sneaker range.” This graphic print is combined with the club’s crest and the sponsor logos, all of which appear in white.

Real Madrid

We have seen several interesting designs amongst the latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season and Adidas’ design for

Real Madrid

is definitely in this group. Even though there are modern details here and there, Real Madrid’s new third kit is a classic one in general. The all-black base of the shirt is combined with lime green details, which comprise of the shoulder stripes, the logos and several small details on the club’s badge.

There is also a gray graphic pattern visible on the shirt, which is inspired by the outside design of the new Santiago Bernabeu stadium. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have great memories with black-colored shirts and that is why they are certainly going to enjoy wearing the new third kit throughout the current season.



have not really recovered from Lionel Messi’s departure so far and that is why Xavi has brought in several world-class footballers to fill in the void left by the Argentine. With the arrival of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich, hopes are high for the Blaugrana’s domestic success. This high spirit at the club has led to the club’s more superstitious supporters to look for news on the latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season in order to see what the Catalan giants are going to wear for the new campaign.

Nike have gone bold and simple for Barca’s new third kit by using an all-white shirt as their canvas and throwing in some of their original colors here and there. They have used both the red and blue in the cross that they have printed on the front of the shirt. This cross is complemented by Barcelona’s original badge on the left side of the chest and the Nike Swoosh on the right, which comes in black in contrast with sponsor logos, which appear in white.

Nike’s design for Barcelona is one of the more interesting ones amongst the

recently launched third kits for the 2022-23 season

. Nike have done quite a good job this season by designing three great designs for the Catalan giants and the club’s supporters are more than happy to get their hands on all three of these designs.

Atletico Madrid

Next on the list of latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season is Nike’s design for

Atletico Madrid

. One thing is quite abundant in

third kits unveiled by top clubs in Europe

and that is vibrant colors used in the modern designs. The main color of the third kit is inspired by the color of the strawberry tree, which is the iconic tree seen on the club’s crest and is used as an icon of the city of Madrid as well. There is also a nod to the club’s history thanks to the red hoops on the sleeves, which bring more life to the whole design.

The club’s crest, the Nike Swoosh and the sponsor logos all appear in black on the front of the shirt. It might all seem too familiar to football enthusiasts as Nike have used the same design for the Spanish club’s domestic rivals Barcelona as well. We will have to wait and see if Diego Simeone’s men could compete with Real Madrid and Barcelona in the new season after all the signings both clubs have made.

Bayern Munich

While most on the list of recently launched third kits for the 2022-23 season have used bright and vibrant colors to showcase what they have got to offer, Adidas have opted to use darker shades in designing Bayern Munich’s third kit. The Bavarians will be wearing a dark gray shirt complemented with red accents. There is a subtle pattern of outlined diamonds and various symbols on the front of the shirt, which adds to the complexity of the whole design.

All other details, including the Adidas shoulder stripes, its logo, the club’s crest and the sponsor logos appear in red. What is interesting, however, is the fact that Adidas have opted to use an all-red Bayern Munich crest instead of printing the original colors. The Bundesliga giants are stronger than ever with their recent signings in the summer transfer window and the club’s supporters are more than eager to don all three of their new kits in support of their favorite team this season.

AC Milan

Next on the list of latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season is Puma’s new design for

AC Milan

, which blends stylish details with a rather unique olive-green base color. The eye-pleasing base color is complemented with black vertical lines that are cut in half in the middle of the shirt. What makes the Rossoneri’s third kit even more unique is the monochromatic AC Milan crest that is visible on the left side of the chest area.

The collar and the sleeves all include black hoops which create rather modern frame for the whole kit. The Italian giants won the league title last season and are now more than eager to start off their new season to compete for yet another Scudetto alongside the likes of Inter and Juventus.


The list of latest third kits unveiled for the 2022-23 season keeps on giving as we can finally see what Liverpool’s third kit looks like for the new season. Nike dropped a rather sleek shirt for the Reds by using dark teal for the base of the shirt and light teal for its accents and subtle patterns.

There is a subtle wavy graphic printed across the shirt, which is complemented with bright red logos. Jurgen Klopp’s men are suffering under their poor performance for the time being and perhaps a new look could help them regain their lost confidence in both the Premier League and the Champions League.


Next on the list of latest third kits unveiled by top clubs in Europe is Adidas’ new design for Juventus. The Italian giants have received a rather unique design for the new season as it is quite different from what we are used to. The new shirt comes with a colorful look and a creative graphic pattern.

The whole design combines the colors pink and blue to give way to an abstract pattern, which is visible all over the shirt and somehow makes it look like a Hawaii shirt in some aspects. The club’s crest and the Adidas logo both come in white, while the color blue is used for the collar, the sleeves and the Jeep logo on the front of the shirt.




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