It's that time of year when football clubs start to slowly release their new kits to the public ahead of the forthcoming 2019-20 campaign.
We've seen Southampton's genius take on Netflix documentary Fyre Festival upon the release of their new strip, which unlike the humorous reveal, is awful. The second and third kits are marginally better than the home, however we are still extremely baffled about the huge black block underneath the collar of the shirt, seems unneeded.
Anyway, moving on and last week we brought you pictures of Ajax's unbelievable new away kit, which might just be the nicest kit we've ever seen, in honesty. You should check it out, and maybe even buy it to wear at five-a-side.
Pictures of Arsenal's glorious new Adidas kits have recently surfaced online, too, and they are a thing of absolute beauty.
A slick new design partnered with a retro feel offers the older Gunners fan a huge dose of nostalgia - think Wright, Dixon, Adams, Smith and Parlour, all looking the bollocks whilst playing some magnificent football on that glorious Highbury pitch in the early-90's.. good times. Good. Bloody. Times.
Away from north London and to the north west, where last week Manchester United released their new strip. It pays homage to the heroes of the 99' campaign on the sleeve, with the minutes in which United scored their late goals against Bayern Munich to clinch the Champions League trophy 20 years ago.
Here's David Beckham looking effortlessly cool in it in Sunday's legends match agains the Germans at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils' new away kit - which features a snakeskin design - was always asking for trouble considering the season United endured this term. Interesting choice, to say the least.
Today though, images of the club's new third kit have been released online, and courtesy of Footy Headlines, we can bring you a few snaps of the strip. It's bloody marvellous, in our humble opinion.
Due for release at the start of August, this slick, minimalistic kit partners vibrant orange with black perfectly, with the famous three stripes of Adidas subtly blacked-out across the shoulders.
On the bottom left side of the shirt, there is a small piece of text which reads "110 Years - Manchester Rose - 1909 2019", referencing the 1909 FA Cup final victory over Bristol City, where United wore a white shirt with a red rose on the chest. The shirt will be partnered with black shorts and socks, suave.