With the newly christened Gallagher Premiership just around the corner, the new 2018/19 kits have started to arrive for all 10 teams taking part in this year’s competition. Below you’ll find out every new Gallagher Premiership 2018/19 kit that’s been revealed so far* – click the links to take a closer look, and we’ll update this page as new kits get revealed!
Bath have finally deviated from the classic black, blue and white hooped design that has been basically the same for the first three years of their time with Canterbury.
Instead this year we have a stunning pair of partially hooped/partially flat coloured designs that hark back to the club’s successful early-to-mid 90s period.
The newly christened Bears have revealed all their kits for their return to Premiership rugby, once again produced by Bristol Sport.
Gloucester have done a soft rebrand themselves this season – the name has stayed the same, but they’ve got a brand new club crest to go with it.
So far only the new home shirt has been revealed, which harks back to the jerseys worn by the club in the early 2000s.
The Paul Gustard era at Quins is kicking off with a pair of striking new home and away kits from long-term apparel sponsor, Adidas.
The home shirt is a modern take on the classic Quins recipe, while the black and green away kit is altogether more polarising.
The Tigers have revealed both their home and away shirts for the new season, once again produced by UK company Kukri.
The home shirt features a more classic take on the Tigers hoops, while the away is white with purple pinstripes – both shirts features a sublimated tiger stripe pattern.
The Falcons revealed their brand new ISC Sport home shirt for the Premiership 7s, while the away shirt is yet to be shown.
The home shirt features a black and white hooped design with the white hoops being made up of pinstripes.
The Saints kicked off the Chris Boyd era with a brand new Macron home shirt – it’s predominately a black design with green and gold hoops across the front of the design.
The new away shirt is yet to be revealed, but given the darkness of the home design, a white or light shirt is expected.
The Sharks are once again with Samurai Sports this season, and as usual the UK brand has kept it pretty clean for the home shirt, while adopting a striking red for the away.
Both shirts feature the club’s crest prominently on the bottom of the jersey – the first time the shark itself has been a design point on the Sharks kit.
The 2017/18 Premiership champions have returned to Nike this season after three years with BLK sport, and revealed their new home shirt on the eve of the Premiership 7s.
The new home kit keeps things extremely minimal with the plain black jersey accented only with the badges and sponsors.
Wasps have revealed their brand new 2018/19 home shirt, which is once again produced by Under Armour.
The new jersey sees the long-awaited return of the club’s gold and black hoops, at least on the bottom of the shirt
Worcester have swapped Under Armour for UK teamwear specialists and Lovell Rugby sub-brand VX3 this season.
* Rugby Shirt Watch has decided to no longer cover Exeter Chiefs while the club persists with its problematic Native American-influenced branding. Exeter’s kits are some of the most visible examples of the club’s controversial appropriation of Native American culture, and we can no longer in good conscience feature them on RSW. We remain hopeful that Exeter will alter their branding, and that we will be able to cover them again in the future.