The Best Women's Football Shirts This Season

The Best Women's Football Shirts This Season

Women’s football shirts, like women’s football in general, have gained in popularity over the last few years - about time, right?!

England’s Lionesses’ Euros win against Germany in 2022 and their defeat in the 2023 World Cup final definitely helped put women’s football on the map (or pitch). 

With the new season just starting, we thought we’d take a look at some of the best new women’s football shirts for the 23/24 season. 

There’s bright, there’s bold, and there’s quite simply bizarre when it comes to the ladies’ kits this season - in both the Women's Super League and the Women's Championship!

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Bring It Home with These Women’s Football Shirts

Home shirts tend to stick within a team’s usual colour palette, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be one of the best new kits for the 23/24 season


We are starting off with a right bobby-dazzler! 

This bespoke design for Watford’s Women’s Home Football Shirt is from Kelme. 

The diagonal black and yellow almost stripes look almost etched on, which gives a cool, speedy look to the shirt. It also features a two-tone collar and regular sleeves.

One thing’s for sure, this kit will leave a sting against the competition!


Image Source: The Hornet Shop

London City Lionesses

Yet again, the London City Lionesses have teamed up with Capelli Sport to create their 23/24 women’s football shirt. 

The Lionesses’ light and navy blue colours have been joined by an abstract print and ombré look.

The navy-blue squares on the shoulder bring the eye towards the high-impact sleeve design, which features even more graphic artwork. 

This is definitely a stand-out shirt you won’t forget anytime soon!


Prepare yourselves: this one’s sentimental.

Everton’s home shirt features a collar design for the first time in a decade. On the collar itself is a pattern that resembles the iconic Archibald Leitch design that can be seen all around Goodison Park.

First designed in 1909, the pattern is also repeated on the shirt sleeves. Plus, on the shoulders, you will find chevrons that hark back to Denmark’s classic hummel home shirt from when they won the 1992 Euros. 

Will this design be the team’s lucky charm? Only time will tell…



Image Source: Everton Direct

Leicester City

Designed by Adidas, this is a shirt that is best seen in the light. 

Leicester City’s home shirt displays a bespoke fox head design in a metallic shade of blue. It is said to draw inspiration from a similar embellishment that was worn by numerous Foxes in the early 00s. 

It has been adorned by gold side panels and white stripes along the shoulders. 

The famous fox head can also be seen on the back of the shirt towards the collar, completing the fully customised design of this 23/24 women’s football shirt.

Tottenham Hotspur

This doesn’t look like much when you first see it, but, on closer inspection, this is up there as one of the best.

This shirt has an array of linework patterns that are said to have been inspired by Tottenham’s dynamic music scene and iconic streetwear fits. 

It puts a modern twist on the team’s legendary white design, but still keeps it recognisably Spurs. 

What’s not to love?!


Image Source: Tottenham Hotspur Shop

These Women’s Football Shirts Are So Good You’ll Want to Take Them Away!

We all know the away shirts are really where it’s at. Outlandish, vibrant, and colourful - these women’s away football shirts are some of the best we’ve seen. 


This women’s football shirt is special!

Designed in collaboration with both Adidas and Stella McCartney, Arsenal’s shirt features an almost optical illusion-esque lilac, pink, and peach graphic print - said to have been inspired by the team’s ‘seamless agility’. 

The shirt also has a rubberised crest, ribbed V-neck design, and mesh side panels to keep the players cool. 

Sunderland A.F.C.

Pink to make the girls wink?

No doubt, The Black Cats will stand out in this impressive hot pink and purple shirt, which was designed by Nike. 

It is said to be a throwback to the men’s notorious 80’s jersey, which, back in the day, was worn by the likes of Eric Gates and Gary Bennett. It features a block pink vest with graphic lines on the shoulders with varying shades of pink and purple. 

You won’t be forgetting this shirt anytime soon!


Image Source: SAFC Store

Sheffield United

Now this one’s exciting.

For the first time ever, Sheffield United has designed a football kit specifically for the women’s team!

Released with the tagline ‘This One’s For Us’, the kit features navy and teal colours in a graphic design inspired by the club’s iconic crest. It is said to celebrate ‘the boldness and individuality of [the] team and its players’. 

It also has new sponsors - principle partner Autoglass, DNS (positioned on the sleeve), Doordeals (back of the shirt), and Pinders (back of the shorts). 

Will the boldness of their kits see The Blades at the top of their game this season? Only time will tell…

Manchester United

The Red Devils have suddenly gone… green?

Adidas has harked back through the team’s history and paid homage to the away shirt’s vertical stripes that were first introduced a century ago. 

The emerald green is joined by white and a hint of red to make the iconic striped design. The shirt also features an embroidered club badge and a plain white collar.


Image Source: Manchester United Store

Bristol City

For this one, we’re turning our attention to the goalkeeper. 

The bespoke design by O’Neills for this women’s football shirt features a bright graphic feather design - as a nod to The Robins. 

The plain black sleeves make the vibrant colours stand out even more!

With the amount of feathers on this one, you best make sure you won’t fly away.

This Season’s Women’s Third Shirts - The True Champions?

These shirts aren’t seen very often, which is a real shame as - secretly - they’re some of our favourites! Will they take your fancy too?

Aston Villa

Villa certainly took our breath away with this one. 

Their third shirt has been designed by Castore and features a blend of angular graphic shapes in an array of blue tones. 

Akin to the England Women’s World Cup away kit - designed by Nike - will the team face a similar fate?

Blackburn Rovers

Designed by Macron, this shirt leaves an impression!

For this season’s third kit, the Rovers pay homage to the club’s grounds with a pattern that mimics the metal framework that encompasses the stands at Ewood Park. 

The shirt is said to provoke young fans whilst also striking long-standing fans who may see the resemblance to a kit from the 90s. 

In a similar manner to the home and away shirts, ‘ROVERS F.C’ has been placed at the back of the collar, continuing the historical tribute in the kit. 

Plus, the font used for the words is the same as what was once used for the turnstiles at the grounds. 


Image Source: Blackburn Rovers WFC


Where do we even begin with this one?

It’s one of those where it’s so bright you can’t look at it, but also can’t not look at it!

The vivid violet hues are arranged in an almost geode-like pattern broken up by emerald leopard print-esque borders. The sunshine and green-striped collar and sleeve cuffs make the purple stand out even more.


Now this one’s cool!

Released under the title ‘For the Badge’, this women’s football shirt was inspired by the tree that can be found in the club’s crest. Both the team’s home and away shirts have been designed to celebrate different elements of the crest, too.

Designed by hummel, the black and dark colours of this shirt are arranged in a camouflage-inspired tree pattern. hummel’s notorious chevrons also appear in yellow on the shoulders, with the collar, crest, and sponsors featuring the same sunshine shade. 

On the back of the shirt, you will also find the iconic tree on the neck. 

It really is for the badge!


Image Source: Southampton FC Store


We’re finishing on a corker!

The purple waves are almost giving raspberry ripple but the black side panels, collar features, and sleeve cuffs give it an added edge, which really makes this one a showstopper. 

Honestly, the more you look at it, the more it’s an optical illusion!

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