Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade, including stunning Arsenal, Aston Villa a

As the second decade of the second Millennium draws to a close, the Premier League remains the most watched division of football in the world.

The action in the English top flight draws the highest global audience and has the most live coverage of all European leagues.

Naturally, teams want to ensure they are kitted out in the best strips possible to look the part for the cameras.

Chelsea have had some sharp looks in the past decade

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Chelsea have had some sharp looks in the past decade

Since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, fans have witnessed some truly abominable strips over the years. Whether it’s Liverpool’s away strip from 2014 or Chelsea’s Coors light grey and orange catastrophe, there have been some shockers over the years.

However, every now and then a football kit is just so nice that even the most rotund middle-aged man decides he simply has to squeeze himself back into a medium, just to get his hands on one.

As we near the end of the decade, talkSPORT.com has decided to select what we feel is the best kit from every current Premier League side.

Scroll down to see if you agree with our choices from the past decade.

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AFC Bournemouth – 2016/17 (Home)

Bournemouth were decked out in a sharp strip for their second Premier League season

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Bournemouth were decked out in a sharp strip for their second Premier League season

Arsenal – 2011/12 (H)

The Gunners’ lost Robin van Persie at the end of the season, but they did look good

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The Gunners’ lost Robin van Persie at the end of the season, but they did look good

Aston Villa – 2018/19 (H)

Villa’s promotion-winning kit of 2018/19 was simple yet elegant

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Villa’s promotion-winning kit of 2018/19 was simple yet elegant

Brighton and Hove Albion – 2017/18 (H)

This kit will always bring back fond memories for Seagulls fans

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This kit will always bring back fond memories for Seagulls fans

Burnley – 2014/15 (Away)

The Clarets opted for a smart navy number upon their Premier League return in 2014

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The Clarets opted for a smart navy number upon their Premier League return in 2014

Chelsea – 2012/13 (H)

The gold trim and and logo was a special touch on this Chelsea kit, which ended in Europa League success

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The gold trim and and logo was a special touch on this Chelsea kit, which ended in Europa League success

Crystal Palace – 2018/19 (A)

The blue and red sash on last season’s kit paid homage to the glory years of the 1970s

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The blue and red sash on last season’s kit paid homage to the glory years of the 1970s

Everton – 2014/15 (H)

The navy collar and the royal blue meshed nicely together with the white shorts

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The navy collar and the royal blue meshed nicely together with the white shorts

Leicester City – 2016/17 (H)

Leicester City - 2016-17

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The defending Premier League champions included a gold trim on their royal blue kit which looked class

Liverpool – 2016/17 (H)

In Jurgen Klopp’s first full season in charge, the Reds looked dapper

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In Jurgen Klopp’s first full season in charge, the Reds looked dapper

Manchester City – 2013/14 (A)

City regained their Premier League title in May 2014, no surprise looking at this Nike away strip

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City regained their Premier League title in May 2014, no surprise looking at this Nike away strip

Manchester United – 2013/14 (H)

United’s first season without Sir Alex Ferguson was only really memorable for this kit

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United’s first season without Sir Alex Ferguson was only really memorable for this kit

Newcastle United – 2013/14 (Member’s only kit)

The ‘member’s only kit’ was never worn competitively, but we think that is a crying shame

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The ‘member’s only kit’ was never worn competitively, but we think that is a crying shame

Norwich City – 2019/20 (Third kit)

Norwich have produced some woeful kits over the years, but this sleek number is a real treat

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Norwich have produced some woeful kits over the years, but this sleek number is a real treat

Sheffield United – 2015/16 (H)

The Blades introduced a 125th anniversary kit which looked great with the pinstripe design

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The Blades introduced a 125th anniversary kit which looked great with the pinstripe design

Southampton – 2010/11 (H)

The Saints also had a 125th anniversary strip released, this one with a sash was a tribute to their first ever kit

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The Saints also had a 125th anniversary strip released, this one with a sash was a tribute to their first ever kit

Tottenham Hotspur – 2017/18 (H)

Simple, yet so effective, this strip just worked for Spurs

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Simple, yet so effective, this strip just worked for Spurs

Watford – 2016/17 (H)

Although Canadian-based Dryworld are not exactly a big name, they pulled out a smart kit for the Hornets

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Although Canadian-based Dryworld are not exactly a big name, they pulled out a smart kit for the Hornets

West Ham United – 2015/16 (H)

There are so many West Ham fans that wish to re-live this season, with the kit an absolute winner

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There are so many West Ham fans that wish to re-live this season, with the kit an absolute winner

Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2018/19 (H)

Wolves went for a brighter gold colour in their first season back, but it was their play on the field which stood out the most

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Wolves went for a brighter gold colour in their first season back, but it was their play on the field which stood out the most