Here they are, in alphabetical order.
Nike has brought back the successful 'volt' look for the Barcelona 18-19 away kit - the club won the Champions League in both seasons it was used before.
Bologna's new away kit, produced by Italian brand Macron, offers an interesting new design with a striped panel in the upper part and more white further down and on the sleeves.
Fulham's home kit strikes a great balance between boring and bespoke - a good sight in today's template age.
Nike has produced yet another decent Inter home shirt, taking inspiration from the club's 'Il Biscione' nick with a subtle snake scale pattern inside the striping on the front.
Lazio's 2018-2019 home kit brings back the iconic 'eagle' design popularized in the 1980s.
Manchester United Third
Navy and blue was chosen by Adidas for the Manchester United 18-19 third kit, which is both a classy combo of colors and makes for possibly the best application of the Chevrolet sponsor logo yet.
Puma's debut with Marseille, a club that had been wearing Adidas kits for (almost) forever, is pretty solid, with the unique away kit standing out particularly for us.
Parma's return to Serie A is marked by a fantastic set of kits made by Errea, spearheaded by the black third kit.
Real Madrid Home
Real Madrid's 18-19 home kit is a perfect fit for the 'three-peaters' with its traditional and elegant design.
Despite being based on the very frequently used Adidas Condivo template, the Wolves home shirt boasts a classy look in the club's classic amber and black.
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