The new Premiership season is nearly upon us as Scottish football gets ready to do it all again for the 23/24 season.
With the fixture-list released by the SPFL on Friday, the countdown is officially on for what will be the Scottish top-flight’s 127th season.
And it wouldn’t be a new campaign without brand-new kits for fans to wear in support of their team for the next ten months.
We’ve taken a look at all the new shirts that your favourite players will be wearing when the new season starts.
Aberdeen have already caught the eye with the bold design for their ‘Northern Lights’ away kit.
The description on the club online shop reads: “Inspired by the sights and colours often found in the sky that are synonymous with our special part of the world, our brand-new away kit features cosmic swirls on a black base, replicating the night sky when the ‘heavenly dancers’ come out to play”.
That kit has already proved to a be an early favourite including no one more than club owner Dave Cormack who modelled it in a Twitter post on Thursday.
The new Celtic home top is one that has certainly divided opinion amongst the support with what is seen as a radical change from their usual simple green and white style.
With squiggly hoops, black trim and stained glass window style design the 23/24 kit to be worn by the champions is certainly a break from tradition.
Described as a “progressive and modern” twist, the design is inspired by the window at the old front entrance of Celtic Park
And in what is becoming a trend in away kits, Brendan Rodgers’ men will be back in black when they are on their travels.
Back in the Premiership after a title-winning season last time out, Dundee have kept it simple with their home kit.
The dark blue kit also has a tartan trim and a nod to its Tayside heritage with “Dee till eh deh” on the back of the top.
There is also a limited edition Museum version of the shirt, containing no sponsors, which which was launched in the V&A Dundee in March as part of their Tartan exhibition.
The Hearts home kit that will be worn by Lawrence Shankland and co this season takes inspiration from the Heart of Midlothian on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.
The traditional maroon shirt incorporates the mosaic through a sleeve graphic.
The maroon crew collar and sleeve cuffs are complimented by white shorts and maroon socks.
The new Hibernian kit, which is produced by Joma and sponsored by bevvy.com, is another traditional looking kit in the club’s trademark green with white sleeves.
The Easter Road club have taken shirt sponsorship to a new level by introducing a QR code on the front of the shirt that they say will benefit supporters throughout the campaign.
Kilmarnock have stuck to the basics with their home kit for the new season.
The Hummel designed kit keeps the club’s traditional blue and white stripes with a red trim on the pop-button collar on the top that is sponsored by James Frew.
No new kits released yet.
Motherwell are another club who have followed the theme of simple and traditional style
The Fir Park club’s claret hoop returns to the middle of the shirt and makes it’s way round with a claret round neck collar and claret cuffs containing amber and white.
It also has a subtle box pattern throughout the shirt.
The main sponsor on the men’s shirt is G4 Claims, while Blue Triangle’s logo is on the women’s version.
Rangers have kept it simple with their new Castore home-kit that will be worn by the likes of Todd Cantwell and James Tavernier for the coming season.
The plain royal blue top, sponsored by UniBet, has a pinstripe affect and a red and white trimmed collar.
Their white away kit also sticks to the club’s traditional colours with blue and red stripes and collar trim.
Ross County say their new home kit honours the club’s history and its links to the Seaforth Highlanders that will help them maintain the link between the past, present and future.
The Joma designed kit is plain blue with white flashes up the sides and a round white collar and RSE sponsor.
No new kits released yet.
The St Mirren home kit has been inspired by the club’s 1979-81 seasons and pays homage to the kit worn in the Anglo-Scottish Cup as well as their first ever match in Europe.
Hailed as connecting the ‘Past, Present and Future’ of the Paisley club, the Chevron design kit has the classic style of a ‘V’ neck shape and chequered design which originated from the Royal Stewart family who founded the Paisley Abbey in 1163.
Law firm Digby Brown will sponsor the club and they revealed the link-up in this video posted to Twitter on Wednesday.