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20. Sheffield United
19. Wolverhampton Wanderers
Santa really has come early, hasn't he...
17. Newcastle United
That picture isn't of
No wonder there are so many protests about Mike Ashley.
16. Norwich City
If a club isn't going to put any effort in, then neither are we.
Norwich City made some socks.
Not a traditional Christmas jumper.
But some traditional Christmas socks...
That's right, six out of 20 Premier League teams didn't make a Christmas jumper.
Instead, we've had some decorations, socks and even a t-shirt, but Southampton decided to create something else.
They're insisting that their creation is a set of pyjamas.
You can can judge for yourselves...
14. Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur - kudos for being the first team on the list to actually make an official Christmas jumper.
Also Tottenham Hotspur - kudos for being able to design the s****** Christmas Jumper of any Premier League team.
Unlike Tottenham's effort, Chelsea's official Christmas jumper does at least resemble a Christmas jumper.
Unfortunately, it also looks like something that will be on the clearance rack at M&S during the Boxing Day sales.
12. Leicester City
At £15, Leicester City's official Christmas jumper is very well priced.
The only downside is that the club have modelled the jumper on this season's away kit - the pink one, yes - and the final result is utterly ghastly.
11. Crystal Palace
If Roy Hodgson himself had to design a Christmas jumper, he probably would have come up with something very similar to Crystal Palace's eventual creation.
Club colours throughout, but also a reluctance to actually embrace the cheesy Christmas look and instead attempt to make the jumper look way more modern that it should be.
We've had to get through a lot of rubbish to get to this point, but finally, Everton provide what finally looks like a proper club-themed Christmas jumper.
Nice one, Toffees.
If you're not from Burnley then don't click on the link to see the club's official Christmas Jumper.
If you do, then there's strong chance that you'll be compelled to buy it, ditch everything else in your life and become an honourary Lancastrian.
It's a brilliant effort.
8. Manchester City
Right now, picture in your head what Manchester City's official Christmas jumper might look like.
Just for five seconds, have a really good think.
Well, you were wrong.
Here's what Manchester City's official Christmas jumper actually looks like in all its disgusting glory.
As classy as you'd expect from the Reds.
Liverpool's Christmas jumper seems to have found a pretty good balance between club colours and over the top festive patterns.
6. West Ham
It's only taken three-quarters of the Premier League to get there, but finally, we've got some wordplay on our Christmas jumpers.
You don't even need a hint for this one, West Ham have actually gone with "I'm forever blowing baubles" on their official Christmas jumper.
United! United! United!
5. Brighton & Hove Albion
It's nothing fancy, but Brighton & Hove Albion have gone with a timeless classic for their official Christmas jumper.
No need for us to dress this one up at all.
Well done, Seagulls. More of the same in 2020, please.
4. Manchester United
In a chimney.
Wearing a Manchester United hat.
Great effort for their official Christmas jumper.
£30 is a bit steep though.
Arsenal's Christmas jumper is almost identical to Manchester United's.
They've just gone with a better use of colour and have it available at almost half the price.
That's a first for fans in north London, isn't it?
Well, this one's bold.
Quite frankly, Bournemouth's official Christmas jumper is one of the worst things we've ever seen.
And it's for that reason alone why it comes so close to top spot on this list.
1. Aston Villa
The club's official jumper couldn't have been designed any better.
But what gives it top spot is that it couldn't be priced any better either - just £12 for this masterpiece.
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