There's plenty of things to look forward to in the 2013-14 season, and new uniforms are just one of those things.
Along with new players, new formations and sometimes new coaches, clubs roll out the latest fashions to entice their supporters.
Fans get excited to see how stylish their teams will look and show their appreciation by immediately buying their club's new look.
Here are the top 10 new soccer uniforms we are most looking forward to in 2013-14.
There's nothing like some old-school fashion, and Liga Deportiva Universitaria De Quito(LDU) brings it here.
Umbro went the simple route with this home uniform and did well.
Though the finished product has a logo on it, as seen here on footballfashion.org, the button-up collar and clean look makes it a really good uniform.
Adidas brought an extremely simple, old-school look with this Chelsea away uniform top for 2013-14.
The shoulders are trademark Adidas and the stripes across the chest work well.
The rest of the uniform will likely continue with white as the major color, and that will look really good.
Pinstripes look good on suits and they look good on soccer uniforms also.
The home uniform for the Yokohoma F. Marinos, pictured on the left, uses three colors that fit well together in a variety of designs.
There are two colors on the V-neck collar, the aforementioned pinstripes and a design on the inner parts of the shorts and under the armpits.
Milan's away uniform looks great thanks to that V-neck collar design.
The addition of traditional red and black in that design is a good touch.
The gold on the shoulder is incorporated well, as is the black and red on the sleeves.
The solid blue with little bits of gold throughout looks a little plain, but sometimes that's the way to go.
Judging by the picture, some of the uniforms will have gold on the sleeves. A collar is always a nice touch as well.
Sweden has some pretty solid looking kits for the upcoming season.
The home uniform presents the usual yellow and blue with a classic feel thanks to the stripes on the sleeve.
Adidas did well here with its mixing of colors on both the shirt and the shorts to produce a sharp-looking uniform.
Judging by the shirt in this picture, we have a lot to look forward to with Uruguay's new home jersey.
Puma put forward a really good effort with the highlight being that really cool collar.
The light blue looks good as usual and the white on the sleeves caps off an otherwise simple uniform.
This uniform will mean a lot more to native Catalonians, but it's still one to look forward too for neutrals.
The away shirt, on the right, looks incredible with a solid stripes on the body with some nice features on the sleeves.
It will be interesting to see what the rest of the uniform looks like.
France's sky blue away jersey looks absolutely stunning.
Les Bleus had some really good uniforms for Euro 2012 and Nike has continued that trend with a classy uniform.
The color really makes the uniform, and the incorporation of the French colors on the sleeves is great. The collar remains from their Euro 2012 look.
Click here on FootyHeadlines.com to see what the rest of the uniform would look like.
These are somewhat unusual colors for Boca Juniors, but that's what makes it worth looking forward to.
FootyHeadlines.com reports that the club was to use this uniforms for games in early January, but it still tops our charts here as we hope to see more of it.
The shirt is flashy but not overwhelmingly so and the whole outfit looks good as the dark blue and purple work well.
It's something new and exciting from Boca Juniors here.