This is what is expected to be the new Arsenal kit 20/21, Arsenal FC’s primary uniform for the upcoming Premier League season. While the kit hasn’t been officially released yet, we’ve been sent pics by a few eagle-eyed readers who’ve seen it for sale in their respective countries, and they do indeed look like the real deal.
Adidas have given a zigzag pattern design to the new Gunners home jersey. The back of the home shirt also has a nice touch on the top, as can be seen in the pics below. Emirates and Fly Rwanda both appear on the jersey as shirt sponsors Continue reading
Premier League giants Arsenal have today (May 23, 2018) unveiled their first ever sleeve sponsor in the form of the Rwanda Development Board, with “Visit Rwanda” set to be present on the left sleeve of the Gunners’ kits from the 2018/19 season. The deal is for a period of three seasons.
Unlike many of their league rivals, Arsenal did not have a sleeve sponsor in the 2017/18 season owing to their nature of their primary shirt sponsorship contract with Emirates. However, a recent extension to that deal, announced in February 2018, now allows the Gunners to negotiate their own sleeve sponsorship deals. Continue reading
Edit May 23- edited to reflect Arsenal’s new sleeve sponsorship deal with Visit Rwanda
This is the new Arsenal kit 18/19, Arsenal FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Arsenal home shirt was officially unveiled on May 22, 2018 and will be the first uniform for the Gunners since Arsene Wenger left after a two decade plus long stay at the Emirates. Outgoing Paris SG boss Unai Emery is likely to be the Frenchman’s successor.
The Gunners finished a disappointing 6th in the Premier League in 2017/18 Continue reading
This is the new Arsenal kit 2016/17, Arsenal’s home strip for the 2016/2017 Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Gunners jersey was officially unveiled on May 23, 2016. The release, earlier than normal by Arsenal standards, was perhaps necessitated after leaked photos of Granit Xhaka in the new kit taken by his partner went viral on the internet Continue reading
Click here to see pics of the new Arsenal Puma kits, officially released 10th July, 2014.
This is what is widely rumoured to be the new Arsenal Puma home kit for 2014/15. Puma, as we all know, have inked an £30m/year deal to replace Nike as Arsenal’s kit partners from next season, adding the Gunners to their existing Premier League portfolio that also includes Cardiff City and Newcastle United. Arsenal have had a two decade long association with Nike, switching to them from Adidas in 1994 Continue reading