The first round of photos, confirming Arsenal’s upcoming away kit for next season, have surfaced on social media this weekend.
Arsenal’s fresh look
The kit will take on a new, albeit familiar look for the Gunners faithful.
This comes with manufacturers Adidas having opted for what is described as ‘Pearl Citrine’ as the base colour.
Such a colour pays homage to Arsenal’s classic yellow kits of years gone by, albeit with a less striking tone.
Undoubtedly the main talking point when it comes to the jersey, though, is the crest.
Adidas have opted to replace the north Londoners’ recent emblem – featuring the club’s name and a cannon on a red background – with a more traditional 3D-style crest.
The shoulders, meanwhile, will feature the famous ‘Three Stripes’, with dark blue/navy lining around the neck and sleeves.
A number of concept photos had of course done the rounds online of late:
And, this weekend, the classy new look has been confirmed, after a series of retail photos came to the fore.
Credit to Footy Headlines for the leak:
💣 BREAKING: Arsenal 21-22 Away Kit Leaked: https://t.co/Q6uWy70NXY
— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) May 7, 2021
Whilst, come the summer, the Gunners faithful will no doubt be clamouring to get their hands on the club’s classy new away kit, this weekend, attentions will turn very much back to the pitch.
This comes with Mikel Arteta’s men set to welcome Championship-bound West Brom to the Emirates on Sunday evening, for a Premier League clash.
Arsenal will of course head into proceedings in search of a bounce-back result, having seen their Europa League adventure brought to an end in devastating fashion by former boss Unai Emery’s Villarreal on Thursday night.
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