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First images of Arsenal’s 23/24 home kit leaked

First images of Arsenal’s 23/24 home kit leaked

Footy Headlines has released the first pictures of Arsenal’s adidas home kit for the 2023/24 season, which suggest that gold will be included as an accent color alongside the traditional red and white.

 The shirt showcases a gold monochrome badge, adidas logo, adidas stripes, and Fly Rwanda branding. 

Additionally, it features a white crew neck collar, raglan sleeves, and a lightning pattern. 


It was initially planned for the Emirates logo to be gold, but the main sponsor rejected the idea due to visibility concerns after prototypes were tested. 

Reports suggest that the team may debut the kit during their final game of the 2022/23 season against Wolves.

Footy Headlines had stated earlier that the away kit’s primary color would be “Team Semi Solar Yellow” and would include a black design.

 The third kit for the 2023/24 season will be inspired by the green and blue jersey worn by Terry Neill’s Arsenal team in the 1982/83 season.

 There is limited information available, but the Adidas design is expected to feature navy blue sleeves, as seen in the original Umbro jersey.

The Gunners wore a green kit in the 2018/19 season, which was designed by Puma and was only used occasionally by Unai Emery’s team.

 The upcoming kits will all have a new font and sleeve badge for the Premier League, which were recently revealed. The manufacturer Avery Dennison has made the typography larger and improved its visibility.

First images of Arsenal’s 23/24 home kit leaked

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