Arsenal has a fairly stylish 3rd kit for the season 21/22. A ZigZag pattern runs through the kit kept mainly in shades of blue. The Premier League continues with the No Room For Racism campaign. Thus there is a campaign badge below the tournament badge to the right arm sleeve.
Arsenal plays in the English Premier League thus they have to apply a specific name and number kit as well as sleeve badge for the matches in the EPL. Furthermore there is the latest addition with the No Room For Racism badge below the EPL badge. The rising star on the Arsenal team is Emile […]
Arsenal is the club in England with the most wins in the FA Cup. A total of 14 so far. Number two on the list is Manchester United with 12. Recently the badge design was changed in order to display the number of titles as part of the design. The name of the tournament is […]
Arsenal applies one type of printing for their league matches and another style for the Cup matches. The cup style is the same for domestic as well as international competitions. The new starlet is Emile Smith Rowe wearing the number 10 jersey. Nota Bene! Look out for the Arsenal club logos in the numbers.
New Arsenal home kit for the season 21/22. The kit is from adidas while the main shirt sponsor is Emirates Airlines. The name and number kit is from Avery Dennison. The Premier League sleeve badge comes from the same company.
The Arsenal away kit for the season 20/21 is white with diverse pattern. This is supposed to emulate the marble floor at the lobby of the old Highbury stadium. The printing is the black/white Premier League style. The producer of the printing is Avery Dennison. The have obtained the license a couple of seasons back […]
The Arsenal away jersey for the 20/21 season is white with black contrast. Furthermore there are red irregular lines woven into the fabric. Presumedly the basic structure and design of the jersey is supposed to resemble a marble floor at the old Highbury stadium. A jersey for nostalgia.
The Arsenal home kit for the season 20/21 has launched end of July 2020. A beautiful design and a stylish finish. The printing is kept in the white/black font with standard Premier League patch to the right arm sleeve. The Premier League shirts now carry two sponsor logos. One to the front and one to […]
Arsenal has made the switch from Puma to adidas starting July 2019. Most fans consider this switch to be a step up the ladder. Among many football fans the gold standard is really set by Adidas. The printing will be yellow or white for the Premier League matches. But guaranteed yellow for the Cups matches.
Speculations were abundant last summer about an imminent switch for Arsenal from Puma to Adidas. The end of the story is that Arsenal will see out the contract with Puma and only make the switch starting with the season 2019/20. Arsenal has already played in Adidas previously so it is a return to the good […]