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Arsenal 2024/25 away kit confirmed for next season

Recent images from reliable sources have revealed the third kit expected to be worn by Arsenal ahead of the 2024/25 season

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Leaked images of Arsenal third away kit for the 2024-2025 season have resurfaced, paying homage to two iconic former players, David Rocastle and Ian Wright.

The leaked images, first reported by Footy Headlines in November, have now been confirmed, showcasing Arsenal’s distinctive black-based away jersey for the upcoming campaign. The kit features accents of red and green, inspired by the colours of a limited edition trainer designed to celebrate the friendship between Rocastle and Wright, affectionately known as “Wrighty” and “Rocky.”

The cannon emblem on the Arsenal 2024-2025 away kit is rendered in red, while the Adidas logo appears in green, and the Emirates Fly Better logo in white. Additionally, the jersey incorporates a unique white graphic pattern on both the top front and bottom panels, adding to its aesthetic appeal.

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Scheduled for release in July 2024, the Arsenal away kit embodies the club’s rich heritage and is expected to be embraced by fans worldwide.


In addition to the away kit, recent leaks have also confirmed the design of Arsenal’s home shirt for the upcoming season. The home kit, utilising the adidas ‘Tiro 24’ template, draws inspiration from classic Arsenal kits of the past, incorporating navy blue accents and white panelling along the sides. Notably, the simplified cannon emblem takes centre stage on the home shirt, a departure from previous designs and a nod to the club’s historic identity.

While the use of blue on Arsenal’s home kits may evoke nostalgia for some fans, it underscores the club’s tradition, dating back to the 1880s. Despite the initial surprise of the colour choice, the new design has been praised for its clean aesthetic and subtle references to Arsenal’s storied past.

With the new season already on the minds of many, the unveiling of the new kits shows the club’s commitment to honouring its heritage while embracing innovation and progress on and off the pitch.

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