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Premier League rule could prevent Arsenal from using new home kit against Everton

Arsenal have unveiled the 2024/25 home kit ahead of the new season, but Premier League rules could prevent them from using it against Everton

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Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for the 2024/25 season, marking a departure from tradition by featuring the club’s ‘core symbol’ instead of the traditional crest for the first time in 25 years.

“A celebration of our club’s core symbol, as we reveal our cannon-fronted home kit for the first time since 1989/90,” read a statement on Arsenal’s official website.

The launch of the new home kit is accompanied by a film showcasing the passion evoked by the iconic Arsenal cannon. The film, starring first-team players, captures significant landmarks across Emirates Stadium, from the electric North Bank to the home changing room, exploring what the symbol means to both players and supporters.

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Brazilian international forward Gabriel Martinelli expressed his excitement about wearing the cannon on the pitch next season, emphasising its importance to the club and its supporters since his arrival at Arsenal.

Fans eager to see players like Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard in the new strip will have to wait, as Premier League rules prevent clubs in contention for the title from wearing new kits on the final day of the season. The new kit will be worn during Arsenal’s pre-season tour of America, starting with a game against Manchester United in Los Angeles on July 27.


The new home kit is priced at £80 for the short sleeve version, with a long sleeve option available for an additional £5. Children’s shirts are priced at £55, while shorts are priced at £45.

Crafted for performance, the lightweight jersey features the latest Adidas technology and is designed in close collaboration with the Arsenal men’s and women’s teams, according to a statement on the Arsenal website.

Despite the kit release, Arsenal fans are focused on the possibility of ending the season on a high note. Manchester City’s recent victory over Tottenham has put them in prime position to claim the title, but a draw or loss against West Ham on Sunday could open the door for Arsenal to secure their first title since 2004, depending on the result of their match against Everton.

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