ARSENAL’s distant rumor for the 2021-22 season has been broadcast online, and the Gunners will wear yellow for next season.
Their home kit is one of the many Premier League T-shirts released this week by FootyHeadlines.com that have a reputation for getting their hands on designs early on.
In their latest revelation, the kit proposed by Arsenal has a navy around the collar and arms, with a red stripe underneath.
Interestingly, their crest is a cannon, as opposed to the usual logo, in a return to the Gunners’ 1989 shirt.
The rumor about Arsenal’s home kit also has a new twist, because the kit has more navy than fans could be used to.
The adidas stripes run from the neck to the shoulders.
Both the collar and the sleeves also include a navy single-line lining.
The band is very similar to the home kit 2012-14, which also featured heavy navy blue stripes at the end of the sleeves and collar.
Images have also appeared online with the third band of northern Londoners, who have “a look inspired by the ’90s”.
Adidas has adopted a color similar to the third shirt of this season, which is a combination of dark blue and black.
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However, they abandoned the spray paint design that was included in this campaign.
The apparent leaks come just days after the pre-match training shirts were revealed online.
Arsenal has a history in producing some of the most popular home away shirts and the third kit of the season, which is garnering rave reviews.