Arsenal as well as Adidas are getting ready for new kits. the 2023/24 strip and training jerseys that have been leaked online ahead of the upcoming season.
Arsenal are at the forefront of an Premier League title race but the focus will now be on the next season’s plans.
The Gunners are set to make an exciting reunion with the Champions League and, if they defeat Manchester City and Manchester United to claim the Premier League title, next season’s uniforms will sport golden Premier League badges for the first time in almost two decades. Arsenal are able to move five points ahead of City when they beat Everton on Wednesday at their home at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.
Then, Adidas and the club are beginning to finalize how they plan to design the strip 2023/24 and training kit. This week, so-called “leaked training kits were discovered along with Footy Headlines reporting that a black warm-up shirt that has a half-and half design is in the offing.
In leaked photos, Footy Headlines describe a ‘stunning black top sporting an orange badge as well as a blue Adidas logo. It could also have a the yellow Fly Emirates sponsor. Footy Headlines also ‘leaked’ the concept of a home shirt that is classic white and red top that has gold stripes and logos that remind of the shirt worn by the final season of the club at Highbury.
“Better Scarlet/WonderGold Metallic/White” are the colors described by Adidas scheduled to launch the ‘WonderGold Metallic’ color to the very first time in the year. It is notable that the Adidas logo that is used is the latest one with no writing, and only the traditional three stripes.
The the away kit for next season is expected to be striking yellow, with logos in black. In the case of there is a third version of the kit an unsponsored version is likely to be made readily available. Adidas as well as other soccer kit makers continue to make their kits more stylish enough for use in everyday life.
Adidas have a collection named ‘Lifestyler’, which is designed to produce’stylish products that are more fitting into the category of fashion rather than sporting’.