Updating: Adidas and Arsenal have reached out to those who bought the defective 23-24 home kit to acknowledge that there was a design flaw in the shirt. The email has been distributed via Sun Sport.
Updating: Adidas has shut down selling the Arsenal 23-24 home kit in the original version due to not having six games of the Invincible Season on the side panel. Both Adidas, as well as Arsenal, have pulled the authentic shirt from sale, and it’s no longer available to purchase from retailers. But, there’s an official statement made public at this time.
Only 32 of the 28 Invincible Season Games: Arsenal 23-24 Authentic Home Kit Removed off Adidas Website and “Sold Out” on the Arsenal Website
If you attempt to open the Arsenal 23-24 authentic home kit on Adidas official site using an uncached link to the kit it will redirect you to the Adidas Jersey subpage, not that actual product. In the meantime, the item available on the Arsenal website appears to be “Sold Out” in all sizes.
19. June 2023. Adidas Arsenal 23-24 Home Kit Featured 32 of 38 games from Invincible Season
A critical and surprising error was discovered on the Adidas Arsenal 23-24 home kit by Arsenal fan @arstaoly and then confirmed and confirmed @ArsenalShirt and the other and other.
ARSENAL KIT BUNDER 32 GAMES REPORTED ON 23-24 HOME SHIRT
The information was made public as awed fans noticed the shirt’s tape showed just 32 wins/draws (wins/draws) which was a fraction of the full number of 38 games played during the legendary Invincible season. The lack of games has prompted questions as to whether this is an oversight made by Adidas or the kit maker or a deliberate choice by Arsenal.
There’s no issue with the size of the shirt since there are dots that divide the two parts of the design.
The difference is evident when you consider the last four games played during the season, with a draw in the games against Portsmouth as well as Birmingham. In addition, two wins during the team’s winning streak of nine games (games 21-30) are not present. The missing results are represented by missing letters, which should have been displayed in the video.
Arsenal Fans have shared their displeasure and anger, expressing their own experiences of improper tapes on their shirt. For example, one person noticed that the kit’s name is “WWWWDD” rather than the precise “WWWWWWDD,” indicating that the label is not correct. This difference is important since this kit’s official website claims it’s a part of the invincible 2003-2004 season that included 12 draws and 26 wins.
It is yet to be determined how Arsenal and Adidas will take this issue into consideration and provide a reason or solution to supporters who would like to see an accurate depiction of the Invincible season on their shirts.
Explore every Arsenal FC kit on Football Kit Archive
What do you feel are the main reasons could be for this error? Tell us via the comment section below.