Arsenal will launch the 2022/23 home shirt two weeks today (19 May) with the players set to wear it for the first time against Everton on the final day of the season.
The timeline for all three kit launches was discussed during this week’s Fans’ Forum meeting alongside details of the first team’s pre-season plans.
The pink third kit should go on sale in advance of the Emirates Cup, which is due to return, albeit in a one-day format, for the first time since 2019.
In a throwback to the Arsene Wenger years, the players are also due to train in Germany. We suspect this will be the first tranche of pre-season training (the hardcore star jumps and shuttle run stage) and will take place in early July.
In addition to the new kits, we can expect a raft of new Adidas merchandise in the build-up to the new season.
The @ArsenalShirt account on Instagram has already leaked a few images of the new training range which seems to take its colour inspiration from the tracksuits worn by George Graham’s sides in the late 80s and early 90s.