Arsenal will return to a yellow away shirt in 2023/24 and next season’s home kit could feature a gold club badge, according to kit-leak specialists Footy Headlines.
As usual, Arsenal’s home kit will be red and white although the exact shade of red is yet to be determined.
There are also suggestions it will feature ‘raglan’ sleeves, which is just a fancy term for sleeves that run all the way to the collar. Pretty much all the Puma kits had raglan sleeves whereas, up to now, our most recent Adidas shirts have had traditional sleeves that cut at the shoulder.
It’s not clear at this point whether Adidas will forego the standard full-colour crest for a gold monochrome version or if they’ll go for a simple cannon motif, something that has proved popular on recent away shirts.
The away kit is going to be bright. “Team Semi Solar Yellow” is more fluorescent than anything seen on standard outfield shirts in the club’s history. It will be complemented by black logos and sponsor.
From next season, all Arsenal’s kits will also feature an amended Adidas ‘Icon’ badge. The German sportswear company has further simplified its existing logo to remove the word Adidas. See the example in the header image.
We don’t know anything specific about the design of the third shirt but Footy Headlines claim Adidas are planning to sell fan replicas without shirt sponsors for all their main teams.