The first details of Arsenal matchday gear for the 2024/25 campaign have been made public by kit aficionados @ArsenalShirt.
Unsurprisingly, it’s red (better scarlet, to be precise) with white sleeves and blue used as the accent colour. Footheadlines reckon the design will follow the new Adidas template being rolled out for national teams – inspired by the 2006 World Cup Teamgeist jerseys – which could mean a contrasting wavy line motif down the side of the body. We’ll see.
So tonight we can share the first details about our 2024/25 home kit.
The shirt will be Better Scarlet Red with our traditional White sleeves. The kit will also have blue details.
— Arsenal Shirt Collection (@ArsenalShirt) November 16, 2023
The body of the shirt is set to be black with red and green used as accent colours. The colour combination was recently used by Adidas on the ‘Honor Oak’ ZX trainer which was launched last year to celebrate the friendship between Ian Wright and David Rocastle. Adidas’ last black Arsenal shirt (22/23 away) proved hugely popular so it’ll be interesting to see the final design.
Here we go… The 2024/25 away kit info.
The shirt see a return to a black base with red and green details.
The design is unknown and the mock up is just to represent the colours.
— Arsenal Shirt Collection (@ArsenalShirt) November 17, 2023
The third shirt will be aqua with light purple and navy blue details. On first read that sounds similar to the toothpaste-like Puma kit from 2018/19.
💣💣𝗕𝗥𝗘𝗔𝗞𝗜𝗡𝗚: Arsenal's 24-25 Third Kit Info:
The new shirt will be Aqua with Light Purple & Navy Blue details. And we will see the return of the original adidas Trefoil logo since 1992.
— Arsenal Shirt Collection (@ArsenalShirt) November 19, 2023
Interestingly, next season Adidas will reintroduce their classic Trefoil logo for the third shirts of all their elite teams. The famous logo hasn’t been featured on an Arsenal match shirt since the Bruised Banana kit was worn in 1992/93. Since 1997 it has been solely applied to heritage products, stylized as ‘Originals’.
It’s unclear whether Arsenal Women will get another exclusive kit. We suspect they might given how popular the Stella McCartney away shirt has proven.