Arsenal could be wearing “biscay green and peacot” next season if a new leak is anything to go by.
It seems a new colour could be introduced to the Arsenal colour spectrum.
According to Footy Headlines, the colours for Arsenal’s third kit for next season have already been leaked.
They claim that next season will be Puma’s last as Arsenal’s kit manufacturer, and they could go out with another eccentric design.
The shirt will be turquoise green – officially dubbed as “biscay green” – with navy blue, or “peacot”, applications.
It will also have the monochromatic badge that the current third kit has.
Üçüncü forma yeşil-mavi tonları arasında gidip gelen parlak bir forma olacak. Formanın detay rengi lacivert. Bu formada da monochrome logo bekleyebiliriz. pic.twitter.com/4GCfTvm1FF
— esvaphane (@esvaphane) November 30, 2017
The shirt could reportedly come out in late July.
Puma have been Arsenal’s kit manufacturer since 2014, but could be replaced in 2019 by Adidas as the club looks to catch up to the commercial strength of their rivals.
With Puma, Arsenal have worn various shades of yellow, blue, gold, black and pink.
They’ve released a third kit every year for Arsenal to wear during cup competitions, but we’ve rarely seen them in action.
The current black and pink shirt, at least, has been worn a decent number of times already this season.