The Arsenal 2020/21 Adidas Home Kit reportedly leaked on Saturday, giving us a first look at it ahead of its debut later this year.
Footy Headlines leaked pictures of what they claim is the actual 2020/21 Arsenal home kit this weekend, as opposed to the recent fan mock-ups.
As you can see, there are a number of major changes from last season’s shirt, some of which we’d already heard about.
For a start, the sponsorship logo is different. It’s no longer “Fly Emirates”, but “Emirates Fly Better”. Presumably, they wanted to change things up after 14 years of the same to catch everyone’s attention again.
The shirt is also a lot darker than this year’s effort, and it has a horizontal arrow pattern. As for the collar, it’s a plain white circle, similar to the 2010/11 kit.
We also got a look at the back of the shirt, revealing an interesting block of white on the shoulders. It’s not exactly clear from the photos available so far how this connects up with the red on the front.
One result of this is that there are no longer any stripes on the shoulders. The three stripes are an Adidas staple, and this time they’re on the side of the body.