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Arsenal’s New Home Kit For Next Season Leaked Online 

Arsenal’s New Home Kit For Next Season Leaked Online 

Arsenal’s home kit for the 2021/2022 season has been leaked online.

The new design has a strange neck design with a lighter red body and navy stripes on the collar, shoulders and cuffs.

Images of 2021-22’s alleged kit were posted on FootyHeadlines which has a track record of getting accurate kit pictures ahead of release.

The latest designs show a red body and white sleeves with red trim.

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Emirates remain the sponsor with the adidas logo and Arsenal badge looking much the same as this season.

But in a new twist, the kit features more navy than fans might be used to.

The adidas stripes run from the neck to the shoulders.

And the collar and sleeves also include a single line navy trim.

The strip is very similar to the 2012-14 home kit which also featured heavy navy stripes at the end of the sleeves and collar.

The latest ‘leak’ comes just after images of the North Londoners’ third strip surfaced online.

Kit sponsor adidas created the smart-looking jersey with a maroon-coloured collar and the brand’s three stripes on the top of the shoulders.

FootyHeadlines unveiled the shirt on their website and add the design ‘will have a look inspired by the 1990s.’

Adidas have adopted a similar colour to this season’s third shirt, which is a combination of dark blue and black.

However they have scrapped the spray paint design which was included this campaign.

Arsenal currently occupy 10th position in the Premier League table.

They have one leg already in the quarter-finals of the Europa League after they defeated Olympiacos 3-1 in the first-leg round of 16 clash.

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