Adidas Unveils Stunning 2023/24 Arsenal Kit as Radical Plan Takes Shape
Arsenal news as a probable new training outfit for Mikel Arteta’s Gunners emerges as a German brand Adidas intends to make a significant adjustment for the upcoming season.
Arsenal are in the midst of a Premier League title chase, but thoughts are already moving to next year’s training and match jerseys.
Designers As the German manufacturer approaches its fourth season as Arsenal’s kit provider, Adidas will be putting the finishing touches on their next season’s strip and training kit. Footy Headlines, a website that reports on so-called “leaked kits,” claims to have obtained a graphic depicting next season’s training kit.
It is billed as a’stunning half-and-half’ training set with the possibility of a match kit following. The ‘leaked’ training shirt is black with a blue Adidas logo, a yellow Arsenal badge, and the Fly Emirates sponsor, albeit the airline’s logo might be white.
The jersey is expected to be available for purchase in June. Adidas replaced Puma as Arsenal’s kit manufacturer for a second time in 2019, after handing over the role to Nike in 1994 after eight years of sponsorship.
Nike designed the Arsenal kit for two decades before Puma took control for five years, until the three stripes returned to north London in 2019. Adidas has a contract with Arsenal until 2030, having renewed their association with the club in September of last year.
“We’re delighted to agree a new partnership with Adidas until 2030,”
chief commercial officer Juliet Slot said. “The long-term nature of our extension means there’s a real commitment to build on this brilliant collaboration, with a strong focus on growing women’s football and developing our sustainability strategy.
“Since we’ve been reunited, we’ve driven initiatives and investment in our local communities, and developed exciting and bold product ranges for our players and supporters alike. “
We’re proud of the progress we’ve made together and we’re excited to take our partnership forward.”
“The announcement comes following a summer where both the men’s and women’s teams were hosted at Adidas’ global headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany for pre-season training camps.”