Leaked Tube-inspired Arsenal kit faces opposition from non-league side

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Leaked tube-inspired Arsenal kit faces opposition from non-league side

We’ve seen many incredible collaborations over the years between fashion brands and football clubs.

Recent examples include PSG’s historic partnership with Jordan and the Air Max inspired third kits by Nike for several European Heavyweight Clubs back in the 2020/21 season.

Another collaborative effort seems to be on the horizon this time featuring Premier League club Arsenal, their sponsor Adidas and oddly enough, the Transport For London (TFL).

TFL is a local governing body responsible for most of the transport network in London, England.

Adidas are all set to release a kit to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Arsenal tube station.

Renamed in the honor of the London club back in 1932, it holds the unique attribute of being the only tube station to be named after a football club.

The pre-match kit which has apparently leaked will be worn by players during their final warm-ups on the pitch before kickoff.

The kit itself features a graphic inspired by the iconic seat pattern of the London Tube. Similarly, the kit is light royal blue in colour just like the seat’s base.

Adding to the theme, the kit is emblazoned with the London Underground logo under the collar.

Before the kit’s impending launch, however, it seems like the Gunners might have some objections to address. The hitch comes in the form of a certain Piccadilly FC, a non-league side, who were quick to establish that they did it first.

It certainly seems to be the case, the London Underground League side shared images of their upcoming away kit and evidently, it features a similar pattern.

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