Everything looks to be going Arsenal’s way this season. After consecutive disappointments in missing out on Champions League football under Mikel Arteta, it looks like the Gunners might finally be able to secure it and return to the best club competition in Europe.
With both Man United and Spurs struggling for consistency in results, Arteta’s men sit 4th with a 3-point (4-point over United) lead while also having a game in hand.
A return to UCL would be the club’s first time since the 2016/17 season and it looks like the club have plans set to celebrate in style for the achievement.
In the past, the north London club have produced high-quality kits and their consistency along with Adidas is visible even from the current season’s kits, whether it be the standard 3 kits, limited edition kits such as the Teamgeist etc.
As per leaked images, the Gunners and Adidas have done it once again as the club’s away and third kit leaks reveal the detailed craftmanship that has Arsenal fans drooling over the shirts.
Black or pink drip? pic.twitter.com/T6wlsLhcIh— Gilles 🇳🇬🏴 (@_Grimanditweets) March 30, 2022
That black Arsenal away kit with Martinelli on the back next season is my new reason to live.— Irma Fernandez (@irmafernandez) March 30, 2022
Adidas have gone for a full black and gold combination for the away strip, with the sponsor title and badges in gold.
The shirt also has a faint designer print alongside grey stripes on the shoulders. The third kit is in full light pink, with a designer print.
The base colour is combined with black for the sponsors and badges as well as the shoulder stripes.
While the black away kit has a round collar, Adidas have gone for a V-neck for the pink third kit.
The brilliantly done kits have not just impressed Arsenal fans but also fans of rival clubs such as Manchester United and Chelsea, who seem to be envious of Adidas’ consistency in producing remarkable kits for Arsenal.
How do Adidas keep blessing Arsenal with works of art and we keep running the ugliest kits known to man ffs https://t.co/gtqHTj2dML— Ahmed (@UTDTruth) March 30, 2022
Why do Adidas always nice Arsenal with 🔥 kits!!— UsmaanTalksUtd (@UsmaanTalkUTD) March 30, 2022
Then it comes to Manchester United and we’re getting mugged off constantly 🤣🤦🏾♂️
With these fire kits coming up for the next season, Arsenal would be looking to match it by sealing the Champions League qualification this season, as the club get back in action at the weekend with an away trip to Crystal Palace.