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New 22/23 anthem jacket is trendy AF as fans claim Adidas loves Arsenal

New 22/23 anthem jacket is trendy AF as fans claim Adidas loves Arsenal

For the past few seasons, Adidas have served up Arsenal fans with some of the best football kits in Europe for their players. There has been a good mix of newly created designs and modernized retro designs for the Gunners’ home, away and third kits in the past few years.

This balance has mirrored Arsenal’s developing squad as well which too balances experienced players such as Granit Xhaka and Alex Lacazette and youngsters such as Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard.

As per leaks online from May, the upcoming season’s pink away and black third kit have impressed not just Arsenal fans but rival supporters too for their clean and appealing designs. The black third kit received special plaudits for combining the main colour with gold used for the sponsors and the club badge, giving the kit a royal feel.

With Gunners fans looking forward to the official release of this kit, Adidas and Arsenal have gone ahead and given the fans a sneak peak of the black and gold design with the release of the anthem jacket for the next season that follows same design.

The black jacket displays a very polished, simple and elegant look with just the Adidas and the Gunners’ symbol on either side. It also features horizontal stripes on the shoulders in a darker shade of black and also has an open V-neck instead of high collars.  

The apparel was revealed through posters of current players such as Odegaard sporting the jacket, the images of which have taken Twitter by storm with even rival fans applauding Adidas for the design. The 2022/24 jacket is now available on the official club website in various sizes for Gunners’ supporters to purchase at the earliest, though the price might put a lot of people off.

While the club may have faced troubles with qualifying for Europe in the past couple of seasons, they have continued to show consistency for being one of the most fashionable clubs in Europe and would be hoping to bring that dependability into their on-field performances as well next season.