Arsenal’s new away kit for 2021/22 season ‘released’ includes return of classic detail

Images of Arsenal’s new away kitchen for the 2021/22 season have reportedly been released online.

The Gunners are expected to replace both the second and second strip for the new venture but are going to be teaming up with the current Adidas sponsors.

Their new home kitchen was among several Premier League strips unveiled earlier this week, courtesy of FootyHeadlines.com.

And the same website seems to have gotten the first look at Arsenal’s new away ensemble, which features a return to classic detail.

The new device is a shade of yellow, with navy and trim emblems around the collar and sleeves, the last of which has a strip of red trim around the loops.



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The Adidas manufacturers have been inspired by some of Arsenal’s big kittens from the 70s and 80s, including the strip that won a title from the famous 1988/89 season.

And instead of going with the full badge on the front of the shirt, it looks like Arsenal have reintroduced the simple canon logo – similar to the ’89 shirt and the hook away from 1971.

The new hook is due to be unveiled in the summer at a cost of around £ 70-80 for the whole strip.



The Gunners have been following a similar style to their kittens since '71 and '89
The Gunners have been following a similar style to their kittens since ’71 and ’89

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Naturally, Arsenal will retain the familiar red and white colors in their new home jacket, with scattered images showing they are ready to restore a va neck collar.

Mikel Arteta will no doubt hope that the new outfits will help inspire her to greater success next season.

Arsenal showed their way to the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday, establishing a last eight tie with Dinamo Zagreb, who eliminated rivals Tottenham.



The cannon logo will return to the strip as part of the new design
The cannon logo will return to the strip as part of the new design

But despite going through it all, Arteta has put out its stall for further development from its team in the coming months.

“It’s about the level of quality we need to achieve, to be where we want to be, to compete in the Premier League with the teams we have to compete with, and in Europe with the teams we need to face the next games, “he said.

“So it’s just about that, for the rest I’m very proud and happy for the organization that we have the determination, the spirit. But we have to take another step forward.”

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