An online club shop blunder has seen Arsenal‘s away kit available for fans to buy before it has even been unveiled.
According to The Sun, the Gunners’ yellow kit for the coming season could be purchased on Sunday, despite the fact the official unveiling was not supposed to occur until 9am on Tuesday morning.
The mistake was noticed by those working at the club and the product was quickly taking down, but did not help the club in keeping their latest design under wraps.
Arsenal have accidentally put their new away kit (left) up for sale before its unveiling
It is one of a number of leaks which has seen Arsenal fans become well acquainted with the design of the ‘bruised banana’ offering.
As well as grabs of promotional campaigns including Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and NBA star James Harden of the Houston Rockets, the kit has already been seen in sports stores already around the globe.
Arsenal will also show off their new change kit at the same time, thought to be a royal blue design with a gold trim.
The yellow shirt bares a passing resemblance to the 1991 away shirt, but fans have been mixed in their reaction to the new top.
The new away kit bares a passing resemblance to the 1991 kit, as worn by Stephen Morrow