One of the worst kept secrets of the summer, Arsenal have finally launched their new strip for the upcoming season.
The Gunners have gone retro with their design, with Adidas pulling out all the stops to ensure the north London side have a kit which will impress fans.
And it appears not just Arsenal supporters are happy with the new strip after its release on Monday morning.
A number of football fans from other clubs took to Twitter to heap praise on Adidas for the kit design.
“Looks sick,” said one Borussia Dortmund supporter.
“Not gonna lie this kit is fire,” one Chelsea fan wrote.
“A United fan who is impressed by the jersey,” said a Red Devils supporter.
“Good one from Adidas,” said another Chelsea follower.
“Looks great! Such a shame it’s not my favourite club,” added a Liverpool fan.
A promotional video ahead of the kit’s official release went viral on social media on Thursday night.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette, Mesut Ozil, Hector Bellerin, Matteo Guendouzi and Alex Iwobi all feature in the clip, which is narrated by club legend Ian Wright.
Arsenal’s WSL superstar Vivianne Miedema also makes an appearance, alongside celebrities such as Idris Elba and Jez from the ‘F2 Freestylers’.
The video went viral on Youtube and soon spread on social media on Thursday evening.
And Arsenal fans were certainly happy with the outcome.
“Now that is how it’s f***** done!” one tweeted.
“The only thing I’m excited for this season!!” one wrote.
“But where’s the massively overpriced player playing the piano?? Stunning video,” one said.
“This is up there with one of the best football advertisements I’ve ever seen, absolutely f***** brilliant,” another added.
“Okay so I’m not going to rant about this, it’s actually a thing of beauty,” a fifth wrote.
Arsenal may have gone all out to create a slick advertising campaign for their new strip.
But there are concerns there won’t be too many new faces donning the red shirt come the beginning of next season.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery has been handed a transfer budget of just £45m – and will be forced to sell players to raise funds.