Arsenal have finally launched their stylish new adidas home kit ahead of next season.
The Gunners have returned to the German manufacturing giants for the first time in 25 years, and it has proved a very popular choice among the club’s supporters.
On Monday morning, Arsenal tweeted a video, which was leaked a few days ago, of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette and Co starring in a hilarious London-themed video revealing the new kit.
Arsenal have officially launched their classy new adidas home kit ahead of next season
Arsenal’s deadly striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang poses in the new adidas kit
Mesut Ozil strikes a pose as he models the new Gunners kit for the official launch on Monday
Lucas Torreira will be hoping for a successful season in the stylish strip next campaign
Photos of the likes of Mesut Ozil, Lucas Torreira, Lacazette and Aubameyang and Co emerged on Monday as the official unveiling took place.
The new shirt echoes the adidas kits worn by the north London outfit during the late 1980s and early 90s.
The retro shirt that will be worn by Unai Emery’s men features white sleeves, with matching red and blue trim.
Meanwhile, Bernd Leno also modelled the 2019-2020 goalkeeper strip ahead of next season.
Laurent Koscielny will be hoping to lead Arsenal to glory in the adidas kit next term
Koscielny’s defensive partner Sokratis gives his seal of approval for the new home kit
Bernd Leno tries out the new Arsenal adidas goalkeeper kit for the much-spoken about launch
David Seaman signs an autograph for a fan during Arsenal’s official launch at the Emirates
Ray Parlour poses for a photo with Arsenal mascot Gunnersauras as they pack bags with the kit
The Gunners launched the kit at the Emirates on Monday, with former players Ray Parlour and David Seaman in attendance at the club’s Armoury Store to showcase the strip.
Following Monday’s unveiling, Arsenal managing director Vinai Venkatesham said: ‘adidas’ core values mirror ours, they’re progressive and innovative and their bold ambitions for the club and the partnership are aligned with our own.
‘We’re excited to have adidas by our side as we continue to develop and push boundaries together both on and off the field, the Arsenal way.’
Supporters flooded to the Emirates as they looked to get their hands on the hugely-in-demand new strip.
Arsenal’s Armoury store is dominated by the new kits as they get ready for the launch
An employee prints Aubameyang’s name onto the back of the Arsenal home shirt on Monday