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Arsenals Pierre Emerick Aubameyang And Emile Smith Rowe Flaunt The Newmystery Blue Third Kit

For the 2021-22 season, Arsenal has unveiled a striking’mystery blue’ third uniform with a lightning strong design throughout.
According to adidas, the new shirt is inspired by London culture from the 1990s and is in keeping with the club’s DNA.
Arsenal stars Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Emile Smith Rowe, Alex Lacazette, as well as members of the women’s team, modelled the shirt, which will be worn for the first time in the north London club’s Premier League opener against Brentford on Friday.
Arsenal’s’mystery blue’ third kit for the next season has been unveiled. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Emile Smith Rowe, as well as Nicolas Pepe and Thomas Partey, were among the Gunners stars to display the bright new strip at the club unveiling.
Under the shirt collar, the words ‘Arsenal for Everyone’ are printed, giving homage to the Gunners’ initiative to promote diversity within the club.
Arsenal defended their English winger Bukayo Saka after he faced widespread racial abuse on social media after missing a critical penalty in England’s Euro 2020 final shootout loss to Italy.
Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka was another player to flaunt their new shirt, which features a lightning bolt pattern in adidas’ third season with the club. The Gunners have already announced their adidas home and away kits for the next season, with the home kit featuring the club’s traditional red and white colors and the away kit featuring a yellow strip.
After five seasons with Puma, Arsenal has been in a collaboration with adidas since the start of the 2019-20 season, signing a PS65 million-per-year deal two years ago.
Mikel Arteta’s team face newly promoted Brentford on Friday night in the Premier League, trying to rebound from back-to-back eighth-place performances in England’s top tier.
The Gunners will play in only three categories this season, the league and two domestic cup competitions, as it will be their first season without European football in 25 years.

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