Premier League side Arsenal play at the 60,361 capacity Emirates Stadium in Islington, North London. Their shirts are currently manufactured by Puma who signed a new kit deal with the club which commenced from the 2014-15 season onwards. For the 2014-15 season Arsenal a red home shirt with white sleeves which is a traditional design for the club. The away kit is a yellow and blue which is reminiscent of the away shirt worn in the unbeaten 2003-04 season while the third kit is dark blue with sky blue trim.
Arsenal wear red shirts with white sleeves adorned by a distinctive cannon badge, a legacy from their origins and a link to the Woolwich Arsenal, coupled with the local areas adjoining their former ground Highbury; Cannonbury and Gunnersbury. For the 2005/06 season the gunners wore claret shirts, which were the first colours they wore at Highbury, as Woolich Arsenal, to mark their last year at the ground.
Arsenal's Petr Cech gets handed a contrast of traditional meets modern for his 2016/17 goalkeeper shirt designed by Puma. After finishing the 2015/16 season on a high note by not only finishing in second place within the Premier League however also overtaking rivals Tottenham Hotspur for the runn [...]
Puma add subtle modifications to Arsenal's all-new home shirt which makes for a dramatic entrance into the 2016/17 season. Of course seeing the 'Gunners' famous colour of red acting as the headline design feature of their latest home shirt, Puma have incorporated a unique middle stripe of which p [...]
Second season with PUMA Football - we review Arsenal's brand new 2015-16 PUMA Home Shirt [...]
Arsenal who assumed the name of the nearby South London armaments depot, Woolwich Arsenal and hence gained the nickname the Gunners were formed in 1886, they were also once known as Dial Square football when they adopted the sponsors name. Arsenal have a new 60,000 capacity stadium at Ashburton Grove, which is called the Emirates stadium as Arsenal's success has seen them outgrow their Highbury ground.
Thierry Henry holds the record for the most goals whilst wearing a gunners shirt, having taken the record in 2005 from Arsenal fans favourite Ian Wright. Other famous players to pull on the kit include; Charlie George, David Seaman, Paul Merson and Tony Adams.