The team initially started out with a red home shirt and white shorts which is a trend that remains today. The one major change that has occurred is since 1933, the sleeves have been coloured white providing a nice contrast on the home shirt. Arguably Arsenal's most iconic home shirt was the shirt used in 2005 to honour the last season at the iconic Highbury stadium. The likes of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Robert Pires wore the shirt.
In 1981, Arsenal introduced a sponsor logo to their playing shirts in the form of company JVC.
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 [...]
Leaked in a previous article, Premier League side Arsenal have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
PUMA once again supplied the 2015/16 home kit for Arsenal which featured the club's iconic red base with white sleeves design while touches of gold depicted from the Arsenal crest are seen as piping on the buttoned polo collar and sleeve cuffs. The 2015/16 Gunners shirt saw the entire sleeves and shoulders pose in white while the previous last season's home shirt used red shoulders.
The 2014-15 Arsenal home shirt is again coloured red and features white sleeves, a traditional design for the club. Additional white trim colours the sides and upper chest panels. Both sleeves features unique red Puma details while the shirt sponsor Fly Emirates and Puma logos are coloured white. The home kit is completed with white shorts and hooped red and white socks.