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 runners-up spot, Arsenal have now unveiled their goalkeeper shirt for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign.
The Gunners number one, and current Golden Glove holder, Petr Cech will pull on a predominately black shirt however the sleeves steal the headlines through a printer-themed CMYK colour-scheme seeing cyan, magenta, yellow, and black combining in a uniformed manner to create an eye-catching visual. Additional cyan pops feature on the neckline and hem, whilst Puma and Fly Emirates branding opt for yellow finishing flurries.
Moved to New Zealand in 2015, Matt played within England’s semi-professional Non-League for several years, most notably for Eastbourne and Lancing. While studying at the University of Brighton, Matt also captained and coached the Men’s First Team who played in the Premier League of University football.