Popular English club Arsenal from Northern London, is one of the best clubs in the country, having won the top league in England a total of 13 times and the FA Cup 10 times, amongst others. This year, the club is celebrating its 125th year anniversary since it was set up as Dial Square. In the 2009/10 season, they ranked 3rd and in the 2010/11 season, they look set for the same league position, where until the 35th matchday, they are 3rd with 3 points behind Chelsea in 2nd.
We have brought you the unveiling of the new home shirt of Arsenal earlier this week. Now we bring you a picture of the Gunners’ new goalkeeper strip for the 2011/12 season. Arsene Wenger has trusted young Polish goalkeeper Wojciech SzczÄ™sny between the sticks towards the latter part of the season, and it remains to be seen if he has done enough to convince the French manager that he can be Number One next season. In total, until the 35th matchday, Arsenal have conceded 36 goals, more than the other three clubs in the Top Four. The goalkeeper of Arsenal next season will wear a dark blue shirt, with orange stripe details on the sides, on the underarms and on the sleeves. The commemorative crest of Arsenal will appear on the shirt, and the logos of Nike and Fly Emirates will appear in white.
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