We are still at least a month away from the end of the campaign but preparations are already in place for next season’s kits.
The Premier League has confirmed that the 2021/22 season will get underwear on August 14th and end on May 22nd.
Arsenal’s shirt deal with Adidas stands as one of the most lucrative of its kind in the Premier League, and it’s no surprise to see the designs for next season already being leaked to the masses.
The new 21/22 training jersey will be worn in all training sessions ahead of Premier League matches next season.
The training top is mostly dark red with the Adidas and Emirates logos taking centre stage.
Next season’s jacket is made up of traditional Arsenal red and is expected to be released in June.
Arsenal’s deal with Adidas is the club’s largest ever kit sponsorship, worth in the region of £300million over five years.
“When we look upon the Arsenal brand, it’s such a stellar, global brand, that’s been underperforming the last couple years,” said Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted in 2018.
“And we believe that, in the long term, there’s so much upside in Arsenal. The Premier League is the biggest commercial league in the world.
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“We have Manchester United which is, commercially, the biggest club, and we really wanted a club in London.”
The Gunners had last worn Adidas during the 1993/94 season, having previous deals with sportswear manufacturers Nike and Puma respectively.