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Adidas 'stop selling Arsenal home kit' after fans spot embarrassing error

Adidas 'stop selling Arsenal home kit' after fans spot embarrassing error

It's a major blunder.

Adidas have reportedly paused sales of Arsenal's new home kit after fans spotted an embarrassing blunder in its design.

Arsenal supporters noticed the potential error in the 'authentic' version of the home shirt, which costs £110.

The Gunners released the kit in May with the help of Bukayo Saka and revealed that there would be a hidden nod to the legendary Invincibles side from the Premier League 2003/04 campaign.

Arsene Wenger's team were crowned champions that season without losing a single game in the league.

Arsenal's home shirt for the 2023/24 campaign pays homage to that achievement, 20 years on – but fans think an error has been made in its design.

Arsenal's record of 26 wins and 12 draws was meant to have been stitched into the side of the shirt in the order of each result.

But The Sun have reported that some fans think that only 32 of the 38 league results have been included, with the final six fixtures missing.

"Both of mine only have 32. Bit confusing why they have done this. Surely must be an error by @adidasfootball and @Arsenal," posted one fan on Twitter.

A second wrote: "£110 for that kit should be spot on it’s beyond a joke how they have got it wrong."

While a third posted: "Pretty disappointing but put it this way. If they reproduce (highly doubt it) to show all 38, then the ‘32 fixture’ shirt will be a rarity and collectible!"

The shirt is not currently available to buy from Adidas or Arsenal, with a note on the club's website reading: "Stock coming soon."

Arsenal have already worn the home strip in a competitive match – their final game of the Premier League season against Wolves, which ended in a 5-0 win for the Gunners.

But it was given its first run out 24 hours earlier, when Arsenal's women's team wore it in their final WSL game of the season against Aston Villa.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy & Arsenal/Adidas

Topics: Arsenal, Adidas, Premier League, Football, Fan Reactions