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Arsenal third kit for 2023-24 season 'leaked' with highly unusual button design

Arsenal third kit for 2023-24 season 'leaked' with highly unusual button design

Here is what the Gunners could be wearing next season.

Arsenal's third kit for the 2023/24 campaign has been 'leaked' online, giving fans a sneak peak into what they can expect to see next season.

The Gunners' title hopes have taken a significant hit after Manchester City beat them 4-1 at the Etihad on Wednesday.

Goals from Kevin De Bruyne, John Stones and Erling Haaland sealed all three points on a night which will have huge implications on who is crowned champions in May.

But as the dust settles on a disappointing result, Mikel Arteta may have his sights set on next season, as his side prepares to play in the Champions League for the first time since the 2016/17 campaign.

Meanwhile, fans have been given an insight into what they can expect to see in Europe next term - and there are plenty of changes from this year's design.

Arsenal 2023/24 third kit 'leaked'

With kit season firmly upon us, Footy Headlines have shared what the Arsenal team could be wearing soon.

Adidas have seemingly moved away from this year's clear pink shirt, opting for a dark green / teal colour with navy sleeves.

The shirt pays homage to the green and navy-blue 1982/1983 away kit. While the singular cannon resembles designs used in the 1980s. The shirt also includes a highly unusual one-button design.

The logos are sand gold, much like Arsenal's 2023/24 'leaked' home shirt, which includes gold detailing throughout.

Another feature is the collar's 'AFC' lettering which mirrors the 1990/992 green and navy goalkeeper strip.

Adidas have paid tribute to several of Arsenal's iconic kits, with their projected home shirt drawing comparisons with Arsenal's 2005/2006 kit.

The famous maroon shirt was worn by the likes of Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, and marked the end of the Gunners' reign at Highbury.

All official kits are expected be launched in August 2023.

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Topics: Arsenal, Premier League, Football