Arsenal Have Dropped Their Gorgeous New Adidas Home Kit For The 2019-20 Season
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette were among the Arsenal stars to model the team's stunning Adidas kits for this season.
The Gunners officially unveiled their new Adidas strip on Monday having switched from Puma this summer.
Arsenal signed a five-year deal with Adidas worth £300m last year, ending the team's five-year partnership with Puma.
The German sports manufacturer previously worked with the club in a deal between 1986 and 1994.
Adidas' three-striped design is featured on the shoulders of the shirt while the company's logo is on the opposite side of Arsenal's club crest.
Arsenal's kit is available on the Adidas store
and is priced at £64.95.
Arsenal's home shirt leaked online back in March and the club were left even more red-faced after the promotional video leaked on Thursday evening.
And the video was packed with several of the club's star players along with former players and famous fans.
You're not born a Londoner, you're made one.
Introducing the new 2019/20 @Arsenal Home kit, exclusively available now: https://t.co/SZpz5J5qr4#DareToCreate pic.twitter.com/OXU5XqiRbK
- adidas Football (@adidasfootball) 1 July 2019
The Arsenal home kit for the 2019/20 season has landed :red_circle::white_circle: pic.twitter.com/bAI7B6KMCV
- B/R Football (@brfootball) 1 July 2019
Gunners legend Ian Wright narrated the video as he walked down the streets of London.
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"Let me tell you something," the 55-year-old pundit said, before adding: "You ain't born a Londoner; you're made one."
Arsenal players who featured in the video include Aubameyang, Lacazette, Héctor Bellerín, Alex Iwobi, Laurent Koscielny, Mattéo Guendouzi, Sead Kolašinac and Mesut Özil.
And representing Arsenal's celebrity fans is Luther star Idris Elba, who pokes fun at the idea that he could have potentially played for the Gunners.
The Arsenal faithful have flooded social media with overwhelmingly positive responses over the kit's design.
"Arsenal Adidas is back!" one fan excitedly tweeted.
A second said: "This is much better than Man City's kit."
Someone else wrote: "Welcome home, Adidas."
First @adidasfootball x @Arsenal shirt :boom: Freshhh right @MesutOzil1088? :sunglasses::joy: #GibGäs #SeoKol :punch: pic.twitter.com/WXNkZde1EN
- Sead Kolašinac (@seadk6) 1 July 2019
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Featured Image Credit: Arsenal/Adidas