Arsenal's Home And Away Kit For Next Season Are Truly A Thing Of Beauty
There we have it. Arsenal might have just won SPORTbible's best kit of the year award after a leaked photo emerged online.
In the picture that surfaced on Twitter, worn by strike partnership Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, the classic red and white home kit just screams elegance, while the yellow away design is stunning, to say the least.
Adidas will produce Arsenal's 2019/20 home and away kit after striking a lucrative deal worth a reported £60 million per season.
It will be the first time since the early 90s that Arsenal will be sponsored by Adidas and boy, if these leaks are genuine, fans have certainly got a treat on their hands.
Arsenal's new 2019/20 home and away kits. :heart_eyes:- Arsenal FC News (@ArsenalFC_fl) May 22, 2019
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Both designs went down a hit with many on social media.
"Auba and Laca with the new Arsenal kit is the sauciest thing you'll see today. Premier League isn't ready," said one user, while another said: "Finally something Arsenal are top of the league for. That home kit is superb."
It looks like Lacazette has also confirmed that the leaks are, in fact, true.
Thoughts on the new design?
It's over. Arsenal win best new kit of the summer :heart_eyes: pic.twitter.com/KY7JXccOnK- CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) May 22, 2019
We might actually win away from home in that kit! :heart::heart::heart: Love both of them! pic.twitter.com/vTK8PfoiuR- The Arsenal (@DareToWenger) May 22, 2019
Rumours for our kits:- ArsenalCreator (@ArsenalCreator1) May 22, 2019
• Home ' White shorts with a small red line on the plain white socks.
• Away ' Darks blue shorts that will have the same colour as the stripes on the shirt, yellow socks.
• 3rd ' Completely dark blue full kit. pic.twitter.com/FWqSrpaW1A
When Arsenal signed on with Puma back in 2013, it was the biggest kit sponsorship deal in Britain, but a lot has changed in the following four years.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham all signed sizeable kit deals dwarfing Arsenal's, but of course they decided to work with Adidas as of October last year.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter