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Adidas reveal new Arsenal kit connected to Teamgeist design of 2006

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Adidas reveal new Arsenal kit connected to Teamgeist design of 2006

Arsenal have 2021-22 Teamgeist kit revealed

German apparel juggernaut Adidas have turned the clock back fifteen after their latest design has been revealed thanks to Footyheadlines; their Teamgeist kit for Premier League outfit Arsenal for the current 2021-22 season

Expected to release in November, the layout of the design resembles the Teimgeist official match ball for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, with the curved stripes seen under each arm a direct representation of the memorable ball pattern.

Unlike other kits released this season from both Adidas and Nike that have been far more intricate, this effort not only draws inspiration from the match ball itself, but the Teamgeist kits themselves from the same tournament. Bayern Munich have already teased their official kit for the 2022 season in the same layout as Adidas could be using this template across many of its current kit deals.

Invoking yesteryear through a shirt

Most importantly, the feel any Arsenal fan gets when seeing the leaked images above will instantly teleport you back to 2005-06 when the Gunners were embarking on their final season at Highbury before switching house to the Emirates.

Adidas reveal Arsenal throwback look for 2021-22 Teamgeist kit

Arsenal’s Robert Pires tries to pass the ball to Thierry Henry from the penalty spot (Photo by Jon Buckle – PA Images via Getty Images)

O2 was the main short sponsor, Thierry Henry, Robert Pires, Dennis Bergkamp, and Cesc Fabregas were all still adored beyond measure, and the club was still amongst the elite in the European game while reaching the final of the Champions League.

It may seem silly to some, but during frustrating times like these for a club that has fallen well away of where many feel it has the right to belong, any connection to happier times of the past will undoubtedly go over incredibly well with a fanbase that is increasingly disconnected in many respects.

Adidas will likely have a fan-favorite with this one.

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