Arsenal to release maroon Highbury Farewell jersey later this year



Arsenal to release maroon Highbury Farewell jersey later this year




Premier League giants Arsenal are set to unveil yet another kit towards the end of 2021, it has been confirmed.

Arteta and co. struggling

The general atmosphere surrounding all things Arsenal over the last couple of weeks has of course been one of tension and negativity.

This comes with Mikel Arteta’s men having endured nothing short of a nightmare opening to the new campaign.

First up came a trip to newly promoted Brentford, with the Bees having ultimately made short work of the short-handed Gunners, en route to a deserved 2-0 victory.

And a similar result was then forthcoming on Sunday.

Arsenal welcomed capital rivals Chelsea to the Emirates, with a matchday squad sans the talents of all of Gabriel Magalhaes, Ben White, Thomas Partey, Martin Odegaard and Alexandre Lacazette having been comfortably dispatched of by the ruthless Champions League holders.

Arsenal, in turn, sit in the Premier League’s relegation zone, having failed to get a point on the board, whilst in possession of a -4 goal difference.

Adidas reminisce

As such, it goes without saying that all on the red half of North London could do with something of a lift, amid a testing period for the club.

And, on Monday, such a boost, for the Gunners faithful at least, has been forthcoming.

As revealed by the reliable Footy Headlines, Arsenal’s kit manufacturer, Adidas, are currently in the process of putting together a highly anticipated new line of clothing.

The line in question will see fonder memories of years gone by taken centre stage, in the form of a 2006 throwback kit, woven jacket, crew sweat and crew tee.

The jersey, currently under construction, is expected to be reminiscent of Arsenal’s beloved Highbury Farewell design, donned by Arsene Wenger’s men during the 2005/6 campaign.

Arsenal to release maroon Highbury Farewell jersey later this year

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)

A release date of November or December of this year is touted for the ‘Tango collection’, which will feature a ‘noble maroon’ base, accompanied by ‘metallic gold’ detailing.


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