New Arsenal 2014/15 shirt: Arsenal Ladies wear Puma kit for first time
The shirt will be officially unveiled on Thursday
Arsenal Ladies made club history on Sunday by wearing a Puma shirt for the first time.
The side wore the strip on Sunday for their Continental Cup match against Chelsea at Boreham Wood, which Arsenal won 3-0 thanks to a double from Kelly Smith and one from Shinobu Ohno.
The club say that it was a "special, bespoke kit" for the match, but it does appear to look exactly the same as some of the leaked images of the men's ones which have been doing the rounds.
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The men's kit will be officially unveiled on Thursday, and will be the first from Puma after replacing Nike as the club's kit manufacturers. The German sports brand signed a 10-year deal with the club, ending Nike's 20-year association.
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