Arsenal 2015/16 home shirt: Thierry Henry, Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck and 1,000 Gunners reveal Puma kit for next season

Shirt features a grandad collar plus gold piping

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More than 1,000 Arsenal fans turned up at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night as the club revealed their new kit for next season.

The Puma shirt is the classic red and white, first used in 1933, and features a grandad collar with gold trim.

Five first-team players - Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck, Tomas Rosicky, Nacho Monral and Hector Bellerin - were at the stadium along with club legend Thierry Henry and DJ Gilles Peterson.

"Our fans are incredible and play a really big role in our performance and motivation, Cazorla told the Arsenal club website.

"Being at the Emirates this evening and seeing so many of them chanting and supporting us was really great.

"There was so much passion in the crowd, it reminds us how lucky we are to have these supporters.

"The kit has a lovely design, classic like an Arsenal kit should be with some very nice design features."