Arsenal reveal 125th anniversary away kit
Tuesday 28 June 2011
The Gunners have revealed their new away kit, available to pre-order today, which captures the history of Arsenal Football Club. The new away shirt features a specially designed crest to highlight the proud origins of the Club 125 years ago.
The new away kit is made from Nike’s ground-breaking recycled polyester, which this season for the first time includes both the shirt and shorts. Each complete kit is made up of up to 13 reclaimed plastic water bottles.
Click on the image to view the new away kit
The celebratory badge design features 15 laurel leaves to the left side of the Club's crest to reflect the detail on the reverse of the sixpence pieces paid by 15 men to establish the Club in Woolwich in 1886.
The away shorts are navy blue, as are the socks, which have the year of Arsenal’s foundation - 1886 - printed in white on the back of each calf.
For more information on the kit and the Club's 125th anniversary activities, visit www.Arsenal.com
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