Buy the new Arsenal FC kit online now. Whether you’re looking for the Arsenal home, away, or third shirt, you’ll find them all right here. You’ll even find official Arsenal printed shirts, retro shirts, and training tops.
So, don’t hang around – show your support for the Gunners and order the latest Arsenal merchandise now.
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List of Arsenal football shirts and merchandise
€ 110.00Arsenal adidas Third Authentic Shirt 2023-24
€ 110.00Arsenal adidas Home Shirt 2023-24 - Long Sleeve
€ 90.00Arsenal adidas Third Lifestyler Shirt 2023-24
€ 90.00Arsenal adidas Away Shirt 2023-24
€ 80.00Arsenal adidas Away Shirt 2023-24 - Womens
€ 80.00Arsenal adidas Home Shirt 2023-24
€ 80.00Arsenal adidas Home Shirt 2023-24 - Womens
€ 80.00Arsenal adidas Third Shirt 2023-24
€ 80.00Arsenal adidas Third Shirt 2023-24 - Womens
€ 80.00Arsenal Home Goalkeeper Shirt 2022-23
€ 75.00Arsenal Home Shirt 2022-23 - Long Sleeve
€ 75.00Arsenal adidas Home Goalkeeper Shirt 2023-24 - Long Sleeve - Kids
€ 60.00Arsenal adidas Away Shirt 2023-24 - Kids
€ 55.00Arsenal adidas Home Shirt 2023-24 - Kids
€ 55.00Arsenal adidas Third Shirt 2023-24 - Kids
€ 55.00Arsenal adidas Away Minikit 2023-24
€ 50.00Arsenal adidas Third Minikit 2023-24
€ 50.00Arsenal Home Shirt 2022-23 - Kids
€ 50.00Arsenal Home Minikit 2022-23
€ 45.00Arsenal adidas Home Babykit 2023-24
€ 40.00Arsenal adidas Away Shorts 2023-24
€ 38.00Arsenal adidas Home Goalkeeper Shorts 2023-24
€ 38.00Arsenal adidas Home Shorts 2023-24
About Arsenal Football Club
Arsenal FC are the most successful London-based club and one of the most successful football teams in England.
Their last title-winning season was in 2003/2004 when they became the first club in EPL history to go through the thirty-eight matches of an entire season unbeaten.
Also, the Gunners hold the record for the longest streak in the English top flight, having avoided relegation since 1913.
Throughout the years, they’ve had some of the best players to ever play in the Premier League, including the club’s record goalscorer, Thierry Henry, and Dutch superstar Dennis Bergkamp.
The team play their home matches at Emirates Stadium in North London – a purpose-built stadium which opened in 2006 and holds just over 60,000 supporters.
Arsenal FC Home Shirt
Since 1933, the team has played in bold red shirts with white sleeves. They were introduced by the club’s legendary manager, Herbert Chapman.
Before this, the home shirt was a darker shade of red, known as redcurrant. To commemorate the club’s final season at its former stadium, Highbury, the team wore redcurrant shirts again for the 2005/2006 campaign.
Arsenal FC Away & Third Shirts
Arsenal’s away shirts and third shirts have varied significantly throughout the club’s history, but the most common away kit has been a yellow shirt with blue trim and blue shorts.
This was the kit that the club wore in their FA Cup final victory over Liverpool in 1971, which secured their first League and Cup double.
Since then, the kit designers have experimented with various colours and patterns, many of which have been influenced by the club’s prestigious history. For example, the club’s white away shirt in 2020/2021 was based on the iconic marble halls at Highbury.
Arsenal FC Shirt History
Since Arsenal’s first replica shirts went on sale, the club have only had four kit manufacturers.
When Umbro’s long-standing partnership ended in 1986, the Gunners went on to wear Adidas shirts for the next eight years.
In 1994, Nike began to produce the club’s kit and training wear, and during their 20-year association, the Gunners had the most successful spell in their history, winning three Premier League titles and five FA Cups.
German sportswear giants, Puma, took over in 2014 before being replaced in 2019 by Adidas for their second spell with the club.
Arsenal’s partnerships with their shirt sponsors have been equally loyal, with just four companies adorning the club’s shirts since first appearing in 1981.
Electronics company JVC were the club’s principal shirt sponsor from 1981 to 1999 before gaming giant Sega took over between 1999 and 2002. Their Dreamcast logo appeared on the home shirts and the Sega logo on the away shirts.
Between 2002 and 2006, mobile phone provider O2 took over the shirt sponsorship, and in 2006 the airline Emirates first appeared on the team’s shirts as part of a joint sponsorship deal which included naming rights to the club’s stadium.
Arsenal FC Training Kit
You can purchase a variety of Arsenal training gear, from tracksuits and t-shirts to polo shirts and hoodies.