Puma unveils Arsenal’s 2018/19 season home jersey

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Puma unveils Arsenal’s 2018/19 season home jersey

Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Photo: AFP)

German sportswear giants Puma have unveiled Arsenal’s 2018/19 home jersey, which is available for pre-order immediately and will be on sale Friday, June 1.

As is the case with most high-profile football clubs, there are two variants available for sale.

The first, which is the ‘authentic’ one and will be worn by the players, is priced at a steep £100.

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The second, which is the ‘replica’, will cost you £55.


Arsenal will be pairing their home jersey with white shorts, which will set you back by £25 (all prices as per the Arsenal web store).

“The shirt sports a unique “pulse” design across the chest. The accompanying shorts are white with a red band along the top and the socks are white with the black PUMA cat on the front and have a red fold over top,” a statement on the club site read.

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“The kit was created using a seamless evoKNIT that provides a lightweight ‘second skin’ feel, designed to move in harmony with the player’s movements,” the statement added.

Arsenal, who are currently manager-less, will hope the new jersey proves to be a lucky one as they aim to start the first season of the post-Arsene Wenger era on a good note.

Mikel Arteta was the favourite to replace the long-serving Frenchman, but if recent reports are to be believed, former Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery is on the verge of agreeing a deal  with the North Londoners.

Either way, the Gunners are expected to make an official announcement regarding their next manager by the next week, at the latest.