Date: 13th July 2021 at 10:45am
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Journalist Charles Watts has recently talked about Arsenal’s home kit launch for the 2021/22 season.

Watts was talking about many things involving Arsenal when he appeared on the latest edition of his show, one such matter he talked about was the kits that the Gunners will be wearing in their upcoming pre-season friendlies in Scotland.

The Gunners face Premiership side Hibernian and then face Steven Gerrard’s Rangers. Following that, Mikel ’s men will head to the United States to take on Inter Milan and one of Everton or Millonarios in the Florida Cup (as per Football.London).

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Watts stated that the Gunners will play in their home kit against the Gers and the kit launch could well happen at the end of the current week.

He stated (9:23): “Bit of news about the new home kit, Arsenal will be wearing the away kit against Hibs on Tuesday.

“But the new home kit, I understand, Arsenal will be playing in for the first time on Saturday. That kit will be launched at the end of this week, Friday, I believe, the official launch kit with Adidas for the new home kit and then they’ll be wearing it against Rangers for the first time.”

TIF Thoughts on Arsenal’s home kit…

Footy Headlines recently leaked the design of the home kit for Arsenal for the upcoming campaign and the jersey was spotted for sale in Australia and Saudi Arabia. The jersey dons a new look and it has side panels and it looks similar to one of the jerseys during the early stages of Thierry Henry’s time at the club.

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Since this is a fresh look, Arsenal fans may take a while to get used to the new design. But since it may remind them of an era gone by, the fans would certainly hope for a successful 2021/22 campaign under Mikel Arteta.

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