Arsenal unveil new home kit for 2024/25 season

  • Arsenal drop adidas home kit for 2024/25 campaign
  • Shirt to feature trademark cannon instead of full crest
  • Kit to to debuted this weekend by women's team
Arsenal are returning to a classic look
Arsenal are returning to a classic look / Arsenal FC / adidas

Arsenal have revealed their new adidas home kit ahead of the 2024/25 season.

The Gunners have returned to a classic look and have made a noticeable design change to their home strip, removing the full shield crest and instead only displaying their trademark cannon.

An Arsenal home kit has not featured the cannon instead of the club badge since the 1989/90 season, though recent away and third kits have sported this design choice.

A press release said the cannon 'represents an enduring symbol of Arsenal's history
which has been synonymous with the club since its inception'. This switch to the cannon across all three kits will last for only one season.

The usual red base of the shirt will be accompanied by rounded white panels on the sides and shoulders, while the three adidas stripes will be coloured navy blue, similar to the club's home kit for the 2021/22 campaign.

The cannon returns to the home shirt for one season only
The cannon returns to the home shirt for one season only / Arsenal FC / adidas

Men's team forward Gabriel Martinelli said in a statement: "Since joining Arsenal, it has been clear to me how important the cannon is, to this great club and our supporters. It epitomises our spirit and we're excited to wear it on the pitch with pride next season."

Women's team striker Alessia Russo added: "I love the simplicity of this new kit - giving the cannon space to shine. We know how much it means to the supporters - so to have it front and centre of our home kit will fill us with confidence every time we step foot on the pitch."

Russo and her teammates will be the first players to don the new shirt in action during Arsenal's final WSL game of the season on Saturday 18 May. The Gunners take on Brighton & Hove Albion at Meadow Park - their last game at Borehamwood before the Emirates Stadium becomes the main home of the women's team.