Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Alexis Sanchez & Mesut Ozil Feature In Arsenal 2017-18 Home Kit Launch

Arsenal unveiled their new home shirts during an event at Kings Cross Station on Wednesday mornin
Giroud takes a shot
Arsenal have launched their new home kit for the 2017/18 season in a live activation event at King’s Cross Station in London.

The kit is of course in Arsenal’s traditional red and white whites, and features a small collar.
The Gunners launched their new look with a living room scene, with the FA Cup front and centre alongside players and fans
The Gunners launched their new look with a living room scene, with the FA Cup front and centre alongside players and fans
Petr Cech showed off his new look, with the goalkeeper kit including two tones of green
The Gunners' new red home shirt again includes the Fly Emirates sponsorship logo, as it has since 2006
The famous red home shirt has white sleeves once again as well as the cannon logo on the reverse of the jerseys
Spanish full-back Monreal, pictured showing off Arsenal's new kit will bringing the ball down in the air
Hector Bellerin, Olivier Giroud, and Nacho Monreal were among the players who modelled the kit, but what will be more exciting for Arsenal fans is the presence of two players in the official kit promos: Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
Fans attending the event were able to have their photo taken with the FA Cup, won by the club at Wembley in May
Fans attending the event were able to have their photo taken with the FA Cup, won by the club at Wembley in May
Former Arsenal player Martin Keown (c) on stage to help introduce the new kit to fans at Kings Cross Station
Former Arsenal player Martin Keown (c) on stage to help introduce the new kit to fans at Kings Cross Station
French striker Giroud takes a look at the new Arsenal jersey, which he is set to wear for the club next season
Hundreds of fans attended an 'activation' event for the new Arsenal shirt at Kings Cross Station in central London

Giroud, Nacho Monreal (left) and Hector Bellerin (right) show off Arsenal's new home kit which is again made by Puma
Sanchez and Ozil are both entering the final season of their contracts, so will they ever wear Arsenal's new kit in a match?
Ozil took part in the photo shoot
Bellerin goes for a dribble, wearing Arsenal's new kit
Although both players’ futures at the club are in doubt, being part of the kit launch is an indication that both could be set to stay.

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