ARSENAL’S home kit for 2018/19 features a fresh design for the new season, with stripes on the sleeves and a geometric pattern above the Fly Emirates logo.
And if you’re keen to snap up the new design, we’ve checked around the web to see where you can buy it the cheapest.
The Gunners go into the 2018/19 season full of hope, with a host of new players, including Uruguayan defensive midfielder Lucas Torreira joining last seasons’ star signings including Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang.
And they’ll be coached by former PSG manager Unai Emery in their first season without Arsene Wenger at the helm in 22 years.
So if you want to mark the changing of eras by buying a new kit, we’ve got you covered.
The cheapest we’ve seen Arsenal’s strip – albeit marginally – is at Sports Direct at £54.99.
However, both Puma’s official store and Arsenal Direct have the new home jersey at £55, so you’ve got plenty of options to buy the shirt if one source sells out.
After that, Kitbag and JD Sports are stocking the home shirt for £60.
- Arsenal home shirt – £54.99 from Sports Direct – buy here
- Arsenal home shirt – £55 from Arsenal Direct – buy here
- Arsenal home shirt – £55 from Puma – buy here
- Arsenal home shirt – £60 from Kitbag – buy here
- Arsenal home shirt – £60 from JD Sports – buy here
The design team at Arsenal has also given the away kit a radical overhaul, with a fresh blue strip replacing the black shirt from last season.
The prices remain the same as the home kits though and you can buy them at the retailers below.
- Arsenal away shirt – £54.99 from Sports Direct – buy here
- Arsenal away shirt – £55 from Arsenal Direct – buy here
- Arsenal away shirt – £55 from Puma – buy here
- Arsenal away shirt – £60 from Kitbag – buy here
Arsenal away shirt – £60 from JD Sports – buy here
For a complete run-down of the kits on show in the 2018/19 Premier League season, head here.
We’ve listed home, away and third kits from Arsenal through to Wolves – so you’ll know exactly who’s wearing what…even on match-days when the kit choice seems a little bit bizarre.