Arsenal unveil new jersey…20th anniversary edition of ‘Winning Unbeaten’

Arsenal’s 23-24 kit unveiled…”a continuation of the 03-04 season”

[Sporting News] English Premier League side Arsenal unveiled their kit for next season on Saturday (July 26).

More than 300 supporters and staff attended the unveiling at the Emirates Stadium, with recent Arsenal signing Xhaka modeling the new kit.

“Celebrating the 20th anniversary of our unbeaten Premier League season in 2003-04, the new kit reflects the spirit of that team,” said Arsenal, “featuring the Arsenal club and shirt sponsor Adidas logos in gold on the shoulder tricolor and the record of 26 wins and 12 draws from 38 games in that historic season on the side of the shirt.”

Arsenal won the 2003-04 season under Arsène Wenger, finishing unbeaten with 26 wins, 12 draws and 90 points from 38 games.

“Twenty years on from that remarkable achievement, we aim to carry on the values, spirit and cohesion of the 2003-04 squad,” he added.

“We are in this together,” said Saka, who modeled the jersey, “The support we have received from our supporters, family, colleagues and friends around the world this season, both at home and away, has been tremendous. I am excited to wear this jersey next season. It is very powerful 메이저놀이터 to know that our teammates, supporters and friends are leading us. We are stronger when we move forward together.”

Arsenal’s new kit will be debuted by the Arsenal Women’s team. The Arsenal Women’s team will wear their new kit in their final game of the season against Aston Villa Women’s.

Arsenal will wear their new kit for the final time when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium on April 28.

Arsenal spent 248 days at the top of the Premier League table this season, the longest in the league’s history, and were hoping to win the title for the first time in 19 years after the 2003-04 season, but a late-season slump saw them cede the title to Manchester City.

However, by finishing the season in second place, the club secured a spot in next season’s UEFA Champions League. Arsenal’s last appearance in the Champions League was in the 2016-17 season, seven years ago.

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