Arsenal confirm official date of new home kit release and will wear it for final match of the season at home to Everton

ARSENAL have confirmed their new home kit will go on sale later this month.

And the Gunners will wear it for the first time on the final day of the season against Everton.


Club director Josh Kroenke made the declaration during the Arsenal Fans’ Forum at Highbury House on Tuesday.

The Gunners' new home jersey will be available for purchase from May 19.

The shirt is inspired by Arsenal’s classic top from the mid-1990s.

And it includes a polo collar, plus a lightning zig-zag design.

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Arsenal fans will get their first glimpse of it on the players on May 22, when they host Everton at the Emirates.

Also discussed at the meeting were plans for safe standing, as well as the season ticket waiting list and a potential tour of Australia in 2023.

Arsenal are currently battling rivals Tottenham for the final Champions League spot in the table.

But regardless of the outcome, Kroenke believes the campaign has been a success.

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He declared: “It’s been a rollercoaster of a season. I say that with a smile on my face.

"To think back to where we were after three matches, Mikel and the team have done an amazing job stabilising the ship.

“We always knew we had a very talented young bunch that would take a little time to gel and come together.

"We’re really optimistic we can achieve the top four and Champions League qualification, which would be a great accomplishment with this young team.

“The solid foundation that Mikel has laid has really shown for the last three matches in particular when our backs were against the wall.

“I want to thank you guys for sticking with us through all the ups and downs. The support home and away has been unbelievable.

We’re really optimistic we can achieve the top four and Champions League qualification, which would be a great accomplishment with this young team.

“I hoped to see the fan base uniting behind Mikel and a young bunch. I can feel and hear a whole new level of connection that’s going on around the club.

“It makes a real difference, especially for the young players, and we all want the same thing which is to be back at the top competing for the biggest trophies.

“We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us. We have plans in place to continue to strengthen the squad. Now having match day revenue back and having fans in the stadium has been great.

“We continue to provide whatever support we can for Mikel and continue to push the squad forward to achieve our goals.

“It’s really exciting to see the women’s team coming along as well. Arsenal continue to be at the forefront of that.

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“It’s great to see our team pushing for the league title. We’re investing in new buildings for the women’s team, more matches to be played at the Emirates.

“A lot of positives, and I’m really excited to see in particular how we can finish our Champions League push on the men’s side. Thank you to everybody for your support.”

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