JD Football | August 18, 2023

New For 2023/24: Arsenal Third Kit

The Gunners have kicked off the new season in fine fashion, already lifting the FA Community Shield. Could that be the first sign of more silverware this campaign?

After adidas dropped the club’s modern take on the home strip and the head-turning away strip, now’s the time for the third shirt – and it’s a thing of beauty!


Nodding back to a design from over 40 years ago, the Arsenal third kit drops in men’s, women’s and kids’ sizing. See what it’s all about below. ⬇


Inspired by ‘82

In a season where Arsenal finished 10th in the first division, Terry Neil’s side went on the road in an iconic green and navy colour block design.


Now under the watchful eye of Mikel Arteta, last year’s Premier League runners up will step out in a reimagined version of that classic kit.


Staying true to the original, the Rich Green body pairs with Collegiate Navy on the raglan-cut, short sleeves.


It features a tonal diagonal dash print across the shirt, with a single-button Henley collar, ribbed trims and a droptail hem to finish the fit.


As adidas’ 3-Stripes run down the shoulders, the Performance logo and the legendary Cannon crest are embroidered to the chest for a vintage feel, while the AFC motif – last seen on the ‘90/91 home shirt – hits the left side of the collar.


Want to complete the kit? The shirt matches up with Collegiate Navy shorts.

Built to Last

Getting you ready to support them across the country and Europe, the shirt and shorts are made with 100% recycled materials for a super-smooth feel against the skin.


Adding the brand’s signature AEROREADY tech the design, the sweat-wicking fabric combines with mesh inserts to keep you feeling dry and comfy from the pitch to the stands.



What do you think, Gunners fans? We’re seriously feeling this one! Cop the Arsenal FC 2023/24 third kit right here.


For more kit drops, big game previews and transfer window talk, check out our dedicated football page on the blog.

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