Arsenal and adidas have revealed the London club’s home jersey for the 2020/21 season, celebrating the team’s Art Deco period in the ’30s and ’40s. The inspiration comes from a geometric crest used by the club between 1936 and 1949, which has been reinterpreted into an all-over chevron graphic.
As well as referencing this era, the chevron graphic is also a nod to the marble floors in the East Stand at Highbury, where Arsenal played until moving to the Emirates Stadium in 2006. Other details include a back neck graphic referencing the original crest, and a darker shade of red used to celebrate the club’s heritage.
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