Arsenal and adidas' Second "No More Red" Collection Continues to Stand Against Youth Violence

The jersey will not be available commercially.

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In 2023, Arsenal and adidas enter the fourth year of their lengthy kit partnership and will continue the collaborative initiative with a second “No More Red” collection. Initially launched in early 2022, the program aims to tackle issues of knife crime across the U.K.

The duo previously focused on investing and refurbishing safe spaces to play football in London while also launching a mentorship program with several industry creatives, such as Ian Wright and Reuben Dangoor. In 2023, Arsenal and adidas will expand their horizons by giving the public a chance to contribute to a good cause with adidas’ local charity partners.

Once again, the pairing has crafted a “No More Red” football jersey that replaces Arsenal’s team red hue with a tonal white design. Everyone can participate, and each charity volunteer will receive their own collaborative kit and be invited to watch Arsenal play at London’s Emirates Stadium later this year.

Take a closer look at the Arsenal x adidas “No More Red” jersey in the gallery above. To get involved, visit the Arsenal website for more information.

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