When Arsenal 2024/25 kit could be released amid 'leaked' designs and club crest change

A detailed view of an Arsenal jersey inside the Arsenal dressing room prior to the UEFA Champions League match between Arsenal FC and Sevilla FC at Emirates Stadium on November 08, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal's home, away and third kits for the 2024/25 season are well in the works with regular design leaks emerging before the official release date.

The traditional red and white strip will undoubtedly remain as the colours Arsenal wear at the Emirates Stadium, however there is one distinct change. In every leak thus far, the club crest has been replaced by the modernised cannon badge which has already been present in the other kits.

Turning attention to the colours the Gunners will wear on their travels, a slick black strip which includes shades of green and red, looks set to replace the vibrant green and black from this season.

As for the leaked third kit that has emerged, the Gunners look set to don a light blue shade with purple down the sides for fixtures when colour clashes are likely.

Despite the current season still ongoing, excitement for the upcoming few months is clear with transfer rumours likely to dominate headlines. Alongside that, clubs will be releasing their kits for the upcoming season with Liverpool's announced on Thursday.

More often than not the end of May, close to the completion of the current season, signals the release date with Arsenal's from last season made official to the public on May 26. In the meantime, it is a waiting game with numerous leaks continuing to emerge that may gradually get closer to what will be released.

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In anticipation of the kit being released and to build hype, clubs sometimes wear the soon-to-be released strips on the final day of the season. And that date could be a historic one with the Gunners vying for the title against Manchester City with hope they could win the league against Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, May 19.