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New Arsenal 2024/25 third kit leaked with dazzling colour and controversial badge decision

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New images of the possible Arsenal third shirt for the 2024/25 season have emerged as the club moves closer to sporting their new kits during the tour of America. Although so far the only top officially released has been the red home shirt, we are closing in on learning which other designs have been selected.

The away kit is expected to be mainly black with striking logo changes including a green Adidas badge and salmon pink Gunners emblem. As with the home top, the two logos both look be bigger than in previous years whilst the club crest will have a retro feel to it as well, ditching the badge outline, instead just being a cannon.

There has been a long wait for more evidence of the third kit to be released, though, with this often being the most outlandish version. Suggestions so far have been that Arsenal's third kit - which was bright neon yellow/green in 2023/24 - will be a mixture of cyan, lavender, and light blue.

Previous concepts and leaks had shown a striped top similar to that of an Argentina home shirt. However, FootyHeadlines has revealed yet more details about the third kit.

With new images of a physical version of the kit showing a wavy and colourful pattern with a sky blue/cyan base but light purple swirls, the final design appears to have been settled on. Mock kits have been created to visualise the patterns, but the fresh physical version of the kit takes it one step closer now.

The main difference with the images is that the Adidas logo itself is a throwback rather than the typical three-stripe look. The unique colourway still stands out, though.

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It follows a mixed reception to the home kit release last month. Arsenal will don their new sportswear in just over six weeks in USA, where they debuted the kits last season as well.