Every Arsenal away and third kit leaked so far as supporters await final designs

Excitement over the new season is already building for Arsenal supporters despite the 2023/24 campaign only ending ten days ago.

The Gunners narrowly missed out on the Premier League title to Manchester City, though are undoubtedly heading in the right direction under Mikel Arteta and will back themselves to be challenging for top spot again next year.

Edu Gaspar and Arteta will spend the next few weeks working on bringing transfer targets to Emirates Stadium before returning to league action in August.

One of the few certainties for the new season is the home kit the Gunners will be wearing, having been released earlier this month. The red strip was correctly called on social media weeks in advance, having been leaked, though it remains to be seen whether or not predictions made for the away and third kits will come true.

Few designs of the away shirt have emerged online, with only two black mock-ups doing the rounds. The first features the club's modernised club crest in red, along with the adidas and Emirates sponsor. The second sees a return to the standalone cannon crest, with hints of green, white and red on the shirt.

There have been far more third kit ideas, which have each consisted of a main colour of light blue with patches of purple elsewhere. The latest leak has caused controversy among supporters due to its bold design, consisting of turquoise and purple stripes.

Prior to this, a separate turquoise design with purple only down the sides of the shirt appeared to be popular among fans but appears to be less likely than the abovementioned strip to qualify as the club's official kit.

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Arsenal switched their kit supplier to adidas ahead of the 2019/20 season, having previously been in a partnership with Puma. It is believed this change was worth £300million to the club over a five-year period. In September 2022, the Gunners extended their relationship with the German company until 2030 to bring in an additional £120m.