First pictures: Arsenal unveil bold new pink third kit featuring 1940s throwback

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Arsenal have unveiled their striking new third kit as the new Premier League season looms, with the Gunners adopting a pink look for the 2022/23 campaign.

The fresh and bold adidas design is pink with blue and navy trim, navy shorts and pink socks, with the shirt featuring an ermine pattern that is a throwback to the Arsenal crest of the late 1940s.

The Gunners will don the strip for the first time next Friday night (August 5), when they kick off the new top-flight season away against London rivals Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

Arsenal finished last season in their new take on the classic red and white home design, with £5 from the sale of those shirts before the new term going directly to the Arsenal Foundation to support local community initiatives.

Their new away kit was then released earlier this month, a striking all-black effort with bronze trim and an all-over AFC graphic.

“We’ve already had two very nice kits this summer, with our home and away kit,” said Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe. “I like this kit a lot – it’s a fresh colour for Arsenal, and I hope the fans like it.”

Click through the gallery above to see the first pictures of Arsenal’s newest kit!

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