Arsenal unveils new workout gear

Arsenal unveils new workout gear

With a subtle homage to the team of unbeaten Invincibles, Arsenal has introduced a new training top. The last Arsenal team to win the Premier League is commemorated in a subtle feature on the sweatshirt.

After a convincing win over rival North London club Spurs, Arsenal is currently atop the Premier League standings, and its supporters are nervously dreaming of their first championship since the undefeated squad of 2022–23.

Arsene Wenger’s team from 19 years ago receives a subtle homage in the club’s new training line, which features the iconic Adidas stripes in the French flag’s red, white, and blue colors.

The colours could be a nod to the large number of French players who led Arsenal to the title in 2004 including captain Patrick Vieira, Robert Pirès, Sylvain Wiltord. Thierry Henry and Jérémie Aliadière.

While the current Arsenal squad boasts just one French player in William Saliba the new hoodie could be a celebration of the club’s French heritage when it comes to bringing home the Premier League title.

The £75 training hoodie fittingly used French terry fabric and features a gold Arsenal badge and Adidas logo on the front, and the word Arsenal on the back. It is on sale for fans to buy now.

The hoodie is one of several new training tops launched by Arsenal this week. The club has also released a ‘calligraphy’ range to celebrate the Lunar New Year and it includes a re-imagining of the Arsenal badge using Chinese-style calligraphy. The calligraphy-style A badge is featured on an entire new range of training wear in time for the Chinese New Year.

The training range features Chinese-style lettering and an Arsenal badge in the style of Chinese calligraphy. The range includes a £120 bomber jacket and a £75 hoodie, £65 pants and a £45 t-shirt.

Arsenal is offering members 10% off the new training range and free delivery on orders over £100. You can see the range here.

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