ARSENAL and Adidas have teamed up again ahead of the festive season by re-issuing the iconic 1993-94 kit.
The duo returned to the 90s in 2019 after relaunching the 1991-93 ‘Bruised Banana’ away kit to the delight of fans.
And they did the same last year after remastering the Gunners’ 1992 home shirt.
This Christmas is no different as the popular ‘bumblebee’ strip is back available to buy as part of the Adidas x Arsenal collection.
As well as the yellow and dark blue kit – notable for its diagonal stripes, old-school Arsenal crest and Adidas EQT logo – the collection also includes a sweatshirt, zip-up jacket and t-shirt.
Arsenal released a promotional video for the new lineup, with the likes of Bukayo Saka, Kieran Tierney, Aaron Ramsdale, Emile Smith Rowe and club legend Ian Wright.
Commenting on the collection, Wright said: “I have incredible memories of playing in the Adidas EQT jersey during the 93-94 season.
“And it’s great to celebrate this era with such a comprehensive and appropriate collection.
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“The lineup has all the classics and we had a great time on set playing our different roles.
“I even had to remind some of the lads and ladies in the first team that we won the Cup Winners’ Cup that season, so now that it’s back we have to win something!”
Those wishing to purchase any of the items will have to wait until December 13 when they will be available on the official Adidas and Arsenal websites.
Arsenal wore the jackets as they prepared for the 3-0 win over Southampton at the Emirates on Saturday.
Fans are loving the new collection, with social media sent into a meltdown after the release.
Commenting on the kit, one user tweeted, “God these retro kits are sexy.”
Another posted: “Damn Arsenal you kill with all those retro kits. My bank account doesn’t look healthy.”
A third added: “This new Arsenal retro kit is too good.”
This supporter posted: “Oh goddamn it… take my money.”
Meanwhile, one simply said: ‘Arsenal retro outfits will ruin my finances again.
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