June 27, 2022
Manchester City and Arsenal launch new kits for next season.  paying off!  |  english football

Manchester City and Arsenal launch new kits for next season. paying off! | english football

The Premier League still has another round in 2021/22, but two English teams have already released their kits for next season. Manchester And Arsenal Thursday announced the equipment they will use in 2022/23, with different types of honors.

The first release of the City shirt is a tribute to former player Colin Bell, one of the greatest idols in the club’s history, who passed away in 2021. The shirt is inspired by the teams that defended City between 1967 and 1971, in a generation that won a European championship. The nickname, which is the old European Cup nickname – and Bale is marked as a reference.

The new City kit will be in a dark brown color – Photo: Disclosure / Manchester City

Most noticeable is the brown detailing on the sleeves and collar, which lends a different style to an outfit that usually brings only traditional light blue and white. There is a crown on the inside on the inside, a nod to Colin Bell’s nickname: “The King.”

Manchester City kit for the 2022/23 season – Photo: Disclosure / Manchester City

Arsenal In harmony with society

The ArsenalHe, in turn, chose to strengthen the club’s relationship with the North London community as the theme for the group’s launch. £5 will be donated for each jersey sold in the club’s official stores Arsenalthat support local initiatives.

The launch video shows several players in some places receiving support from the club in the area – especially Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli, who will become No. 11, at the Yoga Center.

The shirt features a no-nonsense design, emphasizing the most classic style with a white, red lightning bolt polo collar. It will be used for the first time next Sunday, when the team faces Everton in the last round of the English Premier League.

Gabriel Martinelli will wear the number 11 shirt from 2022/23 – Photo: Disclosure / Arsenal

Saka in the new Arsenal uniform – Photo: Disclosure / Arsenal