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Arsenal Release Puma Kit Trilogy For 2014/15 Season

New Arsenal Kits

It seems there is a new dawn rising at the Emirates Stadium! In one day, Arsenal announced the huge signing of Chile international Alexis Sanchez as well as releasing their first set of jerseys with new kit sponsor PUMA. The release event for the 2014/2015 kits took place in London, as Puma showcased them through an incredible heart-stopping 20 meter high water projection on the River Thames (check out the video below to experience it).

Three kits were released in total (Home, Away and 3rd) with the fresh trilogy set featuring unique designs inspired by values identified as being the “foundation” of Arsenal FC – Future, Forever, Victorious.

Arsenal Future

The Future kit will be worn by Arsenal during away games in Cup competitions. The blue and lime green kit symbolizes the desire for innovation and progression that has been key to the number of “firsts” Arsenal has contributed to the football game.

The Forever kit is the traditional home featuring the historic red and white Arsenal colors, first appearing on pitch in 1933. This is a kit inspired by the strong and loyal fan base that has been part of the heart of the team since its beginning.

Finally, the Victorious kit features a yellow and navy blue  design and will be the go to away game shirt. This has been linked to incredible Gunner moments away from the home stadium.

The Home and Away replica kits and a full range of fan wear are available for fans to purchase now online at puma.com as well as soccer.com. The Cup kit (or the Future kit) will launch in-store and online on 8/14. 

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