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Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for the 2022/23 season, with £5 from every new home shirt you buy through Arsenal Direct going to The Arsenal Foundation.

The home shirt features a striking new collar with a lightning bolt design. The shirt, in iconic Arsenal red, will be paired with white shorts, while the red socks will have a white lightning bolt pattern running horizontally across them.

The Arsenal range provides superior comfort whether you’re walking down the street or running down the wing. The moisture-absorbing fabric keeps you dry, whilst the vibrant colours keep you looking fly.

The Authentic shirt is the best for you, with its performance fit and cooling “HEAT.RDY” technology. The lightweight heat-applied details, like the club badge, finish the look in style.

The new adidas home kit will be worn on the pitch for the first time in Arsenal’s final game of the season on Sunday, May 22, against Everton.

“We’re extremely proud of the work we’ve been doing to bring our community together and support the lives of people in our local area for more than 35 years,” said Freddie Hudson, Head of Arsenal in the Community.

“People are the heartbeat of our community and the £5 donation from our home shirt sales will provide vital support for the local projects that serve our diverse community in north London so well.

“The last couple of years have been especially tough and the impact continues to be felt, but it’s amazing what we can achieve when we all come together to support each other.

“We continue to draw inspiration from those who make the Arsenal family so special, and we’re thrilled to be able to give a little back in this unique way.”

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