New Arsenal kit marks 20-year anniversary of Invincibles campaign
Arsenal have unveiled their new home shirt for 2023-24, marking the 20th anniversary of their Invincibles campaign.
The kit pays homage to the jersey worn during that iconic title-winning season in 2003-04, when the North Londoners went 38 Premier League matches without defeat under Arsene Wenger.
Designed by adidas, it features a new shade of striking red offset with a white sleeve and lightning bolt pattern flowing vertically.
The club crest, adidas logo and three stripes down each sleeve feature in gold while the team's record of 26 wins and 12 draws in that historic season is etched into the side.
Invincibles midfielder Ray Parlour, 50, said: "Playing in that season 20 years ago, surrounded by so many wonderful players, is something I will never forget.
"And it is great to see we are celebrating our club history by bringing out this new home shirt — something I think all the supporters will truly love."
The new kit will be worn for the first time when Arsenal face Aston Villa in the final game of the Women's Super League season on Saturday.
Mikel Arteta's men will also debut it at home to Wolves in their last Premier League game of the campaign the following day.
Arteta will be plotting success at home and abroad next term, having qualified for the Champions League for the first time in six years thanks to finishing second behind champions Manchester City.
The home kit is available to purchase from Arsenal stores, selected adidas retail stores and online.