Arsenal 2021-22 kit: New home, away, third & goalkeeper jerseys

  • Stuart Hodge
  • Updated: October 27, 2021, 18:30 CEST
  • 15 min read
Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney

Adidas are now in their third season as Arsenal's kit supplier and have gone for a slightly different approach to some of the jerseys this season.

It's the middle year of the five-year deal between the club and the sports brand, which is worth almost £65 million per season.

Arsenal haven't enjoyed the best success on the pitch in recent times, but some of their apparel is very smart.

FootballTransfers takes a look at all the kits the Gunners will be wearing for this season.

Arsenal's 2021-22 home kit

The home shirt has a blue three stripe motif, which has shades of a couple of the late 1990s kits, including the final JVC-sponsored kit and the first Dreamcast one.

It's a bold choice by the kit supplier and the main sponsor looks slight different, with "Fly Better" added below the Emirates logo. The sleeve sponsor is Visit Rwanda.

Arsenal's 2021-22 away kit

The away kit is yellow once again and there are certainly plenty of stirring memories of the likes of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Dennis Bergkamp in yellow away shirts for Arsenal.

Since the late 1960s yellow has been the most popular colour for an Arsenal away shirt although it does often switch to blue as the principal colour.

Arsenal's 2021-22 third kit

Instead it's this year's third kit which is blue for the Gunners, although Adidas has taken a modern approach to recreating the 1995/96 lightning bolt kit.

Instead on one bolt splitting it down the middle, it's a pattern across the whole kit and looks very sleek on Ben White and Kieran Tierney.

Arsenal’s 2021-22 goalkeeper kit

Aaron Ramsdale and Bernd Leno will be in green this season, in a kit which the club website describes as "inspired by the past, but ready for the future".

Arsenal’s 2021-22 training kit

This is really smart, as demonstrated by Alexandre Lacazette being put through his paces at training.

Arsenal’s 2021-22 kids and baby kit

For younger fans, there are junior, mini and baby kits.

The junior kits all come in the same designs as the adult ones, while the baby kit comes in a pair with the shorts and the top.

How much will Arsenal’s kits cost and where to buy?

All Arsenal's kits are available on the club's official website, men and women’s.

Adult shirts are selling for £65, whilst it is £100 for an authentic match shirt, that price applies for home, away, third and goalkeeper kits. Shorts are £30 and socks £15.

For junior sizes, it's £50 for the shirt, £22 for the shorts and £12 for the socks, whilst the mini kit costs £45 and the baby kit £38.

The kits are available online and in club stores, as well as on the Adidas website and in stores. They can also be bought in most major sports and football retail shops.