Arsenal Make History with New Third Kit — Plus Other 2022-23 Unveilings from Around Europe

Premier League side Arsenal are heading into uncharted territory with their third kit for 2022-23, made by Adidas.

The kit, unveiled on Friday, is the first pink outfield kit the club has ever had. All over the shirt is a tonal pattern of ermines lifted from the crest Arsenal used from 1949 until 2002.

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Sponsor logos and the club crest appear in navy blue. The V-neck collar is navy blue with light blue trim.

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The new third kit will be worn for the first time when Arsenal open their 2022-23 Premier League campaign on Friday, Aug. 5, against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.


AC MILAN – Away

Defending Serie A champions AC Milan are bringing back a white away kit, made by Puma, for 2022-23 as it’s “synonymous with some of the Club’s biggest titles and finals.” Thin red and black horizontal lines run across the front of the shirt, stopping just beyond the Puma logo on the right side and the club crest on the left. The V-neck collar and sleeve cuffs have red and black trim.

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NEWCASTLE UNITED – Away

Premier League side Newcastle United and manufacturer Castore have teamed up for the club’s 2022-23 away kit, inspired by the Leazes Stand at the club’s home stadium, St James’ Park. The kit has a solid navy blue base, with narrow gold streaks starting at the sold sleeve cuffs and running up the sleeves. Sponsor logos and a collar insert are gold. The club crest appears on the left chest in one-colour gold.


FULHAM FC – Home and Away

Newly promoted side Fulham FC are hoping to make waves in the Premier League this season in their home and away kits made by Adidas. The home kit combines Fulham’s traditional white base with a crew neck collar and sleeve cuffs that are black with a red wave pattern woven into the fabric. Side panels and the Adidas shoulder stripes are black.

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Meanwhile, Fulham’s away kit combines a mint green base with a dizzying pattern of gradient rectangles and parallelograms. The sleeves are solid mint green, while the Adidas shoulder stripes are navy blue. There are navy blue panels under the arms, and a solid mint green panel on the back for names and numbers. The V-neck collar is mint green with navy blue trim. Both kits sport the logo of the club’s new main sponsor, betting firm W88.

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VALENCIA CF – Third

Spanish La Liga side Valencia CF are drawing on the flag of the Valencian Community for its 2022-23 third kit, made by Puma. The yellow and red stripes come directly from the flag, which is a variation of the Senyera, the flag of the autonomous region of Catalonia that has been used as inspiration for other kits for clubs from the area, most notably FC Barcelona. The blue raglan sleeves mirror the blue section of the Valencian Community flag.

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SEVILLA FC – Third

La Liga side Sevilla FC is drawing on a local landmark for their 2022-23 third kit, made by Castore. The kit features a pattern inspired by La Giralda, the bell tower of Seville Cathedral, in white on the raglan sleeves and collar of the predominantly black shirt. Pink accents adorn the collar and sleeve cuffs. The Castore logo and club crest are one-colour pink.

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EINTRACHT FRANKFURT – Third

German Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt are paying homage to past kits with their new third kit for 2022-23, made by Nike. The new kit is mostly red, but near the bottom of the front of the shirt are black stripes of varying widths and angles. These are elements from previous Eintracht shirts over the decades, including as recent as 2018-19.

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STADE BRESTOIS 29 – Away and Third

French Ligue 1 side Stade Brestois 29 is going for the gold in its new away kit for 2022-23, made by Adidas. The white shirt features gold accents and logos all over, including the club crest, sponsor logos, the collar, the Adidas logo and the silhouette of a pirate ship near the hem.

Meanwhile, Stade Brestois’s third kit plays off the club’s nickname of “Les Pirates” with an undulating (Is that the right word for this? That’s the best one I could come up with.) pattern of grey pennants on a black base. Crossed swords have been added underneath the club crest, which appears in one-colour white. Other sponsor logos and accents are also white, including the V-neck collar and Adidas shoulder stripes.