2018~2019 New Arsenal Third Football Shirt

Singapore has witnessed new release of the new Arsenal third away football kit by Puma. The kit is the end of the City pulse in this season. Arsenal Football Club is a professional football club based in lslington, London, England, that plays in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. The club has won 13 league titles, a record 13 FA Cups, two League Cups, the league Centenary Trophy, 15 FA Community Shields, one UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup and one Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.

The great achievement accomplished by the team wins it a group loyal fans, whose cheers and passions fire the club and push it to go forward. This inspires the design of the shirt and create the city pulse. On the second away shirt is shaped the pulse as M while it is shown on this shirt with the variant of letter of W. The design of WM is paying homage to the famous WM formation which is innovated by Gunner legend Herbert Chapman in 20th century. W part works as offensive power and M part is defence.

Biscay green is full of modern aesthetic, occupying whole shirt with navy blue ornament. Albeit the color is totally a new attempt, the combination of the shades is reminiscent of the Bluebottle attire wore in 1982-83 season by club. The shirt feature classic reverse collar and striation encircling the sleeves. The stripes on the sleeves also finish the prolongation of the W at the chest, making the shirt looks more integrated. The accompanying shorts are in the same colors while the socks are also green with four navy hoops circling them.

Prominent logos on the shirt are Puma logo swooping at right and Arsenal crest locating at left.Unveiled in 1888, Royal Arsenal’s first crest featured three cannons viewed from above, pointing northwards, similar to the coat of arms of the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich. In the 2011–12 season, Arsenal celebrated their 125th anniversary. The celebrations included a modified version of the current crest worn on their jerseys for the season. The crest was all white, surrounded by 15 oak leaves to the right and 15 laurel leaves to the left.

Puma’s new technology of evoKnit thermoregulation is equipped on both shirt and shorts to adjust temperature. This cooling system will manage moisture efficiently and help to create a optimal condition for any player on the pitch.

To meet a perfect mobility and flexibility whilst in the shirt, the top is made with seamless construction, allowing for ultimate movement and optimum performance, feeling like a second skin.

Cooling zones alongside dryCell technology are engineered within the top, which will channels sweat away from skin and to help regulate body temperature.

The whole kit are mingled with the hue of the other away shirt, creating a Heather effect, and the socks match the colour of the away top, with bands as same as those on sleeves above the Puma logo in the upper middle and ‘Arsenal’ written down the back.

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2018-2019 New Arsenal High-Quality Away Football Kit

Arsenal have announced the release of their 2018/19 away kit ahead of the new season, featuring a return of the much loved peacoat navy, with the classic WM graphic printed on the front. The shade has been a typical part as a tradition in the club culture as well as its appearance at the present crest. The combination of the W and M construct the pattern paying homage to the formation introduced back in the 1930’s by legendary Herbert Chapman.

Herbert Chapman was an English association football player and manager. Regardless of his normal football playing career, he did prominently as a manager and become one of the most influential and successful managers in early 20th century English football.Chapman arrives at the club coincided with a change in the laws of the game in June 1925, that modified the offside law. The change had reduced the number of opposition players that an attacker needed between himself and the goal-line from three to two. This change inspires Chapman to change the usual formation from 2-3-5 to 3-4-3, which looks like WM from top view. At that time, Arsenal is not the only club to adopt this transformation but Chapman has his own wisdom to refine and improve the tactic better than his rivalries. His work at Arsenal resulted in them becoming the dominant team of the 1930s which had won five League titles in the decade.

The letters of W and M are reshaped like a wave to indicate the design idea of “City Pulse”. It can be elucidated with the intimate connection between the club and the city. Fans of the club have motivated the team with their intense desire to victory, cheering the players and the ebullience to the Arsenal, all of which are the pulse of the city of London, echoing in the Emirates Stadium and beating in the player’s mind. These impulse the footballer and encourage them to advance and mount the challenge of the new season.

The shirt is predominantly peacoat navy. Many colors showed up as away color in Arsenal history. At the beginning years, Arsenal’s away color used to be white shirts and either black or white shorts. Yellow shirt and blue shorts were introduced in 1969-70 season, which is regard as a luck to bring the team the double for the first time in their history in 1971 and three consecutive FA cup finals from1978 to 1980. Blue dominated the away shirt when Nike took over from Adidas as provider of Arsenal’s kit with few absence since 1994.

Puma’s new technology of evoKnit thermoregulation is equipped on both shirt and shorts to adjust temperature. This cooling system will manage moisture efficiently and help to create a optimal condition for any player on the pitch.

To meet a perfect mobility and flexibility whilst in the shirt, the top is made with seamless construction, allowing for ultimate movement and optimum performance, feeling like a second skin.

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2018-2019 New Arsenal Football Kit Good

Arsenal football club, together with its kit sponsor PUMA, unveiled the football kit for 18/19 season. The new shirt is a part of the theme that “We Are The Arsenal”. This theme completely conveys the worldwide supporters’ sense of belonging to Arsenal club and players. It emphasis that fans of the club plays a prominent role in the general performance and team identity. No matter where they are, the connection between fans and team comes to be tangible due to their attendance.

The design of the new Arsenal kit applies “City Pulse”. It can be elucidated with the intimate connection between the club and the city. Fans of the club have motivated the team with their intense desire to victory, cheering the players and the ebullience to the Arsenal, all of which are the pulse of the city of London, echoing in the Emirates Stadium and beating in the player’s mind. These impulse the footballer and encouragethem to advance and mount the challenge of the new season.

A few highlight deserve our focus. The design to protrude “City Pulse” is shown graphically across the chest.As extensions of the pattern, pale red stripes are elongated from both end of the graphic pulse to the sleeves, enriching the color and finishing the city pulse. A red stripe occupies the top of the shorts, completing the whole color matching with the red hoop of the white socks.

The whole kit still continue dominant tone of the darker and palm red. This kind of hue matching not only is applied through the Arsenal’s history but also now appears in the crest.

In Arsenal’s history, usually their home color is bright red shirts with white sleeves and white shorts. The choice of red is considered as a charitable donation from Nottingham Forest, soon after Arsenal’s foundation in 1886. Two of Dial Square’s founding members, Fred Beardsley and Morris Bates, were former Forest players, who wrote home for help and received a set of kit and a ball when they put together the first team without kit. The shirt was in a dark shade of red and matched with white shorts and socks with blue and white hoops. In 1933, Herbert Chapman, wanting his players to be more distinctly dressed, updated the kit, adding white sleeves and changing the shades to a brighter red. Two possibilities have been suggested for the origin of the white sleeves. One story reports that Chapman noticed a supporter in the stands wearing a red sleeveless sweater over a white shirt; another was that he was inspired by a similar outfit worn by the cartoonist Tom Webster, with whom Chapman played golf. Since then, the red and white shirts have come to define Arsenal and the team have worn the combination, aside from two seasons 1966 and 2005.

Arsenal’s longstanding tradition will continues as well as the glory they won in the past. The red shirt will bring more surprise and enthusiasm to their loyal fans and the city.

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Arsenal 2016-17 Home Football Shirt

The brand new Arsenal Home Shirt 2016-17 was provided by PUMA. Famous players of the club, including Santiago Cazorla, Olivier Giroud and Héctor Bellerín Moruno, wore the new home shirt for the first time. The white and red shirt shows the classic image of Arsenal.

Inspired by coaches, players and great victories in the 1990s, the home jersey combines classic design of previous shirts and innovative technologies of PUMA, showing respect for the club.

The new jersey features a white V-neck collar that comes from the 1990s’ jerseys. The iconic T7 PUMA stripe from shoulder to the sleeve shows the uniqueness of the club. A dark red vertical stripe is put on the front of the shirt. The letter “A” in navy blue is printed at the back of the shirt.

Olivier Giroud said:“PUMA has completed a great job. They gave us a traditional home jersey with modern technologies. Continuing the tradition is very important for our club. I know that fans will love this jersey very much and I look forward to putting it on for the new season.”

“We like the style of the jersey. I think fans will like it too. The new jersey is a bit retro. I like the stripe in the middle of the shirt, which makes it different. It looks very good when players wear it.” said Bellerín.

The latest ACTV Thermo-R technology can help athletes control body temperature when they are playing games.

The white shorts and red socks complete the home kit. Nowadays, cheap football kits are popular among fans. They often wear the shirt of the team they support to show loyalty. You can try this.

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Arsenal 2017-18 Home Football Shirt Cheap

Arsenal Football Club is a professional club located in London, England that plays in Premier League. It is one of the most powerful teams in Europe wining 13 FA Cups, 13 League titles, 15 FA Community Shields, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and so on and is the only English club to play a 38-match league season unbeaten. Arsenal is called The Gunners by its fans.

Arsene Wenger became the chief coach of Arsenal in 1966. It is the man who has changed the club and made it stronger. He is also the first foreign coach to lead the club. In 1997-98 season, Arsenal simultaneously got the titles of Premier League and FA Cup with the guide of Wenger, which was exciting after a downturn period. In the next three seasons(1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01), Arsenal got runners-up of Premier League. On May 8, 2002, Arsenal beat Manchester United. During the heyday of Manchester United, Arsenal was the only team that can able to win the Red Devils. Wenger’s approach to games emphasizes an attacking mentality and he holds that football ought to be entertaining on the pitch.

Individually, Wenger is a gentle Frenchman and is familiar with a few languages. He authored a book in English on football managerial philosophy, ideals and values. In addition, he is given a nickname “Le Professeur(The Professor)” by fans which reflects his studious demeanour.

Wenger signed a two-year contract with Arsenal until 2019 on May 31, 2017. He is the club’s longest-serving manager and most successful coach in terms of major sporting events.

With the eminent coach, players can perform best at football pitches. On the other hand, its supplier PUMA tries its best to provide the most comfortable football shirts for the strong team.

This is the new home shirt for the 2017-18 season unveiled by PUMA and Arsenal Football Club. Lucky fans of Arsenal, as always, took photos with legendary players including Robert Pires and Martin Keown.

The new shirt is white and red that keeps a classic design. The classic home shirt and the club’s slogan “We Are The Arsenal” encourage each player to be confident and strong at football fields. The design matches Arsenal’s top status.

Its polo collar with buttons looks elegant and stylish. PUMA’s logo is printed for easy brand recognition. The club crest embroidered on the chest shows respect for the successful club. And the exclusive cannon included in the badge is knitted on the back of the collar.

These silvery dots on sleeves symbolize numerous and loyal fans of The Gunners, meanwhile, reflects the importance of fans.

What’s more, the shirt helps players keep body temperature because of PUMA ACTV Thermo-R technology. The stripes inside the shirt with unique material can absorb excess heat and release it when needed. Besides, they play a micro-massage effect to supply players with efficient energy.

The goalkeeper shirt is predominately dark green. Like the design of 2017-18 home shirt, white cannon is printed on the back of the collar, too.

I believe that fans can’t wait to wear it to show your loyalty. The shirts for The Gunners are on sale at Cheap Football Shirts Replica which is a good place for fans to get your beloved football shirt.

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Great Arsenal 2017-18 Third Football Shirt

PUMA with Premier League club Arsenal jointly unveiled the new third away shirt for the 2017/18 season in Sydney, Australia. Arsenal first team players wearing the new shirt in a ship took a photo with world famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The six players were Petr Cech, Olivier Giroud, Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette.

Petr Cech is a goalkeeper with strong mentality and good leadership, as well as his positional sense, concentration and handling, which makes him one of the greatest goalkeepers in the world. He got The Golden Glove Award three times. The award was named Lev Yashin Award in 1994 in honor of the eminent goalkeeper. The FIFA Technical Study Group recognizes the top goalkeeper of the tournament based on his performance throughout the final competition.

Olivier Giroud is a professional French striker. It was he that helped Arsenal win the first championship after nine years in 2013-14 season. Giroud is known for his strength, heading accuracy and powerful shooting.

Arsenal announced officially that they had signed a contract with a young striker Alexandre Lacazette who also plays for France national team. He got FIFA U-20 World Cup Bronze Shoe award in 2011, Ligue 1 Player of the Year award and Ligue 1 Top Goalscorer award in 2014/15 season. This new member maybe create a new record for The Gunners, the nickname given by its loyal fans.

In addition to excellent players in a team, comfortable football shirts are so necessary that plays can focus on games. PUMA, as the supplier of Arsenal, has created comfortable football products.

The newly released third shirt features a dark gray body part and dark sleeves. Gray dots on sleeves represent important fans of the club. Pink elements make the shirt unique. It has a polo collar with pink decoration. PUMA logo and “Fly Emirates”, Arsenal’s sponsor, are printed on the front of the shirt. The club crest on the chest proudly shows respect for the club. It is a shield with “Arsenal” and a cannon that reflects Arsenal’s nickname The Gunners. The exclusive pink cannon is also printed at the back of the collar in order to commemorate its first appearance at Arsenal shirt 50 years ago.

PUMA’s innovative technologies are used to produce new shirts. DryCell technology provides moisture wicking fabric, so players can be cool at football pitch in 90 minutes. Furthermore, the shirt can help players keep body temperature thanks to ACTV Thermo-R technology. The stripes inside the shirt with unique material can absorb excess heat and release it when needed. Besides, they play a micro-massage effect to supply players with efficient energy.

PUMA is one of the world’s leading sports brands, designing, developing, selling and marketing footwear, apparel and accessories. For over 65 years, PUMA has been producing the most innovative products for athletes in the world.

PUMA not only manufactures football products but also attaches great importance to environmental protection. Some important aspects of program include the reduction of its ecological impacts and commitment towards the goal of zero discharge of hazardous chemicals by 2020. PUMA spares no effort to improve energy, water efficiency and waste management.

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Arsenal 2017/18 Away Football Shirt Good

PUMA is the supplier of Arsenal football club and released new 2017/18 away shirt recently. The shirt has a new, modern and stylish design. It is light blue and there is a gradual transition because of these varying sizes of dark blue dots. The shoulders and sleeves also feature dark blue dots creating a blurred stripe pattern. All dots symbolize Arsenal’s fans, which is a great way to show great importance of fans and thank them. The front of the 2017/18 away jersey is certainly adorned with the Arsenal crest. A white PUMA brand logo and the Fly Emirates sponsor logo are printed, too. The back of the shirt includes a white cannon on the collar so as to commemorate its first appearance at Arsenal shirt 50 years ago.

The shirt has a round neckline and short sleeves which is comfortable for players at football pitch in 90 minutes.

The shirt is manufactured by PUMA innovative DryCell technology, which provides moisture management. The special fabric can absorb sweat from skin to keep players cool. In addition, the shirt, made from 100% polyester, is lighter than previous ones

Undeniably this Arsenal away shirt looks fantastic, and it is perfect for cheering the team in the 2017/18 season. It is comfortable for fans to wear it every day. Fans are able to buy it at Cheap Football Shirt Replica, a leading sportswear retailer.

Football fans must know Gilberto Silva. Although Silva has announced retirement, he was excellent and outstanding as a professional football. He is often called “the invisible wall” on account of his unnoticed playing style between the two centre backs and the rest of midfield. When he was playing, he was more passive than most players in defense and was likely to shadow an opponent and push him back. Silva was good at helping to defend against opponents. His passing was described as erratic in the past.

During six years playing for Arsenal, Silva helped the club win a few trophies. In 2002, Arsenal beat Liverpool and won the championship of the Football Association Community Shield. He scored one goal at the beginning of the game against PSV, which created a record of the fastest goal in the history of UEFA Champions League.

Gilberto Silva is a hard-working person. He can’t speak English when he came London first time. However, Silva took English class at least ten hours every week during the first half of the year. He said language was a must to communicate and integrate into the new society.

In his daily life, Silva is extremely gentle. He cherishes each encounter in football and lift.

When it comes to Arsene Wenger, the chief coach of Arsenal, Silva thought he was born for football and crazy about it. Wenger can talk about football all the time and communicate with players seriously. It is the man who has changed the club and made it stronger. He is also the first foreign coach to lead the club. Wenger is a gentle Frenchman and is familiar with a few languages. He authored a book in English on football managerial philosophy, ideals and values.

Arsene Wenger has signed a two-year contract with Arsenal until 2019 on May 31, 2017. He becomes the club’s longest-serving manager.

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