Arsenal have unveiled their third kit for this season – a “modern green” number that comes with a nod to the club’s history ingrained.
Hector Bellerin, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Alexandre Lacazette and Petr Cech showed off the new kit while on tour in Singapore.
The London side are preparing to begin a new chapter under coach Unai Emery after seeing the end of the Arsene Wenger era.
But the Gunners have paid tribute to the pre-Wenger age with a third kit that resembles their Bluebottle shirt from the 1982/83.
The shirt also has a big W dotted across the middle to complement the M that is spread over the away jersey – a tribute to the WM formation the Gunners used in the days of Herbert Chapman.
The shorts and socks, meanwhile, are similar to the shirt with their green base and with the bagdes, logos and sponsors detailed in navy blue.