ARSENAL appear to have accidentally leaked their home shirt for next season.
Eagle-eyed supporters reckon they've spotted it in the background of a video on the club's media channels.
In a clip featuring stars Bukayo Saka and Vivienne Miedema, a kit can be seen hanging in the background.
And it appears to match a design shared by Footy Headlines in March.
The adidas shirt has been inspired by Arsenal's Nike effort used between 1994 and 1996.
That kit boasted a white polo collar, with a lightning zig-zag pattern running vertically down the jersey.
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And in the leaked design, the polo collar is back – the first time it has appeared on a shirt since Adidas became the club's sponsors in 2019.
But there is no striking lightning look on the latest effort, instead the zig-zag can be seen on the collar.
The lightning bolt design was also used on the Arsenal kits used in the 1994-95 and 1995-96 away strips.
It even features on this campaign's blue third kit.
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Arsenal fans will hope to see their team wear the new kit in next season's Champions League.
Going into today's games they sit fourth, two points above rivals Tottenham in fifth.
Mikel Arteta's side take on West Ham, while Spurs are in action against Leicester City.
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