The Arsenal 2023/24 home and away kits have been ‘leaked’ online – and there are a number of changes to this year’s designs.

The Gunners are currently top of the Premier League this season, two points clear of Manchester City with a game in hand.

They defeated Aston Villa 4-2 on Saturday at Villa Park, wearing their black away kit with bronze metallic features.

That is one of three kits that have been assigned for use away from home this season. Their third kit is light pink with black markings.

Meanwhile, they have also used a fully white kit this campaign too, which was donned to support the club’s ongoing campaign against knife crime.

The home shirt features the traditional red and white colours, which has been the case since the 2005/06 season. For that campaign, the Gunners wore a redcurrant home shirt to celebrate their final season at Highbury. It was a colour worn during their first season at the ground in 1913.

Now, the home and away kits for next season have been ‘leaked’ online.

Arsenal 2023/24 kits ‘leaked’

With kit season almost upon us, Arsenal Twitter account GoonerViews has posted unconfirmed screenshots of the club’s home and away kits for the following campaign.

On the home shirt, there are a number of subtle but still significant changes. The red outline around the collar has been replaced, with yellow markings also replacing the white markings on the sleeves.

The club sponsor and maker logo is gold, in a similar look to the current season’s away shirt.

Next season’s away shirt has reverted to a green/yellow colour, with sponsor details and maker logo both black. There are also black markings featured on the sleeves, and around the cuffs.

The designs are yet to be confirmed as official by the club. The kits have split opinion on social media, although if verified by Arsenal, it is clear the club have gone in a different direction with both designs, to differing degrees.