Arsenal aren’t going through the best of times.
With Alexis Sanchez seemingly destined for Manchester United, Mesut Ozil looking as though he may depart in summer, and results taking a downturn, Arsene Wenger is facing more discontent than ever before.
But, in times of trouble, when there appears that there’s no silver lining to the darkest of clouds, it may be wise to look back to a happier time. A time when Arsenal had the most grotesquely brilliant kit of all time. The time when Alan Smith was top scorer and Tony Adams was at the peak of his powers.
Between 1991 and 1993, Arsenal players loudly and proudly donned this absolute beaut.
The team weren’t that great in the Premier League in this strip (a fourth-placed finish and a 10th-placed one), but they bossed it in the domestic cups.
They won both the League and FA Cup in the 1992-93 season, beating Sheffield Wednesday in both finals.
From the yellow and black colouring to the patterned shirt print, this shirt screams 1990s. The JVC sponsor make it an Arsenal classic, and the Adidas logos and stripes give it that touch of class.