3 shirts we’ve love to see comeback as Arsenal announce Adidas partnership for 2019-20

Arsenal and Adidas have announced a £300m shirt partnership from July 1 2019 and everyone is buzzing.

Arsenal, whose kit is currently made by Puma, will move back to Adidas in a move that gets the nostalgic juices flowing.

Adidas were Arsenal’s kit maker in the late 80s and early 90s – an era with some of Arsenal’s most iconic shirts including the notorious Bruised Banana.

Here are 3 of our favourite Arsenal and Adidas shirts that we would love to see comeback next year.

1991-93 Arsenal away shirt

Probably the most divisive shirt in Premier League.  Simply you either love it or you hate it.  And we absolutely love it.

1991 93 Arsenal Adidas away

1992-94 Arsenal home shirt

Its a bit underrated but the 1992 Arsenal home shirt worn when they won the FA + League cup double is a classic.  It looks good plus it reminds us of when Tony Adams dropped Steve Morrow.

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1993-94 Arsenal away shirt

When I see this shirt all I think of is Ian Wright scoring ridiculous goals.  The triple stripe sash.  Classic.

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