Arsenal include incredible hidden nod to Invincibles season on 2023-24 home kit 20 years on from iconic campaign

ARSENAL have paid tribute to the Invincibles with their home kit for the 2023-24 season.

The Gunners unveiled their new strip for next season on Friday as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their unbeaten campaign.

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Mikel Arteta’s side will debut the kit in their final match of the season at home to Wolves on Sunday.

Supporters can already purchase the kit, though, and can see it in action on Saturday when Arsenal Women host Aston Villa.

The Adidas kit includes a series of striking gold features as it pays homage to the 2003-04 side.

Arsene Wenger’s team made history by going the entire Premier League season without losing a match.

Arsenal’s unbeaten record saw them end the season on 90 points, 11 clear of nearest challengers Chelsea.

The new kit includes a gold badge and Adidas logo, along with the stripes and trim on the sleeves.

There is also a hidden nod to the Invincibles on the side of the “authentic” version of the shirt.

Arsenal’s record of 26 wins and 12 draws has been stitched into the side of the jersey in the order of each result.

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Forward Bukayo Saka, who signed a new four-year deal this week, thanked the Arsenal fans for their support as the Gunners launched the kit on Friday.

“We’re in this together,” he told the club’s website.

“The support we’ve received this season home and away, from supporters around the world and from colleagues and friends across the Arsenal family has been immense.

“Celebrating this moment together makes us excited to wear this shirt next season.

“It’s so powerful when we know team-mates, supporters and friends are driving us on. We’re stronger when we’re moving forward, together.”

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