Arsenal football shirt sales might have taken a bit of a bashing with the departure of the iconic Thierry Henry. But one thing is for sure, the design of their shirts remains more Champions League than Vauxhall Conference.
Arsenal have long had an agreement in place with manufacturing giants Nike to produce their shirts, and it has to be said, it’s a match made in heaven. The home shirt is a light material that very simply, yet effectively portrays the image of the great club. To many manufacturers these days just push kit designs that they’ve come up with and don’t take into account the unique image of each club.
Then again, Arsenal have always been trend setters in their shirt แจกเครดิตฟรี ufabet designs. Cast your mind back to a few seasons ago in their centenary year when they sported those maroon coloured tops to mark the occasion. OK, it was strange to see the Gunners playing in purple but even with those shirts, Nike came up with the goods.
It will certainly be interesting to see what Nike does with the Arsenal Shirt designs come the end of the season. I’m sure they’ll come up with a great idea – they normally do.
One thing that does slightly disappoint me when it comes to big name manufacturers, is when they design shirts for lower league sides. This in itself is not a problem, but I don’t think they put the same levels of effort into their designs which isn’t for a moment fair on the clubs and more importantly, the supporters who pay their hard earned cash for the merchandise.