Arsenal is a Barclays Premier League club from London. The team is nicknamed the Gunners and have a gun emblazoned on their club crest. The club was founded in 1886 and currently plays home matches at the Emirates Stadium, the third largest football stadium in England with a capacity of 60,432. This stadium was built at a cost of £390 million and was opened in 2006 when Arsenal moved in from their previous stadium Highbury. Apart from sponsoring the team’s football kits, Fly Emirates has the naming rights to the stadium until 2028 in a £150 million deal.
Above you can see the home, away and third football kits being used by Arsenal during the 2016-17 Barclays Premier League season. After finishing runners-up in the 2015-16 season, the team went directly into the group stage of the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League, winning Group A which included Paris Saint-Germain, Ludogorets and Basel. Arsenal drew German Champions Bayern Munich in the Round of 16. The kits of Arsenal are designed by Puma. The home shirt has a traditional red base colour with a darker red vertical strip going down the centre of the body. The sleeves and collar of the home shirt are white. The away shirt features a yellow base colour with navy blue details on the flapped collar, sleeves and sides. A dark blue third kit with bright green details on the shoulders and sleeves was also unveiled for use during the 2016-17 season.