ARSENAL fans can now camouflage themselves on board – in a new seat-inspired shirt.
It has the bold pattern seen on the London Underground line that runs past the stadium.
The new shirts will be worn by their players, including Emile Smith Rowe, at the warm-up.
It follows a partnership between the club, Transport for London and Adidas.
Arsenal are the only football team to have a Metro station named after it. Then-manager Herbert Chapman lobbied to change it from Gillespie Road on Piccadilly Road in 1932.
Warren Macdonald, Arsenal station area manager, said: “Arsenal Station has had a deep relationship with the football club for almost 90 years and there is nothing quite like the atmosphere and excitement of the club. a game day.
“I look forward to seeing fans pass through the station wearing this eye-catching new pre-match outfit on their way to and from the stadium.”
Arsenal fan and artist Reuben Dangoor was also commissioned to design an Oyster card depicting the station with its old and current names.
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