Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Kit Unveiled

Football kit news from the English Premier League as a a special limited edition Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ kit made by Adidas has been unveiled this morning.

Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Kit Unveiled
Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Kit Unveiled

In January 2022 Arsenal first launched the ‘No More Red’ campaign in which the club aim to keep young people safe from knife crime and violence in the community.

Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Shirt
Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Shirt

A year on from the start of the campaign, Arsenal have decided to expand the campaign by inviting members of the public to volunteer with one of the clubs charity sponsors.

Arsenal in the Community
The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation
Steel Warriors
Don’t Stab Your Future
Box Up Crime
Copenhagen Youth Project
St Giles Trust
Abianda
Octopus Community Network
The Ben Kinsella Trust

Every person who volunteers with one of the above charities will receive an Arsenal No More Red shirt 2022-23 as well as being invited to the Emirates to watch a game.

Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Shirt
Arsenal 2022-23 ‘No More Red’ Shirt

The limited edition Arsenal No More Red shirt is totally white including the Adidas details, the club crest and the Emirates Fly Better shirt sponsor.

The shirt won’t be commercially available and will only be given to individuals who make a positive impact in the community.

Arsenal will debut the No More Red kit when they face Oxford United away in the FA Cup tie on Monday 9th January.

Freddie Hudson, Head of Arsenal in the Community, said: “Last year we were proud to launch No More Red with adidas. It provided a unique opportunity to highlight almost four decades of our local community work that has helped to keep thousands of young people safe.

“Throughout 2022, we worked in our local area with adidas, and our charity partners to build on our support for young people by providing more high-quality safe spaces to play sport, access to trusted role models and to shine a light on the positive work being done across our community.

“A special thanks also goes to our partners at Islington Council who have supported our work, including the new pitches on Harvist Estate and King’s Square Estate and a No More Red mural at Rosemary Gardens.

“Young people face multiple challenges as they grow up in today’s world and we don’t have all the answers, but we are confident our work makes a significant contribution to the lives of our participants. Our hard work must continue and we’re proud to be building on the achievements of the first year of No More Red by adding more social action projects and a volunteer programme that broadens the reach of this powerful initiative.

Combining decades of expertise with the incredible support from adidas, will help more individuals make better, informed choices about their future. We’re also sending a strong message that by pursuing your talent and focusing on aspirations, young people can have bright futures and become role models themselves.”

Credit to Arsenal FC

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