• Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini launch the new Arsenal kits at the Puma Store on Carnaby Street on Thursday night.
  • Some Arsenal fans queued for hours to be the first to get their hands on the new shirts.
  • Each of the three kits has a unique design, inspired by the phrase 'Future, Forever, Victorious'.
  • The home kit represents 'Forever' and stays true to the red-and-white design that was first used by Arsenal in 1933.
  • Spanish duo Cazorla and Arteta were on hand to answer a few questions at the kit launch.
  • Cazorla was sporting the 'Victorious' themed away shirt. The yellow and navy colours are synonymous with the title-winning victory at Liverpool in 1989.
  • The blue and lime green 'Future' cup kit will be worn by Arsenal away from home in cup competitions, including the Champions League and FA Cup.
  • 'Stronger Together' is the partnership message between Puma and Arsenal, something that Cazorla and Flamini both approve of...
  • On the Thames, a unique 20m water projection in front of the London Eye included Arsene Wenger explaining the 'Future, Forever, Victorious' slogan...
  • ... those watching from the Embankment were treated to an eye-catching display which showcased the colourful new kits.
  • PUMA's Arsenal stars will also wear special edition evoPOWER and evoSPEED boots in the red and white Tricks colourway up until 25th August

Arsenal kit launch

Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini launch the new Arsenal kits at the Puma Store on Carnaby Street on Thursday night.