Arsenal fans have been given the biggest hint yet about their kit for next season with two stars of their women’s team appearing to leak it.
In a now deleted Instagram story post, winger Gio Queiroz posed with England hero Beth Mead in the new strip adding the caption ‘but we made it’.
Unfortunately for Queiroz, some of her 680,000 followers managed to screenshot the picture, which may get her in trouble for the early reveal.
The strip which Mikel Arteta’s men’s team will also sport goes back to white sleeves and shoulders with no collar, in a change from the 2022/23 fans’ favourite strip.
It also features a gold adidas trim, and shows a new badge for the new season, with a prominent canon logo in red and gold in a change from the usual red, blue, white and gold crest.
It remains to be seen what Arsenal fans will think of the new strip, having already been left appalled by a leaked fluorescent yellow away kit featuring black lines.
Despite the gold not representing a trophy for the men’s team, it will mark a return to the top table with Champions League football and second place in the Premier League confirmed.
Meanwhile for Jonas Eidevall’s women’s team, an FA Women’s League Cup has been captured, but serious injuries hampered their title chances.
His Gunners will still secure third place in the table and a place in the Women’s Champions League unless there’s a 10-goal swing on the final day, but they won’t be involved in Chelsea and Manchester United’s shootout.
Euro 2022 player of the tournament Mead is one of a number of high profile injuries for the Arsenal Women, suffering an ACL injury in November which is likely to keep her out of this summer’s World Cup.