For the third year in a row, Arsenal will wear an all-white kit in the third round of the FA Cup against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium earlier this year. This initiative is part of the ‘No More Red’ campaign, which aims to raise awareness and protect young people from crime and knife attacks in society.
Great initiative! This weekend, when Arsenal take on Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal will ditch their traditional red kit and wear a completely blank tunic in partnership with Adidas. It’s an initiative that’s about to become second nature for Arsenal, as this is the London club’s third consecutive appearance in the first game of the year. This time they will wear the jersey for the first time in their London lair.
Arsenal against criminal violence
A white swimsuit to say no to blood red. This symbolic gesture, which is an integral part of Arsenal’s “No More Red” campaign launched in January 2022, aims to raise awareness and protect young people against crime and knife attacks in the community.
For all fans of the club, this all-white jersey is not available for sale, but a specially made t-shirt will be available to purchase from club stores on 29 January. Proceeds from this operation will be donated to social action projects and organizations (charities) aimed at providing safe spaces for young people to play football, particularly in the borough of Islington.