The Arsenal Man United 1979 cup final is considered one of the best ever! Known as the ‘five minute final’ it represents a classic moment in Arsenal history and ensured Alan Sunderland would forever be tied to the moment he scored the extra time winner.
Also worn by Liam Brady, the 1979 cup final 100% cotton away shirt sports the cannon icon with reference to the FA cup final occasion above and below it. The blue trim sleeves and V neck collar are familiar to every Arsenal fan who count this is as one of their all time favourite away shirts and FA cup memories.
You don’t have to be an OAP to wear the very first ever yellow Arsenal kit. It proved lucky for Reg Lewis as he struck twice helping Arsenal beat Liverpool 2-0 at Wembley to lift the 1950 FA cup. Arsenal also went on to win the league title in 1953 further cementing yellow as Arsenal’s colour for away games.
This great looking and comfortable Drill Cotton shirt is a retro classic and good fit for any Gooner wanting to stand out from the crowd and turn heads outside the ground.
Introduced by Herbert Chapman in the mid 1930s, this shirt is the original classic long sleeve Arsenal home jersey which, for the first time, featured the famous white sleeves. The 1930’s saw Arsenal dominate English football and become renowned around the world, winning five league titles and two FA cups. A host of England internationals including Ted Drake, Alex James and the Compton brothers played for the gunners at this time ensuring this stunning red and white shirt was proudly worn at the club for the next twenty years.
Made with comfortable Drill Cotton, it has the classic ‘art deco’ badge also featured on the stands of the old Highbury Stadium and is a must-have for any loyal fans who want to wear a classy piece of genuine gunners history in celebration of Arsenal legend Herbert Chapman.
Possibly the most iconic Arsenal shirt ever! The 1970s long sleeved home kit has a round neck and is made from knitted cotton. The badge is the iconic Arsenal cannon, simple and beautiful, nuff said. Comfortable, stylish and classic, it is considered THE perfect Arsenal home shirt. It was worn in the famous double year of 1970-71 as Arsenal won 1-0 at White Hart Lane to win the league title in glorious style against the old enemy Tottenham. That season, the gunners went on to beat Liverpool in the final to wrap up the club’s first double.
Fans of a certain age still talk about that year, and the glorious 1970-71 red and white home kit is still massively popular for Arsenal fans of all ages wanting the pure Arsenal red and white shirt without a sponsors logo.
Worn by the 1971 legends warming up on cup final day, this 100% polyester Tracktop is pure 70’s casual retro! Shiny blue with yellow cannon and trim, this jacket is a must for all retro-loving fans of the 1970s and it still looks great. They simply don’t make them like this anymore, so be a trend setter and wear it with swagger and pride as you sing ‘good old Arsenal’ at the Emirates.
The yellow and blue shirt that helped shape modern Arsenal! What can we say about this 1989 Arsenal away shirt that hasn’t already been firmly lodged in the history of English football and the Arsenal and Liverpool supporters memories. ‘Thomas through the midfield’… Brian Moore screamed as Mickey Thomas, No 4, slotted past Bruce Grobbelaar winning Arsenal the most exciting and dramatic league title in living memory. Considered the greatest ever moment in Arsenal’s long history this jersey is the most loved and worn classic retro away kit in the club’s history. It is simply a ‘must have’ for any Gooner young or old, to celebrate that iconic day of 26th May 1989. Thousands of gooners are still celebrating that ecstatic moment and some say Dalglish is still having nightmares from the 89th minute of this game. Gooners everywhere should own this legendary, cool knitted cotton sports shirt as standard.
This 100% pure cotton home shirt was the last all-red home kit before the white sleeves were introduced. The 1930’s were the most successful period in Arsenal history and this shirt’s colours links from the very start of the club’s history and into an era of great success. It has a rugby style feel and is stunning red all over featuring one of the very first Arsenal crests.
A real classic for lovers of Arsenal pre-war football history.
This short sleeve version of the 1971 double winning home kit was worn by legends such as Frank McClintock, Charlie George, George Graham, Pat Rice and Ray Kennedy. It was first worn in the 1960s but it’s classic appeal lasted well into the 1970s and has been a cult classic ever since.
Short sleeved for summer, this is the perfect present for every Arsenal fan.
Bob Wilson is a true gunners legend, and now you can buy his famous kit, as worn in the 1971 cup final win against Liverpool and beyond. Green is the original colour for all goal keeping kits and this beauty stands out from the crowd! 100% knitted cotton and the trendy round neck keeps this a classic retro for every Gooner with a soft spot for the great Bob Wilson and his heroics between the sticks. One of Arsenal’s greatest ever keepers, you can’t miss out on buying this stunning deep green long sleeve classic.
By the 1970s, yellow Arsenal kits were nearly as famous as the famous red and white. In keeping with tradition, this classic 1977-78 away shirt is bold, bright and beautiful sporting a big embroidered cannon in the centre of the shirt and a V-neck with collar. The dark blue trim looks great and there’s a real demand for this eye-catching original summer away shirt.
The iconic image of Charlie George lying on the floor having scored the winner against Liverpool in the 1971 FA cup final is not only the moment Arsenal won the 1971 league and cup double but is still shown to this day on television. Needless to say, this is the iconic Arsenal away shirt of the 70s and will always be a major part of our history.
Don’t miss out on owning a replica of this gorgeous yellow and blue classic!
This beautiful and classic Arsenal away shirt was worn during the 1969-1970 Fairs Cup winning season and banished the memory of the trophyless 1960s for Arsenal. Entering the second leg of the Fairs Cup final against Anderlecht, the gunners came back from a three goal deficit with Jon Sammels firing home the winner. That sparked mass celebrations on the Highbury pitch and was the catalyst for the double winning season the year after.
This 100% cotton striking yellow, long sleeved top has a fitted round neck and a stand out blue cannon. Simply classic!
The original home kit from the first season at Highbury. The 1913-1914 home kit is a deep maroon red and features the very first Arsenal crest. This is a real collectors item in Arsenal’s history and great to compare with the 2005-2006 Arsenal kit which was modelled on this one for the farewell season at Highbury.
This original top has long sleeves and a buttoned neck. Absolutely great looking and a real talking piece wherever you wear it. The stuff of legends, don’t miss out on the very first kit to be worn at Highbury Stadium.
There has been few Arsenal kits which has caused such controversy as this 1982-1983 green oddity. Bemused Arsenal fans in the early 1980’s were not bowled over by the football being played at Highbury and when the club bought out this jade, shiny, short sleeved away kit they didn’t know whether to laugh or cry, but over time it has become a fun cult classic and is still talked about in the pubs on Holloway Road.
This 100% polyester V-necked away shirt is the only ever green outfield Arsenal kit and is a collectors piece for all 80’s loving Gooners. It makes a great present and always raises a good laugh from all who wear it.
This beautiful deep red Arsenal shirt is not only a classic but one of the first Arsenal home kits to introduce white on the jersey. The wide white collar and framed crest still look fantastic with the long sleeves and makes this kit a fashionable purchase for any time of year.
Steeped in history, it is considered the first home kit where Arsenal won a major trophy, beating Huddersfield 2-0 in the 1930 FA cup final. Legendary manager Herbert Chapman led the gunners out onto the pitch alongside his former club Huddersfield but you can be sure, with the gunners wearing this kit we not only won the cup but looked the best in the business doing it!