Arsenal to wear all-white kit at home for first time in history

Introduction to the article:
Arsenal will be showcasing a new all-white kit for the first time in a home match as part of a campaign against knife crime and youth violence.

Arsenal’s Campaign Against Knife Crime

The Gunners are taking a stand against knife crime and youth violence with the introduction of an all-white kit for their home game, draining the red from their traditional red-and-white home kit.

Investing in Safe Spaces

As part of the ‘No More Red’ campaign, Arsenal and Adidas are investing in safe spaces for playing football in Islington, with plans to open a third refurbished community pitch by 2024.

Support for the Campaign

While the new kit will not be available for purchase, fans can support the campaign by buying a new bespoke community t-shirt, with 100% of the proceeds going to the ‘No More Red’ campaign’s charity partners.

FA Cup Ambitions

Arsenal is aiming to win the FA Cup for a record-extending 15th time this season, with their most recent victory in 2020. The Gunners hope to use the FA Cup as a welcome distraction from their recent struggles in the Premier League.

Anticipating a Tough Match

Mikel Arteta is expected to name a strong team for the FA Cup match against Liverpool as Arsenal looks to disrupt the recent good form of Jurgen Klopp’s Reds.