Arsenal has released the kit in tribute to the NHS and Black Lives Matter that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Co will be on Wednesday against Manchester City.
Each player in the Premier League will be the name on the back of his shirt exchanged for “Black Lives Matter” for the first round of matches, starting Wednesday and fans got a preview of the appearance of the additions with the third kit of Arsenal.
The movement of anti-racism has taken on a real impetus during the break in the league due to the outbreak of coronavirus and a logo Black Lives Matter will also remain on the sleeves of the shirts for the rest of the season 2019-2020.
Logo Black Lives Matter will be present on the jersey of each team for the remainder of the current season
Arsenal has revealed what it will look like its third kit as he prepares to face Manchester City next time
The shirt Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shows that Black Lives Matter ” has replaced the name on the back
Raheem Sterling, who faces probably Arsenal on Wednesday evening, has been a leading voice among the players in the Premier League calling for a greater change within the movement Black Lives Matter.
In addition to the kits, the players who choose to kneel before the games, or to celebrate – a gesture that became a synonym of movement and the fight against racism – will be supported by the league.
Before a friendly match behind closed doors last week, the players of Arsenal wore t-shirts before the match which read “I can’t breathe”, “My skin is not a crime,” and “I’m not black but I stand with you’.
A blue heart with the logo of the NHS, which will occupy a place of choice on the shirt Wednesday
A statement of the players across the league said last week: “We, the players, are in solidarity with the single goal of eradicating racial prejudice wherever they exist, to create a global society of inclusion, respect and equality of opportunity for all, regardless of their color or their belief.
In addition to the representation to increase awareness of the campaign Black Lives Matter, the kits will also include a logo for the National Health Service to pay thanks to their work during the crisis of the sars coronavirus.
In the Uk, the NHS has seen a huge increase in demand because of Covid-19 and rallied after more than 41 000 deaths due to the virus.
Many footballers in the Premier League have made charitable contributions to help the health services and the inclusion of the logo is a gesture to say thank you.
The trip of Arsenal to face Man City is vital as they seek to maintain their ambitions endangered in the Champions League with nine games to play.
The team of Mikel Arteta is ninth, eight points of Chelsea, fourth, and knows that she must hit the ground running back in the league, after a break of 100 days on Wednesday.
Before a friendly match last week, the players of Arsenal were wearing t-shirts and took a knee for the movement