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Gunners Forever

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a rapidly rising star in English soccer. He is nicknamed "Ox" for the first part of his surname and his powerful, aggressive playing style. He came to Arsenal in 2011 after one season with Southhampton. He made his senior international debut with England in May 2012 for the European Championships, which made him the second youngest player to do so.

Support the Gunners when you're wearing this official Arsenal Away Jersey from Nike!

Unique black and purple sublimated hoop design begins Arsenal's Purple Reign! The bold purple pays tribute to Arsenal's royal roots. Red cuffs honor Arsenal's more traditional red.

This Dri-FIT jersey has an embroidered Arsenal team badge over the left chest with an embroidered Nike logo over the right chest. The kit sponsor is heat transferred across the front of the shirt. AFC design is screened beneath the back collar.

100% recycled polyester. Imported.


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