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Box set to celebrate Arsenal's 125th year. Premium gift box packaged with a certificate of authenticity that is numbered. There are only 2011 of these box sets in the world!

Includes official 125th anniversary Arsenal jersey in size medium, a 2 GB Arsenal USB stick with exclusive content and a laser etched light-up Arsenal key chain.

Official Arsenal jersey has redesigned team badge to celebrate the club's 125th anniversary year. This new Arsenal badge represents the foundation of the club. It has 15 laurel leaves on the left side reflecting the six pence pieces paid by 15 founding fathers to establish the club. Laurel leaves represent strength. The oak leaves on the right represent the origins of the club, the 15 founders met in the Royal Oak pub.

The red jersey has the traditional look with white sleeves and a white ribbed collar. Includes Nike logo with a screened sponsor design at the front. Moisture wicking, vented jersey with Dri-FIT technology. 100% polyester.

NOTE: Jersey is size medium.


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