Arsenal have reintroduced their No More Red campaign. With help from German sportswear brand Adidas, the initiative helps keep teens safe from violent crimes. The Gunners previously launched the cause in January of 2022.

To help promote the plan, Adidas has constructed special all white jerseys for the Gunners. Arsenal will wear these shirts for their FA Cup matchup with Oxford United on Monday (live at 3PM ET on ESPN+). The jerseys have a v-neck design, with the Adidas logo, Arsenal’s badge, and Emirates logos all white in color.

Arsenal expands reach of No More Red

Along with the jerseys, Arsenal is expanding the No More Red program by asking fans to volunteer for special charities. These 10 causes also aid in keeping youth safe in local areas. Volunteers can receive one of the white jerseys and even catch a match at Emirates Stadium as well.

“Last year we were proud to launch No More Red with Adidas,” said Freddie Hudson, Head of Arsenal in the Community. “It provided a unique opportunity to highlight almost four decades of our local community work that has helped to keep thousands of young people safe.”

“Throughout 2022, we worked in our local area with adidas, and our charity partners to build on our support for young people by providing more high-quality safe spaces to play sport, access to trusted role models, and to shine a light on the positive work being done across our community.”

British boxer Anthony Yarde has joined the initiative and claims that the cause emphasizes making correct choices. “Campaigns like No More Red are so important because they shine a light on the opportunities that are actually out there. In my opinion, it shines a light on choices,” said Yarde. 
“There are so many people that come from the same area that I came from and people have different outcomes for different reasons. Often those different outcomes are based on choices.” 

Special shirts will not be for sale

The jerseys will not be available to purchase for the masses. Instead, the special kits will only be awarded to people actually making a difference in their communities. Fans looking to volunteer for the cause can visit Arsenal’s No More Red website.

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