Condition: - 8/10 – Excellent (see photos).
Shirt Size: - Adults Extra Large
Chest Measurement: - 44-46 Inches / 111-117 CM
Shirt Manufacturer: - Adidas
Shirt Colour: - Red, white & navy trim
Shirt Material: - Polyester
Seasons: - 1992/1993 & 1993/1994
Player: - N/A
Patches: - Premier League
Official Adidas Arsenal home football shirt from the 1992/1993 season. Complete with embroidered Premier League patches on the sleeves.
Condition of this vintage football shirt is 8/10 – Excellent, few tiny bobbles (see photos).
Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collection of your own.
Arsenal endured a disappointing 1992/93 league season, finishing 10th in the first ever Premier League behind unfancied sides like Norwich City and Blackburn Rovers. However, Arsenal managed to complete a double of the FA Cup and League Cup, defeating Sheffield Wednesday in both finals.
New to the Arsenal squad for 1992-93 was Denmark's Euro 92 midfield hero John Jensen, who took over in central midfield from Leeds United bound David Rocastle.
The end of the season saw the departure of long-serving Irish defender David O'Leary, who left holding the most number of appearances for the north London club.
In the 1993/94 season Arsenal conquered their goalscoring problems which had restricted them to 10th place a year earlier, though they surrendered their defence of both domestic cup competitions. This time round they finished fourth in the league, and at one stage looked like the most likely team to threaten Manchester United's lead. But the real success of the campaign was a 1–0 win over Parma in Copenhagen which gave them glory in the European Cup Winners' Cup and their first European trophy since 1970.
1993–94 saw a great deal of change at Arsenal. The season began with the club's longest-serving player, 34-year-old defender David O'Leary, signing for Leeds and out-of-favour midfielder Colin Pates joining Brighton. Irish winger Eddie McGoldrick was captured from Crystal Palace; his arrival led to the sale of fellow winger Anders Limpar to Everton a few months later.
The close season saw Arsenal make swoops for Swedish midfielder Stefan Schwarz as manager George Graham prepared to maintain an Arsenal side that could challenge on all fronts the following season.