Arsenal have worn their Nike shirt for the last time, wrapping up their 20-year partnership by winning the FA Cup against Hull City.
Now Arsenal will move onto brighter and better things after sealing a Premier League record kit deal with Puma, thought to be worth £30m a season.
Attention will now turn towards what Puma will do with the famous red and white shirt. Plenty of images have appeared online, showing a sleek design for next season.
Until now, Arsenal fans have been kept guessing as to what the away kit will look like. The Gunners classic away shirt is usually yellow and blue, but other variations, including a blue, white and purple kit have been experimented with in the past.
It now appears that Puma are kicking off their partnership with Arsenal by reverting to the classic yellow, producing a kit that looks remarkably like Atletico Madrid's away kit for this season.
Having won the La Liga title and only narrowly missing out on a Champions League, Wenger will no doubt be hoping that the kit won't be the only thing Arsenal can copy from Atletico for next season.