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title = Arsenal's usual home colours
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ForDalam muchsebahagian ofbesar Arsenal'ssejarah historyArsenal, theirwarna homerumah coloursmereka haveialah beenbaju brightmerah redterang shirtsdengan withlengan whiteputih sleevesdan andseluar whitependek shortsputih, thoughmeskipun thiskadangkala hassituasi notini always been the caseberubah. The choice ofPemilihan redwarna ismerah inadalah recognitionsebagai ofmenghargai asebuah charitablesumbangan donationamal fromdaripada [[Nottingham Forest F.C.|Nottingham Forest]], soonsejurus afterselepas penubuhan Arsenal's foundationpada intahun 1886. TwoDua ofdaripada Dialahli Square'spenubuhan foundingDial membersSquare, [[Fred Beardsley]] anddan [[Morris Bates]], wereadalah formerbekas Forestpemain playersForest whoyang hadtelah movedberpindah toke Woolwich foruntuk workbekerja. AsSedang theymereka putmenubuhkan togetherkesebelasan theutama firstdi teamkawasan in the areaitu, notiada kit couldyang beboleh founddijumpai, sojadi Beardsley anddan Bates wrotetelah homemengirim forsurat helpke andrumah receiveduntuk amendapatkanb setbantuan ofdan menerima satu set kit anddan asebiji ballbola. The shirtBaju wasitu alebih darkergelap shademerahnya ofberbanding reddengan thanwarna themoden club'skelab modern-dayini colourssekarang, almosthampir purpleungu, anddan wastelah worndipakai withdengan eithersamada whiteseluar orpendek darkputih redatau shortsgelap.
 
In 1933 Herbert Chapman, wanting his players to be more distinctly dressed, updated the kit, adding white sleeves and changing the shade to a brighter [[pillar box]] red. The team have stuck with the combination since, aside from two seasons. Firstly, in [[1963-64 in English football|1963–64]] the kit reverted to all red, but this proved unpopular and the white sleeves returned the following season. Secondly, as [[2005-06 in English football|2005–06]] was the last season that Arsenal played at Highbury, the team's shirts temporarily reverted back to the original darker red, or "redcurrant", to reflect the colour worn in the first season at Highbury, in 1913. The club will return to their usual colours for the [[2006-07 in English football|2006-07]] season.
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