Why are Arsenal wearing yellow? This is the reason Gunners are not in red for Basel clash
UEFA have told Arsenal they have to wear their yellow away kit because their home strip is not different enough from either Basel's regular or alternate outfit.
Basel usually play in a shirt which is half red and half blue but their away kit is all-white.
And European football's governing body have decided that the Arsenal home kit - which features white trim on the shoulders and white shorts - is just too similar and could cause confusion.
Instead, Arsene Wenger's team will wear their own away kit which is yellow with dark blue trim and should avoid any potential kit clash.
Basel are then... read more
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