The Gunners are working together with Save the Children to help vulnerable youths over the festive period
Arsene Wenger has given many team-talks in his time at Arsenal, but this one was definitely one to remember!
Wenger and the Arsenal squad are supporting Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day campaign on Friday, December 15.
Arsenal have created a range of exclusive festive knits, worn by Calum Chambers, Rob Holding and Alexandre Lacazette in the video above, which carry a 20 per cent donation of the RRP (£35) to Save the Children.
Arsenal fans are being invited to swap their kit for a knit and sign up for Christmas Jumper Day here.
The Gunners will dedicate their Premier League match against Newcastle United on Saturday, December 16 to The Arsenal Foundation. The annual fundraiser will see the manager and players donate a day’s wages to the projects that use football and the Arsenal name to support young people in north London and overseas.
The Arsenal Foundation has been supporting Save the Children as its global partner since 2011 and has raised more than £2million to support the charity’s life-saving work. Most recently the Club has worked with Save the Children to build football pitches for vulnerable children in Jordan, Somalia and Indonesia.