Way back in 1886, before Arsenal were even a professional side, a few Nottingham Forest players brought their old red shirts with them when they joined up with what was then known as Dial Square FC. The club's budget was so tight that they decided the best way to have a uniform strip was to kit out the players in the same colour as the former Forest players.
Thus began Arsenal's long association with the colour red. Herbert Chapman introduced the white sleeves in the 1920s, and the now famous cannon graphic appeared in 1967.
Nowadays Arsenal's home shirt changes almost every season. Fans' affection for each shirt is defined partly by the design, but largely by the players who wear it and the trophies that are lifted while wearing it.
Over the next 10 slides, we run down the greatest Arsenal home shirts ever.