Creative Soccer Culture

Fokohaela Create Custom Arsenal Jersey For Hector Bellerin

Custom jersey creatives Fokohaela have whipped up a bespoke Arsenal football shirt for Gunners full back Hector Bellerin. With a focus on sustainability the jersey carries a deeper message inside its stunning outer layer.

The one-off customisation for the Spaniard features a Weimaraner pattern on the collar and sleeves as a shoutout to Hector's dog Otto, and places the World Wildlife Fund For Nature (WWF) logo as the sponsor on the front of the shirt to highlight his animal rights advocacy. The rear of the shirt features Bellerin's name and squad number in leopard print as a further connection to WWF, as well as doubling up as a nod to Bellerin's rapid speed.


The jersey also features a retro twist as Bellerin has opted for the Arsenal club crest that was used between 1936 and 1949: a simplistic badge that wouldn't look out of place in this modern era. A PUMA logo sits unconventionally above the Arsenal crest to wrap up the wavy aesthetic. A typically thoughtful and creative approach from football's most fashionable player.


Just yesterday Bellerin featured in the new Arsenal retro collection. Check that out here.


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