Arsenal have signed a three-year shirt sleeve sponsorship deal with Visit Rwanda.
The tourist board’s logo will feature on the Gunners’ official jerseys from next season and will run until the end of 2020/21.
Arsenal unveiled their new home kit on Tuesday in what could be their last year with PUMA, with the current £30m-a-year deal expiring at the end of the season.
Arsenal have been tipped to agree a new blockbuster deal with Adidas but before then have unveiled their latest home kit.
The 2018/19 shirt includes horizontal red stripes on the white sleeves and is accompanied by white shorts and socks.
There is also a “pulse” diamond shape pattern running through the body of the shirt.
The new shirt will feature sleeve sponsorship for the first time after the Gunners struck a deal with Visit Rwanda, who also become their official tourism partners.
It comes after Arsenal announced multiple squad number changes ahead of the new Premier League season.
Petr Cech will switch to No.1 while Hector Bellerin and Mohamed Elneny will take No.2 and No.4 respectively.
The authentic match-worn shirt will cost a hefty £100 with the replica available for £55.
Arsenal’s new kit will go on sale from Friday June 1.