Arsenal launch Christmas jumpers campaign with Gunnersaurus
With Christmas approaching, the Arsenal squad have once again assembled to don their festive jumpers in the name of charity.
Having first struck up a partnership in 2011, the Gunners have announced that 20 percent of every jumper sold over the festive period will be donated to Save the Children.
As is fast becoming tradition, Arsene Wenger and his players gathered at the Emirates to unveil this year's design, with Alexandre Lacazette looking positively thrilled to be involved for the first time.
Gunnersaurus also showed off his jumper, knitted in a special custom size for dinosaurs.
Arsenal raised over £2 million for Save the Children last year -- here's hoping they go even further this time.
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