- Arsenal have debuted a new look at the Emirates Stadium after the facility recently underwent renovations
- The renovations saw the club retain their trademark colours of red and white, with minimal changes being made on the outlook
- The dressing room walls and those of the tunnel have motivational messages written on them, with one reading: "Victory through harmony"
- Reports suggest works at the facility took just three weeks - between the period Arsenal played Tottenham and Crystal Palace
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Premier League giants Arsenal has unveiled the new-look tunnel and dressing room at the Emirates Stadium.
The facility is understood to have recently undergone a refurbishment and now boasts a sleek design, with a motivational message on the wall.
SunSport reports the refurbishment took three weeks between Arsenal's EPL meeting against Tottenham Hotspur and Monday's clash with Crystal Palace.
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According to the publication, there is now a modern look around the Emirates, with the club opting to retain their trademark of red and white colours.
The changing room perimeter also glows red after setting up of LED lighting.
Photos of the new-look facility which have since emerged shows the floor of the changing room displaying a huge Arsenal badge.
The wall has been complemented with a message which reads: "We are the Arsenal" - inscribed in white.
Lining the tunnel is a red wall with white lighting bearing the message: "Victory through harmony."
It is understood the message is a key part of Arsenal's history and was first produced during the 1947/48 season by Harry Homer, a former programme writer.
Ironically, Arsenal's recent performances have been nothing close to that as they are currently placed 12th on the standings.
Mikel Arteta's wards managed to salvage a point from their last outing against Crystal Palace, with Alexander Lacazette netting at the death to ensure the tie ends in a 2-2 draw.
Be that as it may, they remain unbeaten in five matches, with the encouraging run of results coming after kicking off their season on a disappointing note with three consecutive defeats.
They are scheduled to take on Aston Villa in their next fixture this Friday, October 22.
Patrick Vieira returns to the Emirates
Earlier,YEN.com.gh reported Arsenal vs Crystal Palace Premier League meeting saw Gunners legend Patrick Vieira make an emotional return to the Emirates.
Vieira, who was appointed Palace boss in the summer had not been to the Emirates as manager until Monday, October 18.
However, his return was ruined by Lacazette who netted a last-minute goal to ensure the tie ended in a 2-2 draw.
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