Arsenal fans can now camouflage themselves on the train in a new shirt inspired by the seats.
It features the bold pattern seen on the London Underground line that runs past the stadium.
His players, including Emil Smith Roe, will wear the new tops during practice.
The club follows a collaboration between Transport for London and Adidas.
Arsenal are the only footy team to have a tube station named after them. Then-manager Herbert Chapman lobbied for it to be replaced by Gillespie Road on the Piccadilly Line in 1932.
Arsenal Station Area Manager Warren McDonald said: “Arsenal Station has had a close relationship with the football club for almost 90 years and nothing matches the atmosphere and excitement on match day.
“I look forward to seeing fans walk past the station wearing this attractive new pre-match range on their way to and from the stadium.”
Artist and Arsenal fan Ruben Dangur was also commissioned to design an oyster card depicting the station with its old and current names.