The Gunners got creative with their jerseys after Heads Up – the Prince William-led mental health charity, asked to add a patch to their kits.
Arsenal have now moved the NHS and BLM patches to the back of their shirts underneath the number, while Chelsea have shifted the NHS to the back of the jersey and will put the BLM message on their shorts.
Arsenal’s shirt will have its main sponsor Emirates on the front while the sleeves will have ‘Visit Rwanda’.
The Gunners will be wearing the shirts on August 1 as they bid to win their 14th FA Cup in the all-London affair at Wembley.
Victory for Arsenal will also secure them a place in next season’s Europa League after missing out on qualification through their Premier League finish.
Chelsea will also pay tribute to their own 1970 success in the competition with stitching underneath club crest.