2016/17 Bundesliga kits
As the countdown to the new Bundesliga season edges ever closer, the majority of clubs have already unveiled their new kits for the forthcoming campaign. Take a look for yourself!
David Alaba and Mario Götze sport the shirts in which Bayern hope to win their fifth straight Bundesliga title this season.
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Arjen Robben (l.) sports the defending champions' new away shirt while chatting to new boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can expect to be backed by a yellow-and-black wall this season, with Dortmund once again parading their traditional colours.
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With just one red hoop on an otherwise all-black shirt, Bayer 04 Leverkusen have gone back to basics with their 2016/17 strip, showcased here by summer recruit Kevin Volland.
Black-and-white hoops, with faded lines in the black, form the shirts Mahmoud Dahoud and Borussia Mönchengladbach will be wearing at home this season.
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The FC Schalke 04 shirt could not be any other colour: Royal Blue, with the three stripes of manufacturers adidas visible down both sides. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (l.) hopes it can point Schalke in the direction of success.
While it is all blue for Schalke, it is an all-red shirt which 1. FSV Mainz 05 and Niko Bungert will be wearing with pride up and down Germany in 2016/17.
Jhon Cordoba shows off Mainz's new away strip.
Mitchell Weiser models Hertha Berlin's 2016/17 shirt, with the traditional blue-and-white stripes contrasted by a darker shade to the arms.
Here are VfL Wolfsburg's three chosen strips for 2016/17, with a lime green first choice – and if that is not different enough from their opponents' shirts, they have a dark and light version with green pinstripes as alternatives.
1. FC Köln striker Antony Modeste models the Billy Goats' new uniform for the 2016/17 season at the club's Media Day in July.
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White shirts, red shorts and blue socks: Lewis Holtby in classic Hamburger SV colours.
FC Ingolstadt 04's second season in the Bundesliga should ideally be like their first, which is perhaps why they have not made wholesale changes to their predominantly red shirts either.
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A clean sheet or two would be nice for FC Augsburg this season, and their pearly white shirts make a good impression to start with.
SV Werder Bremen have made perhaps the most radical changes to their shirts, and a similar transformation in their on-field fortunes would not go amiss either. They can rely on evergreen Claudio Pizarro, who has pulled on his latest Bremen jersey of green-and-white hoops.
Different shades of blue in diagonal stripes is the choice of SV Darmstadt 98 as they prepare for their second season back in the big time. Slobodan Rajkovic offered the first glimpse of their new attire in a pre-season friendly.
Fresh from his move from fellow Bundesliga rivals SV Darmstadt 98, new TSG 1899 Hoffenheim striker Sandro Wagner rocks the club's two-tone blue jerseys.
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From Notts County to Juventus, black-and-white stripes enjoy a strong tradition in world football, and Eintracht Frankfurt are tapping into that market this season. If they can enjoy the same success as the Serie A champions, Alexander Meier (r.) will certainly be a happy man.
SC Freiburg are back in the big time, and so too is their shirt. This snazzy red-and-black-striped number is simple but smart – like Christian Streich's men?
RB Leipzig's maiden year in the Bundesliga will see them wear a very simple white shirt with red stripes down the arms. Expect their football to be a bit more eye-catching, however.