Find out what the 18 Bundesliga 2 clubs will be wearing in the 2022/23 season right here...
Cult club St. Pauli haven't strayed far from their traditional get-up under new kitmaker DIIY. Die Kiezkicker will step out in chocolate brown at home, and white with brown trim on the road. Either way, they're unmistakable threads.
You can buy the new St. Pauli jersey right here at the official club shop!
Fürth have reverted to horizontal stripes on home soil. Their away kit is about as striking as they come, reminiscent of a green-and-black peppermint candy. Both are made of recycled fabric and sport the motto 'Fußball auf Fränkisch' (Football Franconia-style) below the collar on the rear.
You can buy the new Greuther Fürth jersey right here at the official club shop!
Hannover live up to their 'Reds' moniker with their home number that features darker sleeves and a patterned lower portion. The Lower Saxony club's away effort is black with swathes of green and white spots, while their change strip is a pale green. 'YES TO FOOTBALL, NO TO RACISM' features on a rubber label.
You can buy the new Hannover jersey right here at the official club shop!
Darmstadt will don two-tone blue on home soil, with a white ring encircling angled blocks across the chest. Colours are reversed on the road, with white the main event.
You can buy the new Darmstadt jersey right here at the official club shop!
Fortuna could form their own mob with a dapper home jersey that features vertical white pinstripes. As ever, the main colour is Düsseldorf red. The club's away offering is white with red stripes that have an almost swirling quality.
You can buy the new Düsseldorf jersey right here at the official club shop!
Paderborn's home jersey is made up of blue and black stripes, in the style of Inter Milan. They'll play in red on the road but, should there be a clash, the club have the option of an icy turquoise change strip. 'Mit Herzblut. Fußball' ('Blood, sweat and tears. Football') is printed on the back under the collar.
You can buy the new Paderborn jersey right here at the official club shop!
The Heidenheim fan council have got their wish with a retro-inspired, striped home kit. Two shades of blue form jagged downward arrows on the away shirt, while the change jersey is white with pale grey trim.
You can buy the new Heidenheim jersey right here at the official club shop!
Sandhausen's white home jersey is brought to life by two pairs of horizontal black stripes. White diagonal stripes add another dimension to their away shirt, while there's a touch of Germany kits of old about their change strip of bright green and white.
You can buy the new Sandhausen jersey right here at the official club shop!
Relegated from the Bundesliga last season, Bielefeld will line up in traditional blue-black-white threads at home, and predominantly white on the road. They've also introduced a third shirt of bright orange.
You can buy the new Bielefeld jersey right here at the official club shop!
Nuremberg's colours as they bid to return to the Bundesliga for the first time since 2019 are classic wine red and black. The Franconian club's away number is black with pale blue Adidas stripes down the sleeves and gold trim.
You can buy the new Nuremberg jersey right here at the official club shop!
Promoted Magdeburg stick with blue and white at home, and black and blue away. The shirts are made from recycled polyester and PET bottles.
You can buy the new Magdeburg jersey right here at the official club shop!
Taking its inspiration from the regional flag of Schleswig-Holstein, Holstein Kiel's home shirt features a block design in navy, white and red from top to bottom. The away shirt is white with horizontal red strips widening to form a block across the chest.
You can buy the new Holstein Kiel jersey right here at the official club shop!
Hansa Rostock's bright blue home shirt is offset by eye-catching black tiger stripes. The northern club's away jersey - mainly white with blue trim - is not all that different from their 2021/22 effort.
You can buy the new Hansa Rostock jersey right here at the official club shop!
Karlsruhe have made a nod to their past with their latest offering; a two-tone blue shirt featuring the logos of merger clubs FC Phönix and VfB Mühlburg that helped form the club as it's known today. Those badges sit on the left side, adding depth behind the current KSC badge, while "Meine Heimat" - or "My Home" - is stitched into the collar.
The away jersey has the same mark and also pays homage to a bygone era at the club - namely it's 1996/97 side that finished sixth in the Bundesliga and competed in Europe. The likes of Thomas Hässler and Sean Dundee wore the kit then and the resemblance is uncanny, with the same blue fade at the shoulders feeding into white at the body. Very smart.
You can buy the new Karlsruhe jersey right here at the official club shop!
Regensburg have stuck with their traditional colours with a white shirt and red shorts - in fact opting for more white than last season! And in contrast to many clubs, Jahn have stuck with the same away strip as they wore in 2021/22, going with a two-tone red. However, the third kit is new in black with red accents.
You can buy the new Regensburg jerseys right here at the official club shop!
Braunschweig have gone for a new look on their return to Bundesliga 2 with a striking design and new sponsor in KOSATEC. The Lions fight and bite as they look to secure points on their hope turf with the statement "At home, together in yellow and blue, for our BTSV!"
You can buy the new Braunschweig jersey right here at the official club shop!
The new HSV home shirt combines the club's traditional colours of blue, white and black all in one. And of course, there are red shorts to go with it, as well as blue socks. The jerseys are made out of 100 per cent recycled materials and are equipped with moisture-absorbing technology for that perfect feeling. The star as a former Bundesliga champion sits proudly above the club crest, while the neck carries the words "Nur der HSV".
You can buy the new HSV jersey right here at the official club shop!
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