Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and the rest of the Bundesliga teams are turning out in fine style once again in 2019/20. Want to own one of their jerseys? Scroll on down to find out how!
The Bayern home kit is in the club’s traditional all-red colours and is available to buy from Bayern’s online shop.
The strip features a diamond design that pays homage to the unique architecture of Bayern's Allianz Arena.
It made an historic debut on May 18 as the Bavarians clinched a record seventh consecutive Bundesliga trophy and the first to be confirmed at the Allianz.
The home kit displays the club’s traditional black and yellow colours and is available to buy from BVB’s online shop.
The inside of the jersey has the following lettering to celebrate the club's 110th anniversary: "110 Jahre - Gestern - Heute - Morgen - Für Immer - Borussia Dortmund" (110 years - yesterday - today - tomorrow - forever - Borussia Dortmund).
For Leipzig's first season with Julian Nagelsmann in charge, a slight update from last campaign's style. Still holding onto the main white home kit and dark blue away kit.
You can find Leipzig's new jersey here in their online shop.
Schalke’s second year with manufacturer Umbro of course sticks to the club’s traditional Royal Blue colours but also includes a stylish design on the arms. The collar on the back also features the club’s motto “Wir leben dich” alongside the logo.
The jersey is available for purchase on the Schalke online shop.
Die Werkself have gone with a classic all red kit at the request of the players as they prepare for a return to the UEFA Champions League. It features diagonal stripes of differing tones and "Werkself" on the neck.
You can find Leverkusen's new jersey here in their online shop.
The home kit displays the club’s traditional colours of white, green and black, displaying "a dynamic look, inspired by the fortress of Borussia-Park".
The jersey is available to buy from the Gladbach online shop.
Wolfsburg's dark green home jersey features a striking light X-shape. It features the city of Wolfsburg's crest on the neck, while this season's away kit is a light blue number.
You can find Wolfsburg's new jersey here in their online shop.
After wowing Europe last season, Frankfurt have stepped things up a notch with their new home kit. Displaying the club’s three colours of black, white and red in vertical stripes on the front, there will be no missing this Nike design. The club’s initials of SGE are found on the neck, while the name ‘Eintracht’ will be printed on the back alongside player names for home games. When playing away, focus turns to the city and “Frankfurt” will be printed instead.
The jersey is available for purchase on the Frankfurt online shop.
Spanish sports brand Joma have taken over Hoffenheim's kit manufacturing this season for the first time, and have produced high-quality custom design kits keeping Hoffenheim's blue home shirt colour in the forefront of their places.
The jersey is available for purchase on the Hoffenheim online shop.
Umbro's second season of partnership with Bremen has produced another stunning kit for the 2019/20. Simplistic and slick, the green home shirt and white away jersey are a perfect pair for the Green-Whites.
The jersey is available for purchase on the Bremen online shop.
The home kit is in the club's traditional red and white colours and also features "125 Jahre 1895 - 2020" in gold under the badge to celebrate Fortuna's 125th anniversary.
The next area also contains a picture of club legend Manfred Bockenfeld celebrating and the phrase "Kämpfen und Siegen seit 1895" - Battling and winning since 1895.
The jersey is available to buy from the Fortuna online shop.
Mainz's new outfit embraces both the modern and the traditional. The vivid red colour is a nod to the club's past, while the white and grey stripes that are interwoven give it a fresh look.
As an extra little feature, the club logo in the top-left corner - which includes a reference to the year of Mainz's founding in 1905 - appears as a 3D image. The jersey is available for purchase on the Mainz online shop.
While Hertha are no longer the only capital club in the Bundesliga, they are the only one with white and blue stripes. This season one strip less than last, as well as a brand new style of away kit.
Both jerseys are available for purchase on the Hertha online shop.
Freiburg have stuck with their traditional black and red motif for their home shirts, but have bucked the trend somewhat with a dash of the ostentatious in their purple alternative jerseys.
All three shirts are available for purchase on the Freiburg online shop.
There are no radical changes from the Augsburg shirt designers this year, with the club sticking with their tried and trusted white and green colours on the home jersey.
Head to the Augsburg online shop to grab yours!
The Carnival club are back in the big time after a one-season absence, returning immediately after clinching the Bundesliga 2 title in 2018/19.
All three jerseys - home, away and third - are available for purchase on the Cologne online shop.
Union are going all red for their maiden Bundesliga season. A special feature particularly pleasing to fans is the club motto "Wir werden ewig leben" (We will live forever) sewn into the inside hem on the neck.
Get yourself Union's first ever Bundesliga kit right here.
Paderborn have gone with their traditional black and blue colours on their home jerseys as they return to the Bundesliga in 2019/20, but have walked on the wild side with their eye-catching green third kit.
The jersey is available for purchase on the Paderborn online shop.
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