Bayern Munich will play in a one-off Oktoberfest jersey when they take on Bochum at the Allianz Arena on Saturday.
The city’s famous Oktoberfest was supposed to kick off on Saturday, but has been cancelled for a second straight year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The club explained that the Oktoberfest is a part of the Bavarian way of life, so they still want to mark the traditional festival with a special kit.
The strip is dark green with a gold logo and accents on the arms to make it resemble classic lederhosen.
It is currently only available in pre-sale for members, but will be opened up to everyone from the day of the game in all club stores and online.
Bayern have regularly released one-off kits over past seasons. Their most recent special shirt was the Human Race jersey designed by Pharrell Williams intended to raise awareness for diversity, tolerance and peaceful togetherness.
That shirt was worn in their 2020/21 DFB Cup second-round tie at Holstein Kiel, while they previously played in kits made entirely from recycled ocean plastic back in 2016.