Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and the rest of the Bundesliga teams are turning out in fine style once again in 2020/21. Want to own one of their jerseys? Scroll on down to find out how!
One of two clubs promoted to the Bundesliga for the 2020/21 season, Arminia Bielefeld have revealed all three of their jerseys for the upcoming campaign back in the top-flight. Their usual black home strip has been accompanied by white and blue stripes across the middle and those stripes are the same style on the white away shirt. Meanwhile, a vibrant orange third kit completes the Bielefeld set.
You can find all of Bielefeld's new jerseys here in their online shop.
Augsburg's traditional colours of red, green and white take centre stage, with each of the three shirt designs based around one of the respective colours. The shirts have been kept intentionally plain, priding themselves on several small details.
You can buy Augsburg's new jerseys here in the club's online shop.
Die Werkself went all red last season, and have followed the same idea while switching colours to black for the 2020/21 campaign. The home shirt got its first run-out in Leverkusen's final game of the 2019/20 season against Mainz.
You can find Leverkusen's new jersey here in their online shop.
The Bayern home kit is in the club's traditional all-red colours with a white trim.
It made an historic debut on 10 June in Bayern's DFB Cup semi-final victory over Eintracht Frankfurt before going on to feature in each of their remaining fixtures on the way to clinching a 29th Bundesliga title.
Bayern's away number is a tasteful white hue with grey sleeves and red/orange trim, not too dissimilar to their road colours worn during the 2012/13 treble-winning season.
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The home kit displays the club's traditional black and yellow colours in a totally new style for Dortmund.
"The assertive lightning pattern - true to style in black and yellow - signals dynamic full-throttle events. High voltage is guaranteed both on and off the pitch," read a statement on the club's website.
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For their return to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in four years, Gladbach have returned to a simplistic white-and-grey design with their 2020/21 home jersey.
Their away threads are a stylish black, fading to grey in parts, with dashes of white.
You can find Gladbach's new jersey in their online shop.
The traditional white Cologne home kit will be complemented with strong, red accents. In the middle of the kit run two vertical lines, as well as along both sides of the shirt below the armpit. This will then be continued along the sides of the shorts and socks in order to ensure a harmonic and dynamic look.
You can buy the new Cologne jersey from their online shop.
Eintracht's 2020/21 home shirt has a classic style with vertical black and red stripes, the latter featuring the shaded Römer battlements. The collar has the club's SGE initials with the Eintracht eagle proudly in black on the chest.
You can find Frankfurt's new jersey here in their online shop.
Based around Freiburg's traditional colours, the Black Forest-based players will take to the pitch in a classic red design complete with white sleeves. Particularly eye-catching are the embossed griffins that give the front of the shirt a unique charm. This year's design also features a number of subtle details that are not at all obvious at first glance. An example of this is the inside neck of the shirt, where a printed silhouette of Freiburg fans can be found along with the slogan "Heimat, Leidenschaft, Zukunft" (Home, Passion, Future), which is adorned on the inside of the collar.
You can buy Freiburg's new home jersey here in the club's online shop.
Hertha may have produced the most stunning kits of the upcoming season. The home kit is a classic look for the Old Lady with simplicity being the key as their iconic blue and white stripes stand proudly.
Meanwhile, Hertha's away kit takes a different approach - "a modern take on splash art patterns with a wild, powerful, momentous blue and black design, designed to reflect the diversity, openness, and vigour of Berlin," reads the club website.
You can buy Hertha's new jerseys here in their online shop.
Hoffenheim's collection not only stands out in terms of design, but in terms of functionality as well: the breathable mesh design and the elastic sleeves ensure optimal comfort for the wearer.
The new away jersey design features a discreet pattern in beige on the front and back and is rounded off by two stripes in contrasting colours (navy and gold) on the collar and sleeves. The third jersey in the Joma collection is a total ground-breaker: for the first time, TSG will play in an eye-catching pink shirt that boasts a stylish look.
You can buy Hoffenheim's new jerseys here in the club's online shop.
The new Mainz jersey recently won a German Brand Award. Red tones stand out on the chest while a change from last season's kit it the red and white elements on the sleeve. The club logo is on the chest and, for the first time, the Mainz coat of arms adorns the collar, showing off the connection to the city. The jersey is rounded off on the back by golden piping.
You can buy the New Mainz in their online shop.
Leipzig's new design is highlighted by the flame-styled pattern on the side of the shirt, with red and yellow colouring for an energetic effect. Inspired by the vibrant colours of the Red Bull logo, which have been transformed into a laser-cut print on the side and lend the kit a certain dynamism.
You can find Leipzig's new jersey from 27 July here in their online shop.
For the coming season, Schalke will play at home in their classic Royal Blue jersey with white collar and trim. The jersey shows a city map of the streets and neighbourhoods around the Veltins-Arena. The stadium is shown on the chest - enlarged and overlaying the city map. The new third jersey is the most modern of the three. The lifestyle shirt in lime green, made of soft material and with black shorts, is a nod to the city of Gelsenkirchen, whose coat of arms shows a linden tree and whose colours are green and black.
You can buy the latest Schalke jerseys on their online shop.
The second of the Bundesliga's two newly promoted sides, Stuttgart, are making their return to the top-flight after one campaign away in style.
The home jersey, in its inimitable white with red hoop around the chest, harks back to the Stuttgart shirt from the 1987/88 season and features its design in the fabric.
For the away jersey, Stuttgart chose the path less trodden and came up with an incredibly unique design. The colour draws inspiration from the 1997/98 away jersey, while a street map of the city of Stuttgart adorns the front of the shirt, with the beating heart of the club – namely the stadium – featured right underneath the badge.
You can buy Stuttgart's new jerseys here in the club's official shop.
The 2020/21 season will mark the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of the Sportparks Sadowa - today's Stadion An der Alten Försterei. The new home kit is completely red. The trim of the sleeves have a white and yellow stripe with the text "100 YEARS OF THE STADION AN DER ALTEN FÖRSTEREI".
On their travels, Union will wear a white number, adorned with two-tone diagonal grey stripes. Their new kit supplier is world-leading German brand, adidas.
You can buy your very own Union outfit at their club shop.
Launched alongside the slogan 'diamonds, lifelong diamonds', the new Bremen shirt pays homage to the club's diamond logo, incorporating the pattern in different shades and sizes, making for a snazzy outfit.
The white away shirt with lighter green on the sleeves earns Bremen's design team a well-deserved pat on the back.
You can find Bremen's new jerseys here in their online shop.
Wolfsburg have changed things up slightly for this season with a jersey designed to appeal to the genuine supporter and are "not for fashion fans", as the Wolves' accompanying advertising campaign makes very clear.
A lighter shade of green on the home shirt is matched with the crisp black/green of the away shirt.
You can find Wolfsburg's new jerseys here in their online shop.
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