Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and the rest of the Bundesliga teams will be turning out in fine style once again in 2021/22. We'll have all the official jerseys for you in one place as they're dropped.
Unorthodoxly, Bayern released their away jersey before their home jersey for the 2021/22 season. The new kit was worn for the first time in the Bundesliga champions' final game of 2020/21 against Augsburg. The shirt has been inspired by home, though, with a gold and black strip as well as the Munich coat of arms on the back of the shirt.
Now the home jersey has followed, just in time for the new campaign.
You can buy the new Bayern jerseys right here in the Bayern club shop!
Bundesliga giants Dortmund have revealed their new home and away jerseys for the coming season, sticking to their usual colours of black and yellow but this time with a twist. The shirt is fitted with striped sleeves, and the contrasting black neck area makes the jersey a real eye-catcher. Marco Reus, Erling Haaland and Co. were seen in the new shirt for the first time on the final day of the 2020/21 campaign against Bayer Leverkusen.
You can buy the new jerseys right here in the Dortmund club shop!
Runners-up to Bayern in 2020/21, it's set to be a summer of change at the Red Bull Arena with Julian Nagelsmann departing for Munich, and Leipzig will go into the new campaign with a fresh new look. "The new jersey features a progressive and striking design. Together with Nike, RB Leipzig have come up with this exciting new look," reads the design statement on the club's website. "The dynamic texture of the shirt allows it to fit like a second skin. For the first time, our club credo of 'You Can Do Anything' will be printed on the back of the shirt."
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Leipzig club shop!
The Foals' new kit for the coming campaign is a throwback to the 1990s, with various design elements serving as memories of the time. The main colour of the shirt remains white, while green and black stripes adorn the collar in a nod to the striped kits worn by the club in the 90s. Their away jersey is a moody green, with camouflage sleeves.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Gladbach club shop!
After qualifying for the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2015/16, the Wolves will be wanting to look their sharpest for the new season ahead. With that in mind, Wolfsburg have revealed all three kits for 2020/21, all made of recycled plastic to lessen their environmental impact; the kind of sustainability they'll be hoping for out on the pitch too.
You can buy them all right here in the Wolfsburg club shop!
Once again, Hoffenheim are breaking boundaries with their new home jersey which - including the socks and shorts - is once again made from recycled and reprocessed plastic bottles. The jersey is decorated with a harmonious color gradient from our classic Hoffenheim blue to a darker shade of blue. This is created by fine dark blue lines that run in a triangle shape from the chest area down.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Hoffenheim club shop!
The VfB home shirt for the 2021/22 season combines the club’s traditional colours and famous design with a modern touch. The white shirt with the red ring around the chest now has red and black trim, underlining the traditional colours of the local Württemberg region. Their away strip is almost inverse, with a sharp new all-red design that plays on the club badge for their travels next term.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Stuttgart club shop!
Going into their second straight Bundesliga season, Bielefeld have unveiled all three of their kits for 2021/22. Although they insist they are not a "plastic club", the jerseys are all made out of the recycled material. The home shirt sticks to their usual blue, black and white colours, while it's mostly black for away days - although still with hints of blue and white. And when needed, it's red for their third kit.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Bielefeld club shop!
The Old Lady are 'turning up Berlin' with their latest design, combining tradition with the unique Berlin attitude to life. The predominantly white home strip combines the classic, blue vertical stripes with a dynamic and modern look for the upcoming season. For the first time, the neck of the new jersey will feature their 'HaHoHe' chant. The new shirt is complemented by blue shorts and white socks. Released at the same time, the away jersey is navy blue.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Hertha club shop!
'No matter what you do. No matter who you are. Wear it with pride!' is how Bundesliga newcomers Fürth announced the release of their new kit. After years of sporting hoops, the Bavarian club have gone for a modern design with different shades of the side's green colours. The back of the neck brings a reminder of the club's Franconian roots with the words "Fußball auf Fränkisch".
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Fürth club shop!
After black and red stripes last year, it's a retro all-black number this time from UEFA Europa League-bound Frankfurt. The club crest featuring the famous eagle is in black and white, while the initials SGE are on the neck. The matching home shorts are black with red stripes down the side, and also feature the black-and-white Eintracht eagle, while the socks are black with a broad red stripe in the upper knee area.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Frankfurt club shop!
The Black Forest club released all three of their jerseys at once. The home shirt features the club colours of red and white. Splashed across the kit is a large print that resembles slash marks from the club's claw-like grip on you. The new away kit is black and red, while the third shirt this season will be a nice light blue. Another highlight of the kits is the new hologram emblem on the hem of all three shirts, which reflects both our new stadium and the club badge.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Freiburg club shop!
Augsburg have gone back to their roots for 2021/22 with a design based on the kit players wore in 1969/70 boasting the new club colours of red, green and white following the fusion of BC Augsburg with TSV Schwaben Augsburg. The front has stripes of red and green, while the back is all red. It means all three club colours are combined on a modern but traditional jersey.
You can buy the new home jersey right here in the Augsburg club shop!
Union have released their new third kit first this year - and for a good reason. It's part of their new Forest Masters (Waldmeister) project aimed at combatting the loss of greenery in the Berlin district of Köpenick. As such, €5 from every third kit sold until the end of the year will go towards the planting of new trees in the forests of Köpenick.
"In recent years, our third jersey has often surprised with unusual colour variations. This year, we decided to focus even more on sustainability. With its forests and lakes, our home district of Köpenick provides plenty of oxygen and drinking water for the entire city. To keep it that way, it needs the support of all of us. Together with Berliner Forsten, we are taking up this cause and are already looking forward to our first joint project," said club managing director of finance and sales Thomas Stäpke.
You can buy the new third kit right here in the Union club shop!
Cologne's new jersey is made of recycled polyester - a first for the club. The home shirt, shorts and socks are all predominantly white with a red finish. "We've set ourselves clear sustainability goals at Cologne," said club CEO Alexander Wehrle. "Which means that our jersey is made of recycled material. At the same time, it must meet all functional requirements and look good.
You can buy the new jerseys right here in the Cologne club shop!
Bochum return to the Bundesliga after an 11-year absence with an homage to their time in the top flight during the 1980s and their home on Castroper Straße. The colours are described as 'floodlight' and 'floodlight blue' in reference to the floodlights high above the Ruhrstadion that guide fans to the stadium.
You can buy the new kits right here in the Bochum club shop!
Sporting the club's colours of red and white, the front of the Mainz home jersey is in an M pattern, harking back to the popular chequered design of 1996/97. The reverse side is completely red, while gold stripes on the side reference the home and heart of the club as the golden city on the Rhine. The 05ers also released their new third kit in black and gold.
You can buy the new kits right here in the Mainz club shop!
Reminiscent of the design from the 2001/02 season, Leverkusen's new home kit combines state-of-the-art jersey technology and club history. The vertical black and red stripes in particular evoke images of what's regarded as the club's best-ever season when they finished runners-up in the Bundesliga, DFB Cup and UEFA Champions League. The word "WERKS11" is printed on the outside of the neckband. The new away offering, meanwhile, is a sleek white number that has red and black detailing on the sides and sleeves.
You can buy the new kit right here in the Leverkusen club shop!
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