Germany have added a snazzy change strip to the first-choice ensemble they will wear when they defend their FIFA World Cup title in Russia later this summer.
The new adidas number is "a modern interpretation of the famous green 1990 World Cup away jersey worn in the semi-final vs. England," which Germany won on penalties before beating Argentina in the final.
Germany's white-and-black home shirt, another stylish 90s throwback, was released in December.
"Of course I know the shirts from 1990, I see the parallels, and so good omens for the World Cup," said Bayern Munich and Germany centre-back Mats Hummels, who was just 18 months old when Bayern legend Lothar Matthäus raised football's most-coveted prize aloft at Italia 90.
Germany clinched their place at the finals with ten wins from ten in qualifying. The four-time winners, drawn in Group F, begin their title defence against Mexico on 17 June, before facing Sweden and South Korea.