Bayern introduces new shirt: fans are missing out on important details

Bayern Munich’s new shirt.

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Bayern Munich presents their new shirt away for next season. The city of Munich plays a major role in design.

Munich – The time of leaks and speculation is over: Bayern Munich has released their first new shirt for the 2021/22 season. Away from his homeland, future record champions will be competing in black and gold with the “Munich Honor”. (With our new free FCB newsletter you are always well informed.)

The new dress features a basic black color, and gold accents ensure an elegant look. In the front, white dots form a delicate diamond look, but the highlight on the back and on the sockets: There is the print of Munich City Landmark – Münchner Kindl.

Bayern Munich: Presenting a new shirt away from home

The aim of the coat of arms is “to symbolize the bonds of the League with the Bavarian capital and to recall the roots of the German record champions”, as stated in the accompanying press release. For this, the letters “Mia San Mia” must give way. The jersey will be worn for the first time on the final day of the current season against FC Augsburg, where 250 spectators are allowed.

Thomas Muller in the new shirt for Bayern Munich.

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The design resembles a site leak Footie addresses A few weeks ago, it’s a little different. On taking a second look, you’ll notice that the five stars of the 31 leagues are completely missing. It will only be found on the new home jersey, which has yet to be launched. The club confirmed this.

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Bayern Munich shirt: fans miss the five stars

Some fans are disappointed about it, as they relied on the details. One user asks, “What a great shirt, but why aren’t there stars?” There is also criticism of the sponsor of sleeves, which is a Qatari company. “Nobody wants to announce human rights violations,” you can read on Twitter, for example.

The Münchner Kindl adorns the back of the new Bayern Munich jersey.

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Three players will only wear the new shirt once: Jerome Boateng, David Alaba and Javi Martinez say goodbye to Bayern Munich with one last look. The association honored its achievements with a passionate documentary film. (epp)


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