Buy the new Bundesliga jerseys for the for the 2020/21 season!

bundesliga.com, 2 July 2020, 09:05
Buy the new Bundesliga jerseys for the for the 2020/21 season!

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!

Bayern Munich

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.

Click here to purchase from Bayern's online shop.

Borussia Dortmund

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.

Click here to purchase from BVB's online shop.

RB Leipzig

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.

Borussia Mönchengladbach

For their return to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in four years, Gladbach have returned to a simplistic design with their 2020/21 jersey.

You can find Gladbach's new jersey in their online shop.

Bayer Leverkusen

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.

Wolfsburg

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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