Germany Euro 2016 Jersey

Official- New Germany Euro 2016 Jersey- German Home Kit 2016-17

This is the new Germany home jersey 16/17, the German national team’s new home strip for Euro 2016 and other games in the 2016/2017 international season. Die Mannschaft’s new shirt has been made by Adidas and was officially revealed on November 9, 2015 with the likes of Emre Can (Liverpool) and Lukas Podolski (former Arsenal and now Galatasaray) present at the unveiling.

The jersey features a “success bar code” design on the front which represents the nation’s previous successes at continental and world levels. Germany are the reigning world champions, having beaten Argentina in last year’s World Cup final.

The predominantly white shirt, with black, red and gold detailing, will be paired with black shorts and socks.

The Adidas stripes will move to the side from the shoulders, and the new uniform will be first worn when the national team take on France later this week.

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7 thoughts on “Official- New Germany Euro 2016 Jersey- German Home Kit 2016-17

  1. Sean

    Nice to see they’ve gone back to black shorts and socks.

    Good job Adidas, don’t understand the bar code idea (can it be scanned?), but it adds to the novelty.

  2. Albert

    Best Germany home kit since the Sith Africa Would Cup 2010 for Germany in my view and massively better than the one Germany had for the last Word Cup in Brazil in my view.

    Big fan of Germany since Euro 96.

  3. Les Glum

    Hallelujah ! !

    At last, we are moving away from that ridiculous FIFA directive that forced so many countries to abandon their historical kits and go for all one colour , Germany, Holland, Italy etc etc all ended up with shirts,shorts, socks the same colour, even Brazil had to wear white shorts to the word cup instead of their usual blue.

    Personally, i can’t stand the German football team but well done to them for going back to their roots ! ! !

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