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New RB Leipzig Away Jersey 2022-2023 | Red RBL Alternate Kit 22-23 Nike

This is the new RB Leipzig away kit 2022/23, RasenballSport Leipzig’s new alternate uniform for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Nike, the new RBL away shirt was officially unveiled on May 17, 2022 by the German club.

The new kit is predominantly red with a burgundy stripe design on the front. On the back of the shirt are the words “You can do anything”. The numbers and lettering are both in white on the reverse, as can be seen in the pics below.

Leipzig finished fourth in the 2021/22 Bundesliga, thus managing to qualify for the 22/23 Champions League. They also reached the semifinals of the 21/22 Europa League before losing to Rangers, and will feature in the German Cup final later this month. Continue reading

Closeup of new Dortmund Shirt 22-23

New Borussia Dortmund Jersey 2022-23 | BVB Puma Home Kit 22-23

This is the new Dortmund home shirt 2022/23, German giants BVB’s new primary jersey for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Puma, the new Dortmund kit was officially unveiled on May 13, 2022 and will make their on-field debut this weekend when BVB take on Hertha Berlin in their final league game of the season. That game could also decide which one of Stuttgart or Hertha end up having to play the promotion/relegation playoff.

The jersey features a pattern that is a nod to the windows of the Wildschutz restaurant- the place where the original founding members of the club met. It also has “Borussia Verbindet” (Borussia Unites) on the reverse of the jersey, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

St Pauli No Place for Racism Limited Shirt 2022

New St Pauli Anti Racism Jersey 2022 | DIIY St Pauli FC No Place for Racism Special Shirt

This is the new St Pauli anti racism shirt 2022, a special, limited edition shirt released by 2.Bundesliga club St Pauli. Made by DIIY (their own brand), this St.Pauli kit was unveiled on 25 March, 2022. The club currently lead the 2.Bundesliga table and will be aiming to return to the German top flight next season.

The shirt carries the message “Kein Platz fur Rassismus” (No Place for Racism) on the front, as can be seen in the pics below. Certain proceeds from sales (amounting to 10,000 euros) will be donated to charity by the club. Continue reading