These are the new Hertha Berlin kits 2021/22, Hertha BSC’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Nike, the new Hertha football tops were officially unveiled on June 29, 2021. The club finished 14th in the 2020/21 season, just two points above Koln, who had to play a relegation-promotion playoff.
The new home shirt features the club’s blue and white stripes in a modern design, while the change shirt is dark blue with turquoise detailing. AutoHero are the primary shirt sponsors of the new Hertha shirt, with Hyundai on the sleeves.
The words HaHoHe can also be seen on the back of the new Hertha 2021/2022 shirt.
This is the new Hannover 96 125th anniversary shirt 2021, H96’s new special edition retro kit to celebrate 125 years (they were founded in 1896). Made by Macron, the new H96 125 anniversary jersey is a striped creation based on the club’s 1971/72 uniform (red and black vertical stripes)
Insider the hem are the words “96 Niemals Allein! Wir gehen Hand in Hand” (96 Never Alone! We go hand in hand)
On the back of the jersey, the founding year (1896) as well the 125th anniversary year (2021) can be seen. Continue reading
This is the new Mainz carnival kit 2021, a special edition jersey for Bundesliga side FSV Mainz 05. Made by Kappa, this Mainz Fastnacht shirt was officially unveiled in the first week of February 2021. This is also Kappa’s first attempt at a carnival jersey after taking over as the club’s kit partners from Lotto at the beginning of the current campaign.
Only 1905 shirts (the year of the club’s founding) will be available for purchase. The reverse of the jersey has the names of those Mainz season ticket holders who opted not to take a refund when games were being played behind closed doors during the pandemic. Continue reading
Barcelona will look to make it three Nike teams in the last four of the Champions League when they take on German champions Bayern Munich in Lisbon. PSG’s win over Atalanta and Leipzig’s triumph over Atleti means two of the four teams in the semis are already Nike ones. If Barca can get the better of Bayern and Man City (Puma) see off Lyon, we could have a case of no Adidas outfitted teams in the top four of Europe’s premier club competition.
Bayern are expected to don their new Adidas change kit for this game, presumably to avoid a kit clash with the Blaugrana’s home uniform colours (FCB are the designated home side, even though this game is being played on neutral ground in Lisbon). The Bavarians wore their darker European kit against Olympiakos and Leipzig, but will be donning next season’s 20/21 uniform here. Continue reading