This is what is expected to be the new Dortmund home kit for 2019/20 as manufactured by Puma. The new BVB shirt is expected to be released in the next few days ahead of their final home league clash of the season against Fortuna Dusseldorf. (Sales will officially begin on 9-10 May, and the club have already begun taking pre-orders)
This pic looks like it might be the real deal. As always, EVONIK and Opel to be the shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Eintracht Frankfurt kit 2018/19, SGE’s new home jersey for the upcoming German Bundesliga season. The new Eintracht kit was officially unveiled on June 19, 2018, EXACTLY a month after the club’s famous DFB Pokal final win over Bayern Munich. Continue reading
This is the new Freiburg home kit 2018/19, SC Freiburg’s new home strip for the upcoming Bundesliga season. The club narrowly survived relegation in 2017/18, securing a crucial 2-0 win over Augsburg on the final day of the season to preserve their top flight status.
The new Freiburg home shirt, made by Hummel, features a striped design this time around, with black detailing on the neck, sleeves and sides. 1904, the year in which the club was founded, appears on the back of the jersey,
Dairy brand Schwarzwaldmilch remain principal front of the shirt sponsors, with energy supplier Badenova, who inked a partnership deal earlier this year, appearing on the sleeves. Continue reading
VfB Stuttgart have today (May 15, 2018) announced a new deal with Jako that will see the latter replace Puma as the club’s kit partners beginning the 2019/2020 season. The current Puma Stuttgart association is a long one that began back in 2002, with VfB opting for a change after 17 years. Both parties have their roots in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, and the contract is for a period of four years.
Jako made uniforms for only one club- Bayer Leverkusen, in the 2017/18 Bundesliga season.
The club finished 7th in the 2017/18 BuLi season and handed champions Bayern Munich a 4-1 defeat on the final day of the campaign. Continue reading
This is the new Hoffenheim kit 2018/19, TSG 1899’s new home strip for the upcoming German Bundesliga season. Made by Lotto, the new Hoffenheim top was officially unveiled on May 11, 2018, ahead of the side’s crunch weekend clash against Borussia Dortmund.
Hoffenheim are currently fourth in the Bundesliga table, tied on points with Leverkusen, but ahead of them on goal difference. They were also present in the playoff rounds of the 17/18 Champions League where they lost to eventual finalists Liverpool.
The new Hoffenheim kit is an all-blue creation from the Lotto stable. SAP are principal shirt sponsors, with the words “Ein team, Ein Weg, Einmalig” present on the back of the jersey Continue reading
This is the new Bayern jersey 2018/19, FC Bayern Munchen’s new home strip for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Adidas, the new Bayern 18/19 home kit was officially unveiled on 8 May, 2018.
Bayern won the Bundesliga in 2017/18 and also reached the semifinals of the Champions League, where they were narrowly beaten by Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The new shirt contains diamonds from the club badge in a M shape, a nod to the club’s “Mia san Mia” slogan. The new uniform will be first worn this weekend when Bayern take on Stuttgart and also in the upcoming DFB Pokal final against Eintracht Frankfurt.
The likes of Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben are here seen modelling the new Bayern top Continue reading
The new Bundesliga season begins in a week’s time, and the big question remains what it’s been for most of this decade- is anybody capable of stopping the Bayern Munich juggernaut?
The Bavarian giants won their 26th Bundesliga title in 2016/17, thus becoming the first German side to win five domestic titles in a row. While the rest of the spots for the Champions League and Europa League were tightly contested, Bayern won the title at a canter- they finished a good 15 points ahead of surprise packages Leipzig, who managed to get an automatic spot in the Champions League in their first season after promotion. Traditional rivals Dortmund had to settle for third. Unfancied Hoffenheim finished 4th and they will have a playoff against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool to decide whether there will be four German sides in the group stages of the Champions League this season or just the three.
Only five points separated 2nd place Leipzig from 4th placed Dortmund, and the gap between 5th place FC Koln and 10th place Schalke was just six points.
There will be some major kit changes in the Bundesliga for 2018/19, with Schalke leaving Adidas for Umbro, Borussia Monchengladbach parting ways with Kappa and joining hands with Puma and Koln expected to ink a deal with Uhlsport, but here is a look at the clubs and their kit makers for 17/18. Continue reading