Bundesliga club FC Koln have today (October 29, 2015) officially unveiled their new “Karneval” jersey for 2015. It is the third straight season that Cologne have released a special Carnival shirt. Made by Erima, the funky design is inspired by the uniform of “Rote Funken” Continue reading
These are the new FC Koln shirts 2015/16, Koln’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming Bundesliga season. The new Cologne shirts have been made by Erima.
Cologne finished 12th in the Bundesliga last season. They are one of the most popular clubs in Germany- only Bayern, Dortmund, Schalke and Borussia Monchengladbach sold more jerseys than the GeibBocke last season.
Koln’s new home shirt is predominantly white with red on the neckline and the cuffs The stand out bits are the thin diagonal pinstripes, which pay tribute to the Cologne Cathedral (Kolner Dom)- one can see it at three different places on the front.
The away strip is an all red one, featuring thick diagonal bands. Inside the back of the neck are the words “Spurbar Anders”, which in English means “appreciably different”, Continue reading
This is the new FC Koeln kit 2014/15, newly promoted Bundesliga side Cologne’s new jersey for the upcoming 14/15 Bundesliga season. Koln won the 2.Bundesliga in 2013/14 to win promotion to the German top flight. The new Koln kit has been made by Erima and was officially unveiled on 4 May, 2014 Continue reading
After the release of the new FC Koln Erima Home kit 2012/13, we now have the new away and third shirts that the Billy Goats will wear during the 2012/13 2.Bundesliga season. Koln, the club Lukas Podolski represented before his switch to Arsenal, were relegated from the Bundesliga last season. Continue reading
This is the new Heracles Almelo home shirt 2012/13, the home kit for Dutch Eredivisie outfit Heracles Almelo for the forthcoming 2012/2013 season. The new HAFC shirt has been made by Erima, who have become the club’s new technical kit partners after taking over from Jako. Heracles’ new 2012/13 jersey sees a departure from tradition, with the traditional thin stripes giving way Continue reading