This is the new special coal and steel Borussia Dortmund shirt 2022/23, a special edition strip worn by German giants Borussia Dortmund over the weekend against Hertha Berlin. The colours of the kit pay tribute to Dortmund’s past as a mining and steel town- the shirt is all black while the lettering and numbers of the jersey have a steel-like feature to them, as can be seen in the pics below.
Dortmund won the game against Hertha Berlin 4-1, with Adeyemi, Malen, Reus and Brandt scoring for BVB.
Falkirk FC have signed a new kit deal with O’Neills that will see the Irish company replace Puma as the club’s uniform partners beginning the 2023/24 season. The Falkirk O’Neills deal is for a period of five years- from 23/24 till the end of the 27/28 season.
Puma have been manufacturing Falkirk’s strips since 2008, so this ends nearly a decade and a half association with the German firm for the Bairns.
The club currently compete in Scottish football’s third tier (League One) and finished 6th last season. They’re currently third in the 2022-23 season table at the time of writing.
Falkirk last played in the Scottish Premier League back in 2009/10.
This 2022/23 (home top) below will therefore be the last Falkirk Puma strip.
This is the new Bengaluru FC third kit 22/23, the Bangalore based ISL outfit’s new second alternate strip for the current campaign. The new third shirt has been made by Puma (also see their new home and away uniforms)
The jersey is green in colour, and is a nod to JSW Cement (club partner)’s green initiative, aimed at conserving resources and reducing carbon footprint.
Bengaluru are third in the Indian Super League table at the time of writing, and will square off against Mumbai City in their next game.