The most successful Bundesliga club is Bayern Munich with over 30 titles. The German club had several of the 2014 World Cup winners that included Bastian Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm, Mario Gotze, Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and Manuel Neuer. Bayern, who now play at the 75,024-seater Allianz Arena with rivals 1860 Munich, has become known for its trademark red and white kits and designs. Originally the club wore white and black (and sometimes blue also), but Bayern has worn mainly red for most of its history. In 1995 Bayern wore a predominantly blue kit for four seasons, but has since worn red with white trimmings consistently. Bayern’s kit is currently manufactured by Adidas (who also own part of the club), with the corporate shirt sponsor T-Mobile.
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- Bayern Munich Goalkeeper Shirts
- Men’s Bayern Munich Shirt
Bayern Munich 23/24 Home Kit
For the first time in their kit history, Bayern Munich had a predominantly white home kit, produced by kit maker adidas for the 2023/24 season. With red sleeves accompanying the white body, it provided some kind of a reverse ‘Arsenal‘ look. While the colour dynamic may seem new, it’s something that had already appeared in the past, specifically in the pre-70s era. In 1932 when they won their first national title, Bayern wore a light silver shirt with burgundy sleeves.
2022/23 Bayern Munich Home Shirt
Bayern Munich players wore a red adidas shirt with white accents for the 2022/23 season. Specific to the jersey was the horizontal barcode-style striping of uneven density, making it instantly recognisable among the club’s history of red homes. White sleeve cuffs, round collar, and shoulder stripes complete the look of this Bayern outfit.
2021/22 Bayern Munich Home Shirt
Bayern Munich’s home shirt for the 2021/22 season employs a dark shade of red called Craft Red for the base. It allows the secondary colour accents to stand out, such as the white adidas shoulder stripes and sleeve cuff pipings, tonal chevron striping dominating from the chest down, and the entire backside featuring the same light tone shading as the chevron pattern. The v-collar is an influence from the kit maker’s Condivo 20 template employed last year.
2020/21 Bayern Munich Home Shirt
As early as now, the football world is given a treat by Die Bayern as they recently unveiled their home kit for the 2020-2021 season. At first glance, the kit looks plain red. But upon closer inspection, the kit reveals a thick gradient jacquard striped design on the main body panel. The rest of the applications are white, as seen on the adidas logo on the right chest, Deutsche Telekom logo on the front centre, and the three stripes running down on each lateral. The team crest on the left chest is on full colours while the Qatar Airways branding on the left sleeve is white.
Other white accents on the kit are the pipings on the sleeves and collar, and the FC BAYERN MUNCHEN lettering on the top portion of the back. Red shorts and red socks with white stripes on the trim complete the 2020-2021 Bayern Munich home kit.
Children’s Bayern Munich Kit
Since producing replica kits the player shirts have been popular with kids with players such as Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm, Mario Gomez, Thomas Muller, Miroslav Klose, Lucio, Roy Makaay, Ze Roberto and Michael Ballack.
The club’s academy have had a strong tradition in producing talents such as Thomas Muller and Holger Badstuber.
Bayern Munich Goalkeeper Shirts
Bayern Munich’s goalkeeper kits have predominantly been green, red and white. The club have had many great goalkeepers that wore the shirt including Sepp Maier, Oliver Kahn, Raimond Aumann, Manuel Neuer and Jean-Maire Pfaff.
Men’s Bayern Munich Shirt
Bayern Munich whose nickname is the Bavarians play their home games wearing a strip of red shirts. Bayern have had some household names pull on the shirt in the past, such as Franz Beckenbauer, Jurgen Klinsmann, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Gerd Muller and Allan McInally.
The club was founded in 1900. They are based in Munich and as such they are called FC Bayern Munchen in Germany. Bayern Munich used to play in the Olympic Stadium, but moved to a new ground in summer 2005, the Allianz Arena in Munich, which was built for the 2006 World Cup which Germany host.
The club is known as the most famous and successful in Germany and has a fan base consisting of over 100,000 members. Bayern Munich reached the final of UEFA Champions League 2012/13, famously beating La Masia-led Barcelona 4-0 in the semi-final. Despite a rocky start to 2019/20, Bayern Munich finished the season strong and ended up with a continental treble.