All the new jerseys for 2023/24 – Bundesliga

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund were the first two Bundesliga teams to unveil their new jerseys for the upcoming 2023/24 season. Check out all the latest kits as they’re released and find out how to get your hands on one yourself.

Bayern Munich
The record champions have gone back to 1965 and the year of their promotion to the Bundesliga with their newest design, which features a white base with red sleeves. The phrase “Rot & Weiß Leben lang” (red & white for life) features on the collar alongside the club motto of “Mia san mia“. As has become tradition in recent years, the Munich club debuted their new home strip in their final game of the season at the Allianz Arena, when they took on RB Leipzig on Matchday 33.
Bayern’s away kit features a world map-inspired graphic with pink and green diamonds, representing their fan clubs around the globe.
You can buy Bayern’s new home jersey right here at the official club shop!

Borussia Dortmund
Dortmund turned to their fans to determine the style of their 2023/24 kits, with the design by Timo R. from Marl the overwhelming winner in voting. It features the club’s traditional colours of black and yellow, with a silhouette of the Signal Iduna Park and steel structure a reminder of the region’s industrial roots.
Once on sale from 26 May, you can buy Dortmund’s new home jersey right here at the official club shop!

RB Leipzig
Leipzig were the first team to unveil their new away threads for the coming season, debuting their red and blue zig-zag number as they beat Bayern in Munich for the first time ever on Matchday 33. They then released their new home kit, which is based on the design of the 2018/19 strip. It features a white base with red arrows on the sleeves and shoulders to reflect the club’s colours. Both include the slogan “You can do anything” on the back and “Wir sind Leipzig” (We are Leipzig) on the inner collar. 
You can buy Leipzig’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Hoffenheim released their new home offering ahead of Matchday 33 of the 2022/23 campaign, sticking with their dark blue theme as they prepare to enjoy yet another season at Germany’s top table.
You can buy Hoffenheim’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Wolfsburg unveiled both of their new jerseys before the final matchday of 2022/23. Unsurprisingly, green is still prominent in the home kit, which also features a stylish white diagonal pattern. The club has described the away kit as a “combative dark grey” in which the Wolves will go hunting for points on the road.
You can buy Wolfsburg’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Borussia Mönchengladbach
Gladbach have kept things all white for the coming season, with the other traditional colours of green and black appearing on the sleeves and collar, as opposed to 2022/23’s stripe down the front of the shirt. The name ‘Mönchengladbach’ still appears on the back. The Foals debuted their new jersey on the final day of 2022/23 at home to Augsburg.
You can buy Gladbach’s new jersey right here at the official club shop!

Union Berlin
The Bundesliga’s now sole Berlin club have released their change strip first in a dark green and gold design as they prepare to make their UEFA Champions League bow in 2023/24.
You can buy Union’s new jersey right here at the official club shop!

Fresh from winning the Bundesliga 2 title and earning promotion, Heidenheim have released all three of their jerseys ahead of their maiden Bundesliga campaign in 2023/24. The home kit is in their traditional red, while their away strip is in the usual dark blue and their third kit is in a classic and simple white. Where will the Bundesliga’s newest club get to debut their jerseys?
You can buy Heidenheim’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

VfB Stuttgart
In the 130th year since the club’s formation, Stuttgart’s home kit for the new season reflects the traditionally unmistakable design of the club from Cannstatt. Special accents follow the contour of the iconic VfB crest, which is at the heart of VfB’s and is therefore placed in the centre of the chest. The polyester used for the jersey is 100 percent recycled and is complemented by highly elastic elastane to achieve the best possible comfort. The VfB crest, which is cut with side slits and an extended back, is applied in a structured 3D look.
You can buy Stuttgart’s new jersey right here from the official club shop!

The new home kit combines a sense of tradition with the modernity of Augsburg’s home stadium. The traditional stripe, which runs through the centre of the shirt, is neatly designed with elements of the facade of the WWK ARENA. The stripe is reminiscent of the jerseys of the 1970s which Helmut Haller used to shine in. The year in which the club was founded, 1907, is emblazoned in red on the back of the collar. The club is sticking to its roots in terms of colour with the white home shirt.
You can buy Augsburg’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Marking 60 years since they became the first team to win the Bundesliga in 1963/64, Cologne have revived their strip from that season with an hommage to the “white ballet” that saw them make history as champions. It includes the club slogan of “Spürbar Anders” on the neck and a reminder to “Lebe wie du bist” – live as you are – on the inside of the back. Their away strip has also been released in a classic all-red style.
You can buy Cologne’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Freiburg launched home, away and third shirt options for the upcoming campaign, all of which are manufactured by Nike and made from 100% recycled polyester. According to the club’s website, the home offering “has been given a modern look with an eye-catching geometric pattern” and features the traditional club colours of red and white. The away shirt is a mirror image of the home version, but in black and anthracite. Meanwhile, the third strip is white. 
You can buy Freiburg’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Eintracht Frankfurt
The new Frankfurt home jersey pays tribute to its predecessors from 1987 to 1990, boasting diagonal red and black block stripes. There are then more narrow stripes in red and white that, accoring to the club’s media release, “provide sleek accents and cohesively round off the retro design.” The home shirt will be worn by the men’s, women’s and Esports teams and is, like Freiburg’s jerseys, manufactured by Nike from 100 percent recycled polyester fabric, which has been harnassed from recycled plastic bottles.
You can buy Frankfurt’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Bochum have continued their theme of stadium lights leading the way to their home on Castroper Straße with a ‘floodlight blue’ design for their home jersey. It’s traditional blue, with blue and white lines guiding you to where you’re going. The away strip is all white with the outline of the Ruhrstadion floodlights woven into the design. The club’s founding year of 1848 appears on the neck of both kits.
You can buy Bochum’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

Werder Bremen
Werder have teamed up with Danish manufacturer hummel for the first time in 45 years to produce a nostalgic striped look of traditional green and white. The design is a nod to that worn by the Denmark national team at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.
You can buy Bremen’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

The 05ers have listened to the wishes of fans and released a home jersey reminiscent of the kit worn by the likes of Jürgen Klopp, Sven Demandt and Lars Schmidt in 1996/97 with a checkered red and white pattern, but in a modern style.
You can buy Mainz’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

The Lilies have marked their Bundesliga return with a look that’s both traditional and smart, boasting the club colours of blue and white in a nod to the kit Darmstadt wore when they first earned top-flight promotion in 1977/78.
You can buy Darmstadt’s new jersey right here at the official club shop!

Bayer Leverkusen
Die Werkself have put a large red cross at the heart of their home shirt for the 2023/24 season, to “give the kit a unique character and strong connection to the roots of our club and city, which both originate from the Bayer Works.” The club also said that the jersey had been designed in collaboration with kit supplier Castore and Leverkusen fans.
You can buy Leverkusen’s new jerseys right here at the official club shop!

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