The German Bundesliga is coming to an end and the top five teams in particular are clamouring for attention. This is no different for Bayern Munich. They are already thinking about next season and have presented their fans with the visual design of the jerseys for the upcoming season. How do you like them?
Before the start of the competition season, it is an annual tradition for the teams to present their jerseys for the new season.
Fans then engage in discussions, especially on social media, in which they evaluate the final look of the jerseys.
The new jerseys then also become a stable part of the club’s shops and the clubs receive considerable funds from their sale to the fans.
Despite the fact that the title is still undecided in the German Bundesliga and the players still have two important matches to play, Bayern Munich’s management has decided to make the home jerseys for the 2023/2024 competition year public now.
You can see the news for yourself in the attached Twitter post below, which includes a video of the German club’s new jerseys.
The traditional red is here only as a complementary colour and the dominant colour this time is white. On social media, the jerseys are getting positive reactions and the fans like them.
Immediately after the presentation, the club also started selling them. It is offered in several variants, with the classic one, in the men’s or women’s version, costing around two thousand crowns.
The long-sleeved version is priced at CZK 2,200 and the complete children’s set, including shorts and socks, at CZK 1,400.
Source: FC Bayern Munich
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