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Kit Leak: Bayern Munich’s 2017-18 home kit is a thowback

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An old look makes a comeback.

(GERMANY OUT) football, Bundesliga, 1972/1973, Stadium am Boekelberg, Borussia Moenchengladbach versus FC Bayern Munich 0:3, running-in of the teams, f.l.t.r. Jupp Heynckes (MG), keeper Wolfgang Kleff (MG), Franz Beckenbauer (FCB), Ulrich Surau (MG), keeper Sepp Maier (FCB), Johnny Hansen (FCB) (Photo by Werner OTTO/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
(GERMANY OUT) football, Bundesliga, 1972/1973, Stadium am Boekelberg, Borussia Moenchengladbach versus FC Bayern Munich 0:3, running-in of the teams, f.l.t.r. Jupp Heynckes (MG), keeper Wolfgang Kleff (MG), Franz Beckenbauer (FCB), Ulrich Surau (MG), keeper Sepp Maier (FCB), Johnny Hansen (FCB) (Photo by Werner OTTO/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
Photo by Werner OTTO/ullstein bild via Getty Images)

Bayern Munich’s kit for the 2017-18 has leaked, according to Footy Headlines. Adidas is set to make some fans excited with a classic design. It’s a throwback to a Bayern shirt from the 1970s.

The jersey is red with thin, white, vertical stripes. Next year’s shorts are expected to go back to red with the three white, adidas stripes down the sides. There’s no word yet on whether the socks are set to be white with red accents or red with white accents.

The jersey design was previously worn by club legends like Gerd Müller, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, and Uli Hoeneß. Now, it’ll be worn by today’s legends like Philipp Lahm, Arjen Robben, and Franck Ribery.

As has been tradition, it’s likely that Bayern will unveil the jersey toward the end of this season and wear them in the final home match in the Bundesliga.

What do you think about the proposed jersey for next season?