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New kit alert: Bayern Munich’s away and third kit designs have been leaked

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We now have a basic look at Bayern’s away and third kits for the 2018/2019 season!

FC Bayern Muenchen Celebrates Winning The Bundesliga Photo by Adam Pretty/Getty Images For Paulaner

Bayern Munich’s home kit for the 2018/2019 season has now officially been out for just over a month and we’ve already seen Die Roten showcase their new get ups twice; once in their last Bundesliga match of the season vs. Stuttgart, and then again in the DFB Pokal final vs. Eintracht Frankfurt. Now, thanks to Footy Headlines, we have a sneak peak at leaked images of the basic design concept for Bayern’s away and third kits for the upcoming campaign, and they both look pretty sleek!

The Away Kit:

The away kit is something a bit different, a look that we haven’t seen in quite some time for Bayern. The predominantly mint green/sky blue top features slightly darker shades of [navy] blue that comprise the ‘T-Mobile’ logo on the front as well as the neck collar, similar to how the 2017/2018 home kit had a white collar against a red base. The new away kit is unique in its own way, because it doesn’t really resemble any traditional Bayern colors, or kits from past years; it stands out on its own. The kit is officially expected to be released in Mid July, just after the World Cup concludes.

Have a look:

Bayern’s leaked away kit for 2018/2019
Footy Headlines

The Third Kit:

The design concept for the third kit takes elements from next season’s red home kit and last season’s navy blue away kit. The contrasting shades of navy blue in this kit are complimented by the traditional club badge on the left breast as well as the traditional white Adidas and ‘T-Mobile’ logos. Upon closer inspection, the kit features dotted patterns throughout in varying shades of dark blue that create subtle, diagonal zig-zag patterns in the background of the kit. The kit also has a bit of history, too, as it features similar shades of dark blue and grey to the European kits that Bayern sported from 1998-2000 and wore in the Champions League final in 2000 vs. Manchester United.

The kit is expected to be officially released at some point at the end of July (after the away kit is released) or the beginning of August, before the Bundesliga season starts.

Have a look:

The design concept for Bayern’s third kit for 2018/2019
Footy Headlines