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Kit leak: Bayern Munich to wear a gorgeous retro-style jersey next season

This one looks like a winner.

FC Bayern München v Manchester City: Quarterfinal Second Leg - UEFA Champions League Photo by T. Kieslich/FC Bayern via Getty Images

According to Footy Headlines, we have our first visuals of the third kit Bayern Munich will use in the 2023/24 season. The third kit is primarily used for away games in the UEFA Champions League, and this year Adidas have gone for a retro style shirt in dark red and off-white. The kit will feature the club’s old logo from 1923 to 1954, which is still a fan-favorite and used in all manner of official merchandise.

Twitter account @iMiaSanMia posted pictures of the third kit and the reaction from the fanbase seems overwhelmingly positive:

Honestly, the styling and the colors really seem to work here. This is one of the best third kits Bayern Munich have had in a very long time, and may supersede next season’s home shirt for a lot of people. The old logo gives it a unique flavor compared to other shirts in the lineup, and we look forward to seeing it worn in big Champions League away games in the future.

Hopefully the leak turns out to be accurate — which it usually is this late in the season. We won’t see this shirt debuted until the first game of the CL group stage next season, which is an agonizingly long wait — but at least we’ll have something to look forward to. Kudos to Adidas for stepping up their game this year. Third kits are generally neglected compared to the home and away kits for most teams. Now

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What do you think of the leaked 3rd kit?

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  • 61%
    Must buy!
    (475 votes)
  • 27%
    On the fence about this ...
    (216 votes)
  • 10%
    Ew it’s horrible
    (81 votes)
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