FC Bayern jersey with Münchner Kindl again
From Munich out into the (football) world. As in the previous season, the FC Bayern stars will carry their hometown away from the Allianz Arena in their 2022/23 away kit. This season's jersey from partner adidas will be a classy white with golden accents, and once again the Münchner Kindl, the child of Munich that is the emblematic figure of the city, will adorn the back of the neck. The sleeve edges and the three stripes will shine in gold, and the players' kits will be completed by white shorts and white socks. The jersey with the Munich emblem is made of 100 per cent recycled materials.
Jan-Christian Dreesen, FC Bayern vice chairman: "With this jersey, we want to demonstrate our ties to our home, as we did last year. FC Bayern is proud of its Munich roots. In addition, we are closely connected with the city in many joint campaigns and social projects, such as aid for refugees from Ukraine or our Reds against Racism initiative. This sort of collaboration has an impact far beyond football."
Dieter Reiter, Lord Mayor of Munich: "FC Bayern Munich has always been an outstanding ambassador for our city. That's why I'm pleased that Bayern are also expressing their connection with their home city, in which they have such strong roots, with the city emblem on their jersey. That's a real win for both sides."
Clemens Baumgärtner, head of the Department for Labour and Economics for the City of Munich, in charge of the city's tourism marketing: "FC Bayern is a true Münchner Kindl. When you ask what Munich is known for around the world, you get two answers: Oktoberfest and FC Bayern. The club is known and loved around the world. A sports club that acts as an ambassador for our city all over the world and helps shape the city's image. So what could be more natural than a cooperation between the city and this famous club?"
Take a closer look at the new away strip:
FC Bayern will even take the Münchner Kindl with the new jersey to the USA in July as part of the Audi Summer Tour, drawing attention to its home city there. In addition, the FC Bayern World is now part of the Munich City Tour, and there are always joint competitions and various cooperations with the city. As part of the commitment to refugees from Ukraine, the partners together created a housing project for people with disabilities. And to mark International Weeks against Racism, a video clip with Mayor Reiter was produced at the instigation of FC Bayern as part of its Reds against Racism initiative.
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