Bayern Munich Unveils Red Home Kit for 2024-2025 Season

Cupertino, May 6, 2024

Chris Wright, Toe Poke Writer
May 6, 2024, 5:30am ET

Harry Kane will be hoping for more success in Bayern Munich's all-red kit next season.

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To the relief of many Bayern Munich fans, the Bundesliga giants have confirmed that they will ditch their cursed home kit for 2023-2024 and return to a more familiar red design for next season. It's actually hard to imagine how the club and manufacturers Adidas could have made the uniform even redder for 2024-25.

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The German giants caused a stir among fans last July when they announced their intention to break with modern customs and unveiled a home kit with a predominantly white jersey.

Unfortunately, that shirt amounted to something of an annus horribilis for Bayern, who floundered as the perennial almost-man Bayer Leverkusen upset the status quo by cruising to the Bundesliga title, ending the Bavarians' 11-year reign as champions. Of course, at the time of writing, they could still win the Champions League this season, but this is what counts as a bad season at the Allianz Arena.

As such, Bayern have moved quickly to draw a line under their domestic shortcomings by revealing that the club will return to their "magic" triple red kit (i.e. red shirt, red shorts and red socks) in the hope that this will hasten their return to the top of the Bundesliga. The clubs say the 2024-2025 home kit "reflects the heartbeat and passion that unites the players on the pitch with the fans in the stands."

Somewhat false metaphors aside, the kit is actually perhaps the reddest Bayern have ever produced, with three different shades making up the overall design. Bayern also claim that the use of three different shades of red is a visual reference to their past successes, having been the only German men's team to win the league, cup and European treble. Unfortunately, just not this season.

The kit will be worn for the first time in a match in the women's DFB-Pokal final against Wolfsburg on May 9 before the men's team heads into the final home game of the season three days later, also against Wolfsburg (stream LIVE at 11:30 a.m. ET on ESPN+).

The club would also like to point out that they are now the first top German club to adorn their new kit with a QR code, which is printed on the cover and gives fans access to digital content from their stadium sponsor Allianz. We suspect Bayern fans would prefer a 12th consecutive Bundesliga shield to celebrate at this point, but the groundbreaking implementation of a shirt-based barcode for next season is likely to make for a useful runner-up prize.

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