Fresh clothes for the 2022 World Cup. In August, the DFB presented the new jersey designs for the national team. With a special feature.
Frankfurt – At the beginning of August, Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller made headlines. The two German national players of the FC Bayern were featured on social media in a rap video released by musician Pajel. In the leaked clip, several people wore DFB shirts with previously unknown designs. It quickly became clear: it can only be the new jerseys of the national team. The association then confirmed the speculation and officially presented the jerseys.
Bayern stars present new DFB jerseys for the 2022 World Cup – “It will be an honor for me”
Finally, the German Football Association officially unveiled the new home and away jersey, which was also used at the World Cup 2022 will be used. In addition to the classic white and black home jersey, the national team will also wear a modern red and black away jersey. Müller and Gnabry, who were seen in the video leak, posed with the new game clothing on the homepage. In the last test match before the World Cup against Oman, the DFB team played in the red and black jerseys.
offensive player Serge Gnabry was enthusiastic about the new designs of the outfitter Adidas on the association’s homepage: “I like the new home jersey very much. The color combination harmonises, it will be an honor to play for Germany at the World Cup in this jersey,” said the native of Stuttgart.
A novelty for Germany: Uniform DFB jersey for the men’s and women’s national teams
The new jersey line also brings with it a major innovation, with the home jersey being worn by both the men’s and women’s national teams. A novelty at the DFB. The new white and black jersey was worn for the first time in the women’s World Cup qualifier in Turkey. The men made their kit debut in the Nations League game against Hungary on September 23.
The white jersey with the wide vertical black stripe in the middle, which is supposed to be reminiscent of the first Germany jerseys from 1908, also made the runners-up European champions happy. “That’s a cool and strong sign,” said the national player and Bayern professional Lina Magull.
“This jersey symbolizes that we all stand for one football, live the same values together and have one goal. We want to be successful and role models for the many girls and boys who love this sport as much as we do,” the 28-year-old continued on the association’s website. The women’s team will also use the new jersey at the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
DFB teams: The away jerseys remain different – women continue to wear green
In contrast to the common home jersey, the away jerseys for men and women remain different. While the team from National coach Hansi Flick so can also wear her red outfit, the team of National coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg first of all with his mint green away kit. (ajr)