2016-17 Bundesliga Kits Overview - All 16-17 Shirts

The latest of the big European leagues to start into the 2016-17 season, we want to take a look at the German Bundesliga and all new kits unveiled by its 18 teams over the past few of months. Title holder Bayern Munich will open the season on Friday night against Werder Bremen.


Made by Nike once again, the new Augsburg 16-17 home, away and third kits are all based on various of the brand's teamwear templates.

Bayern Munich

Inspired by the kit worn for the first season at Allianz Arena, ten years ago, the new Bayern Munich home kit introduces a clean look with a polo collar and white shorts. The Bayern Munich 2016-2017 away kit is fashion-inspired, while the third kit is kept rather understated and classy.


Made by small German brand Jako, the Darmstadt 16-17 home kit features a bold and unique look. The away kit looks quite bland in comparison.

Borussia Dortmund

Whereas the Borussia Dortmund third kit got carried over from last season (and is unlikely to be used anyway), both the Dortmund 16-17 home kit and the Dortmund 16-17 away kit are new and feature bespoke designs.

Eintracht Frankfurt

A first in club history, the Eintracht Frankfurt 16-17 home kit boasts a black-and-white striped look, while the away kit is almost entirely red. A teamwear-based, yellow third kit was unveiled in addition.

SC Freiburg

Back in the first division again, SC Freiburg is now supplied by Hummel following the end of the previous contract with Nike.

Hamburger SV

Drawing inspiration from one of the club's most iconic shirts ever, the Hamburg 16-17 away kit is pink. A traditional home shirt was unveiled in addition, whereas the third kit was carried over from the 2015-16 season.

Hertha BSC

Made by Nike and featuring bespoke designs, the new Hertha BSC 16-17 home and away kits are rather understated and traditional. In order to avoid color clashes, a teamwear-based third kit was also presented.

FC Ingolstadt

Although they are based on Adidas' miadidas service, the new Ingolstadt kits feature quite unique designs thanks to either bold use of color.

1899 Hoffenheim

The new Hoffenheim 16-17 kits are once again made by Lotto, with the new home and away kits incorporating the logo of main sponsor SAP into the respective designs.

1. FC Köln

Made by Erima, a small German brand, the new Köln 16-17 home, away and third kits feature the brand's clean, understated aesthetic.

Mainz 05

The Mainz 16-17 kits are made by Lotto and feature Kömmerling as sponsor. Whereas the home shirt looks almost exactly like its predecessor, the Mainz 2016-17 away and third shirts are more adventurous.

RB Leipzig

Set to compete in the Bundesliga for the first time in history, RasenBallsport Leipzig have received custom, and not teamwear kits from Nike.

Bayer Leverkusen

One of many teams to switch kit suppliers ahead of the 2016-2017 season, Leverkusen's new jerseys are produced by Jako instead of Adidas now.

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach's 16-17 kits are made by Kappa and share a hoops-theme of sorts, as well as the rather obnoxious Postbank sponsor.

Schalke 04

Schalke is one of the last teams to still use a two-year kit release circle, at least in some way. Thus, only the home kit is new this season and both the away and third are carry-overs.

Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen's new kits are made by Nike once again. The home shirt introduces a hoop theme, while the away kit is purple. The new Bremen third shirt is based on Nike's Striker template, although it was decorated with some club-specific writing on the lower right side.

VfL Wolfsburg

Taking over from Kappa, Nike produced the Wolfsburg 16-17 home, away and third kits.

Which of the many new Bundesliga kits do you like the most? Share your thoughts in the comments below.