Arminia Bielefeld 21-22 Kits Teased
Update: Arminia Bielefeld today released three new teasers for their upcoming 21-22 kit launches.
One of the pictures shows a blue, a white and a black stripe - this is likely a close-up of the home shirt, the second picture shows a close-up of the Macron authenticity badge, usually placed above the right hem. This could be another picture of the home shirt or perhaps the away. Finally, there's a close-up of the upper beck of a red shirt, featuring the city coat of arms. This is likely the third kit.
Update: The club took to social media today to confirm our earlier suspicion. They also specified that the image will show the home kit, which is perhaps a bit surprising. Maybe it will be blue with white sleeves like the 16-17 one?
It looks like Bundesliga club Arminia Bielefeld have teased the release of one of their new 21-22 kits. The 'teaser' comes in the form of a short video showcasing the progress of recent decoration work at the stadium, featuring illustrations of some of the club's recent key players such as Stefan Ortega and Fabian Klos.
Wir nutzen die Sommerpause weiterhin aktiv, um an vielen kleinen Stellschrauben zu drehen.— DSC Arminia Bielefeld (@arminia) June 16, 2021
Besonders schön: Die Arkaden unter der Osttribüne haben einen neuen Anstrich bekommen!
Schaut doch mal wieder im Fanladen vorbei und macht einen Abstecher zum neuen Kunstwerk!#immerdabei pic.twitter.com/JuERGEQpEK
The jersey on the rightmost painting, showing Manuel Prietl, remains unfinished at the end of the clip - apart from a few details on the collar and the cuffs, which carry the club's colors. Several of the club's supporters were quick to point out that these design features are different from any of the current or recent club shirts, prompting speculation about it being one of the new 2021-22 kits.
Arminia Bielefeld's 21-22 home kit will feature sleeve cuffs in the club's colors blue, white and black. As pointed out by some eagle-eyed fans, the collar appears to be the same one that was used on the club's special-edition kit that was released towards the end of last season.
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