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Rumors of a jersey revolution at FC Bavaria

FC Bavaria Munich is said to be going 2020/21 in new ways, at least in terms of game day clothes. Supposedly, the German record champion is supposed to say goodbye to a popular slogan.

The club motto “Mia san mia”, which has adorned the Munich jerseys since the season 2011/12, is supposed to be different from a new design. This reports” Footyheadlines.com ” Currently the font on the back of the players is above the club name.

The motto is replaced by a stylistically quite simple FC BAYERN font. It is surrounded by four wheels, as they can also be found in the club slogan. The wheels also refer to the coat of arms of the Free State of Bavaria.

The Bavarians also rely on new colors from the outside. The body that the stars will carry around Manuel Neuer, Robert Lewandowski and Co. in front of a different backdrop should be kept in a light gray, whereas the applications in a mixture of brown and orange.

128248; Bayern&35;39;s away kit for next season will combine the main color &35;39;Dash Grey&35;39; with brownish orange applications [Footy Headlines] pics.twitter.com/Qkfqn42HsS

— Bavaria & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) 22. In March 2020

On the other hand, the shirt should be in dark colours and contain white and red elements. Kurios: Supposedly, Adidas manufacturer took a role model with which the game developer EA Sports sent Bavaria into the race two years ago in his FIFA series.

If the revelations are true, one can be curious how the supporters of FC Bavaria react to the changes. In the past, the fans of the German industry primus did not often run into a storm when new ideas came to light.


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Recently, a jubilee triot took place on the occasion of the 120. However, the club’s birthdays were mainly for positive feedback.

FC Bayern focused on a very simple design, a retro-styled coat of arms and little advertising in early March. We’re record champions. We are FC Bavaria Munich. Times change, the myth remains,”it said.