Bayern Munich and Liverpool 2022-23 Home Shirt Released

Yes, it’s that time of year. The 2021-22 season is still ongoing, but we’re already starting to see some of the shirts you’ll love – or hate – in the 2022-23 campaign.

Liverpool and Bayern Munich were two top European clubs who unveiled their new home shirts, but Werder Bremen and a few South American sides also shared some fabulous polyester goodies.

Of course you want to see them, so take my hand – or not – and join me in this adventure.

Liverpool Home Shirt 2022-23

Turn up music: check.

Nightclub lighting: to be checked.

Players breaking the fourth wall: check.

Design: Hmm…

The Reds showed off their new Nike kit with all the fashionable tropes of the shirt industry, but somehow they forgot about the design. Yes, fans will love the return to a shade of red that’s more in line with the club’s history, and you can also say those initials “YNWA” – for the anthem “You’ll Never Walk Alone” – in the cuffs are pretty charming. However, in the end, the result is too close to a solid red shirt.

A more relevant and moving detail can be found on the back of the shirt, where Liverpool have updated the death toll from the Hillsborough disaster. Following the recent death of fan Andrew Devine – due to life changing injuries in the 1989 tragedy – you will now see a memorial with a ’97’ printed at the top.

Bayern Munich Home Shirt 2022-23

After three heavy seasons in red, the Bavarians have added a little more of the only other color accepted by their ultras: white.

There’s not a lot of concept behind the new design. The shirt is red and has several white horizontal stripes. The scratches have different thicknesses and the space between them seems to be random, which will undoubtedly kill people with OCD.

The shirt doesn’t blow minds, and maybe that’s the problem. After all, Bayern Munich is basically adidas.

Werder Bremen Special Edition Shirt | how Deep Is Your Love

Amid an exciting battle to return to the Bundesliga, Werder Bremen have taken their breath away to drop a flashy shirt inspired by the tattoos that can be seen among their fans and players. Slogans, references to some club legends, famous cartoons like Gokú and even Salvador Dali’s iconic clock are printed on the fabric in a design created by Umbro and Dutch artist Floor Wesseling.

For those who like garish clothes, it’s almost perfect. The only thing spoiling the party is that horrible, unfriendly referral box. What the hell were they thinking? They really deserve a prison sentence.

Gimnasia and Esgrima La Plata jerseys 2022-23

Who doesn’t love a little dose of nostalgia, huh? The Argentinian club have teamed up with Hummel again and have just unveiled a jersey inspired by a much-loved model from the 90s. Denmark created it during Euro 1992, and Gimnasia wore it in 1996, a a year his fans will long remember after a legendary 6-0 victory over Boca Juniors, thanks to a fantastic performance from the Schelotto twins.

Just wonderful.

Red Bull Bragantino jerseys 2022-23

Tired of generic templates and catalogs, the Brazilian branch of the Red Bull empire recently decided to break its contract with Nike and join New Balance. And the first collaboration between them is already out.

Glad to see the Red Bull logo isn’t huge and overwhelming, and I dig the v-neck too. Not so sure about the thick red cuffs. But hi! At least it’s a tailored shirt.

The away jersey has an abstract graphic that keeps it from being just a plain black shirt.

Which was your favourite?

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