Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller Launch Germany’s Classy New Euro 2016 Kit

Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller Launch Germany’s Classy New Euro 2016 Kit

Germany head to France next year aiming to add the European Championship trophy to their cabinet alongside the World Cup picked up in Rio, and they’ll be looking the part as they do it.

The world champions have revealed the kit they’ll be wearing during the tournament and it has the look and feel of an all-time classic.


In conjunction with German sportswear giants Adidas, the DFB have released the first pictures of their simple yet stylish black and white strip, which is reminiscent of their glories of yesteryear.

The shirt includes a white bar through the front of the shirt, and according to Adidas this represents the “success bar code” that is built into German football, and eludes to previous titles won at World Cups and European Championships. They years of these historic victories are featured on the sleeves.

The look is completed with back shorts and black kits, to instil a timeless feel which all generations of football fans can relate to.


The Germans may be favourite for the Euros itself next summer but the best dressed title is still far from being decided, despite Ozil, Muller and co’s classy new attire.

Our eyes have been caught by several of the jerseys that will be on show in the fashion capital of the world next summer.

Here’s a few to look out for…let us know your thoughts!









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