After the successful presentation of the new jerseys for the Bundesliga season, Eintracht Frankfurt have launched their kit for European competition – to be worn in the UEFA Champions League for the first time this year.
The new shirt is primarily black for the Eagles’ maiden UEFA Champions League campaign – in keeping with the jerseys previously worn in the UEFA Europa League. Discreetly embroidered on the front in an almost identical colour is the typical diamond pattern of the apple cider glass. The ribbed pattern is a symbol of Frankfurt’s apple cider culture and the values associated with it, such as friendliness and tradition. By incorporating the pattern into the shirt, a piece of Frankfurt’s culture and ties to the locals roots are introduced onto the European football stage.
The Eintracht logo is in white and matches the logo of main sponsor Indeed and the Swoosh of kit manufacturer Nike. As an additional partner for the competition, the JOKA logo adorns the left sleeve, while the Champions League and UEFA Foundation badge are printed on the right sleeve as standard. The shirt is finished with the lettering “UEFA Europa League Winners 2022”.
Names and numbers printed on the back are applied in white on black blocks.