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  1. The Bundesliga's Finest
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The Bundesliga's Finest

German defender Jerome Boateng is known as a strong and silent storm, and is not afraid of sacrificing his body for the play. The young defender is versatile, and is as capable as playing full back as he is center back. Born to a Ghanaian father and German mother, Boateng competes for Germany in international play. Jerome is AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng's younger brother, and the two briefly spent time together at Hertha BSC (Germany).

Bayern will try to recapture past glories this season in an all-new, red and gold home kit.

This new jersey for Bayern Munich is designed to honor the club's slogan "Mia san Mia" (We are who we are). Gold color contrast details illustrate Bayern's success and glory. Rekordmeister, record-holding league champions, is at the collar.

The jersey also honors the town of Munich with subtle stripe zig-zag details that pay tribute to the city's coat of arms.

Engineered ClimaCool mesh jersey with embroidered Bayern Munich team badge and adidas logo. 100% polyester. Imported.


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