AN FC BAYERN HOME JERSEY CREATED FOR FANS AND MADE WITH RECYCLED MATERIALS.
Red, white and built to win. FC Bayern's classic colours collide on the front of this disruptive home jersey from adidas. Created to keep football fans comfortable, it combines mesh panels and moisture-absorbing AEROREADY. An embroidered club badge and "Mia san mia" signoff keep you proud. Made with 100% recycled materials, this product represents just one of our solutions to help end plastic waste.
Jersey's Care Tips:
- Regular fit
- Ribbed crewneck
- 100% recycled polyester interlock
- Moisture-absorbing AEROREADY
- Mesh inserts on inner sleeves
- Ribbed cuffs
- FC Bayern woven crest
- "FC Bayern MÃ¼nchen" on back
- Turn jersey inside out
Before putting jersey into washer machine, please turn your jersey inside out to protect names, numbers or patches you have on it.
- Cold water only
Wash in cold water to AVOID all of the colors spread on your jersey.
- Lay Flat OR Hang Dry Outside
Please DO NOT put the jersey direct sunlight, else the jersey's colors will be faded.
We will deliver to you as soon as possible. And please contact us if you did not receive it within 3 days time.
Christoph Von Wilhelm Dassler was a worker in a shoe factory, while his wife Pauline ran a small laundry in the Franconian town of Herzogenaurach, 20 km (12.4 mi) from the city of Nuremberg. After leaving school, their son, Rudolf "Rudi" Dassler, joined his father at the shoe factory. When he returned from fighting in World War I, Rudolf received a management position at a porcelain factory, and later in a leather wholesale business in Nuremberg.
Adolf "Adi" Dassler started to produce his own sports shoes in his mother's wash kitchen in Herzogenaurach after his return from World War I. In July 1924, his brother Rudolf returned to Herzogenaurach to join his younger brother's business, which became Gebruder Dassler Schuhfabrik (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory) and prospered. The pair started the venture in their mother's laundry, but, at the time, electricity supplies in the town were unreliable, and the brothers sometimes had to use pedal power from a stationary bicycle to run their equipment. more
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