Timo R. from Marl
"100% identification: It should be a REAL home shirt. What makes a BVB home game special? The fans, the Yellow Wall and the stadium.
0% changeability: Stripes and patterns are nice, but if you change colours and the logo, leave out the stars… you know what I mean."
JAIME C. D. from Mexico City
"The design is based on the city map of Dortmund, which appears on the upper part of the jersey. Accompanied by classic diagonal stripes that represent the forward movement, the decision to confront the opponent's goal and the real will to win, which is so characteristic of this club."
Eric K. from Solothurn
"The city border around the crest breaks through the Dortmund yellow proudly worn by our players and brings out the tradition of the Ruhr area with the coal black underneath. A tradition deeply rooted within the city, its region and the new jersey, which shows where BVB is based. BVB ¬– a club that stands for its diversity and the passion of its people."
Patrick P. from Menden
"The jersey design is the statement piece for the players on the pitch. And the fans also want to wear this jersey with pride. The design is therefore timeless and modern. The vertical stripes with different thicknesses look very dynamic and down-to-earth. The indicated logo with reduced opacity in the right corner livens everything up a bit."
André K. from Appen
"For me it was clear that it could only be the classic BVB colours. With the design, which is reminiscent of a coal line, I immortalised the heart of the Ruhr region on the jersey. In keeping with the motto “There is no future without origins”, the dynamic course of the drawing is intended to underline the modern side of the club."
Moritz R. from Solingen
"80,000 fans. 130 decibels. 1 battle cry. 1 jersey. The soundtrack "Auf geht’s Dortmund, kämpfen und siegen!" connects us fans with the team. The energy from the stands, the pumping sounds, the atmosphere in the most beautiful stadium in the world are not only transmitted acoustically to the team but are also visually expressed in this jersey."
Tim v. W. from Marburg
"My jersey design was inspired by our Cup jersey from the 19/20 season as well as the last special jerseys. It was important for me to create a connection to Borussia Dortmund and the city with the colour scheme and the pattern. That is why I chose the legendary neon yellow from the 90s era as well as the print of the Dortmund skyline and city map as a motif on the jersey."
Phillipp Z. from Dortmund
"You never know where you're going if you don't know where you come from. The jersey should express the connection to the city. Borussia Dortmund has become a world famous and popular soccer club. But the heart beats here. Everything that defines the club is here in the region. Everything comes together at the birthplace of Borussia Dortmund, the BORSIGPLATZ. With our founding place on the jersey, we would have confidence and no matter whether in the stands or on the pitch: The beating of the chest after the opening goal would have even more meaning."
Patrick A. from Dortmund
"Anchored in the city and its history: the jersey combines the coat of arms, the colours and a significant part of Dortmund's history – coal."
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