Borussia Dortmund have launched a new secondary Puma home kit that will be worn in DFB Pokal and Champions League games next season, with the club’s existing ‘electric’ release for exclusive use in Bundesliga games.
The predominantly yellow jersey features a subtle black pixel pattern and is directly inspired the city of Dortmund, specifically from Dortmunder U, a former brewery building with a unique look that now serves as a centre for the arts and a museum.
The shirt will be worn with typical black shorts and yellow socks.
While 1&1 has taken over as the main sponsor for the Bundesliga kit, old sponsor Evonik will remain on the front of the cup and European shirt.
It follows the same design as the cup/European away kit, also doubling as a third kit for other games, which is mainly white with grey and yellow pixels.
Dortmund are well advanced in their preparations for next season in the hope of finally toppling reigning Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich for the first time since 2012.
Belgian free agent Thomas Meunier and English prodigy Jude Bellingham have both signed for the club this summer, while Real Madrid youngster Reinier has arrived on loan.
A handful of players have left, including Mario Gotze following the expiration of his contract and Achraf Hakimi, who returned to parent club Real Madrid and has since been sold to Inter.