FC St. Pauli 10/11 Do You Football Home

These are the 2010/11 FC St. Pauli kits manufactured by Do You Football, for the team's 100th year anniversary.

Hamburg based side FC St. Pauli are usually a team to produce something that's a little bit different from your run of the mill football kits and this season is no different. Opting for a shiny copper home shirt colour with dark brown shorts and socks, the new kit will certainly stand out in the Bundesliga.

It's been 8 years since St. Pauli last played in the Bundesliga and now they are back in their 100th year. The home shirt also holds a surprise inside of it, a whole different shirt. which will be played in one game during the Bundesliga season which is as of yet unconfirmed which match it will be.

The shirt depicts many different aspects of the club's history and heritage, showing many famous club figures such as the first St. Pauli team and famous slogans such as 'Hamburg Ist Braun Weiss'.

The away shirt is somewhat more reserved, being a plain white shirt with a sold collar and faux-cords beneath the neck. Both home and away kits contain the new sponsor 'Ein Platz an der Sonne' which is a German TV lottery show, although the sponsor will not be seen on the reversible side of the home shirt.

Thanks to GermanEagle and Ed

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Home 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Away 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Away 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Away 2010/11

FC St. Pauli DYF Away 2010/11

 

 

 

 

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Comments (1)

  1. fsc

Really cool and original in my opinion, especially the home shirt (gimmick included)

 
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