Arminia Bielefeld of the German 2. Bundesliga have released a limited edition, special edition shirt to celebrate their 115th anniversary.

The Joma design is in simple white with black, with minimal gold piping running down the shoulder and sleeves. The look is topped off with a classy tailored shirt/polo collar.

Nodding to the design worn by the side in the oldest team photo the club could source from their archive, the monochrome retro-crest is complemented by the simple Joma logo and logo of sponsor Schuco, all in black.

There are commemorative details, applied in gold, and a special patch on the lower front, referring to the date of foundation - 3rd May 1905 - and the name and number printing will also be in gold.

The shirt, limited to 1000 examples, comes in a commemorative box with a scarf, patch, sticker and certificate of authenticity. Three of the certificates will include three crosses - xxx - to denote the recipient has won a meal with the club management and chairman Hans-Jurgen Laufer.

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  1. Muffs

why didn't they just keep the badge black but the rest of the sponsorship white, could have been a masterpiece

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