Bayern Munich have had some great white change kits with red trim.
However, you have to go back to 2017-18 for the last time they had a ‘traditional looking’ (i.e. since red was adopted as the home colour in the 1970s) alternative outfit.
Prior to that, there were three smart white kits that were complemented by dark red, while the 2012-13 away kit is as classic as you could get in the modern era – or it would be if the secondary colour was ‘normal’ red.
When the strip was launched, the colour was officially called ‘lucent infrared’ but to the untrained eye seeing Arjen Robben wearing it, it could have passed for a Netherlands away uniform.
As with the white away kit used for the previous two seasons, Deutsche Telekom’s football streaming service was advertised on the chest, though the more recognisable T-Mobile logo was seen when the shirts were used against Lille in the Champions League group stage.
The same markings were present for one of the kit’s mashups, when infrared socks were worn against Hannover, though Liga Total! was on the shirts for the game at Werder Bremen, where Bayern wore infrared shorts.