Hamburger SV


Hamburg's second and last season with Puma saw them in a design that was popular among the company's roster, with much of the contrasting colour on the back rather than the front. Hamburg's shirts were of the batwing cut, featuring an abstract pattern on the left-hand side.
When a change of shorts or socks was required in the Bundesliga, the club went for an all-white look. The shorts lacked the panelling of the default home set while the number and crest swapped sides. Long-sleeved shirts essentially featured a lower section sewn on to a short-sleeved one.
Red shorts and white socks, worn at home to Arsenal and away to CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
The red change shirt followed the same design as the home. Longer names were arched, whereas shorter ones were in a straight line.
The shirt was worn for two of the three home Champions League games, against Porto and CSKA Moscow, as well as away in Portugal. White socks were used for both Porto games.
The black shorts on the blue strip differed from the set used with the red shirt as they had blue panelling.
Blue socks used in the domestic league against Wolfsburg.
Due to an unusual Uefa ruling that prevented opposing teams from having the same sponsor's logo on their chests, when Hamburg met Arsenal in the Champions League the away sides had 'Dubai' instead of 'Fly Emirates'.
Estonia-like combination of blue shirts, black shorts and white socks, seen away to Mainz.
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