Revealed: New 1970s-inspired Bayern Munich home kit

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The Bundesliga champions have gone back to their roots with a retro jersey featuring a design similar to that worn by Franz Beckenbauer and co.

Bayern Munich have revealed their brand new 1970s-inspired home kit ahead of the 2017-18 season.

The jersey, which is produced by Adidas, is modeled on that worn by the team that won the European Cup three times in a row, which featured players such as Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Muller and Uli Hoeness.

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According to senior design director Jurgen Rank, the Bavarian club wanted to "bring back the classic and great design" in a way that would also be modern.

Rank explained: "We've brought together all our latest technology and fabric innovations to make sure we inspire a new generation of players and fans, be it in the stadium or on the streets."

What do you think of the Bundesliga champions' latest jersey? Check it out above.

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