The German champions will wear blue and red shirts next season, just as they did when they won the 1996 Uefa Cup against Bordeaux
Bayern Munich have unveiled their home kit for the 2014-15 season - and have moved away from their traditional all-red shirts.
The Bavarians are instead harking back to their 1996 Uefa Cup triumph, when they beat Bordeaux 5-1 on aggregate in the final, with Mehmet Scholl on target in both legs.
However, their choice of colours may raise eyebrows, with Bayern having added Barcelona-esque blue stripes to their kits.
The neck area will feature the slogan Mia San Mia - Bavarian for "we are what we are" - and the shirt will be worn with red shorts and white socks adorned with red and blue.
The new kit will be modelled for the first time during Saturday's home clash with Stuttgart, which is due to kick off at 15:30CET.