Music on your body!
We’re bringing the RB Leipzig beat to the street, the gym and the clubs with our new Nike third kit.
Leipzig is full of colour, variety and creativity. Leipzig has its own style. Its own sound. We’re celebrating our club and our city. We’re celebrating the enjoyment of sport and culture. We’re celebrating life. Join the hype and be inspired.
A shirt that fans can wear anywhere, which in itself reflects the Leipzig club culture.
In adition to the electro and techno vibes, the designs incorporates elements of the Leipzig club scenes Distillery, IFZ and Elipamanoke.
This is a jersey that unites sport, music and culture in Leipzig in a unique and eccentric style.
- Adults: €89.95
- Children: €69.95
The jersey can be purchased at club stores at Petersbogen and Stadionvorplatz, as well as the Red Bull online shop and stadium store at the Red Bull Arena.
Innovation on the sleeves
Unique design combiend with innovative support! We're pleased to have our new Official Partner Veganz supporting the team on the sleeves during out UEFA Champions League and DFB-Pokal fixtures. Therefore, the Veganz logo will be present on the left sleeve starting with Wednesday's clash away against Manchester City.
Veganz Group AG was named Germany's Most Innovative Food Brand for 2021, and now expands the range of foods available at the Red Bull Arena by offering its vegan porducts. Veganz will also provide its products and dietary concepts at all levels of the club, both in the sporting and organisational departments.
"PLASTIC BOTTLES NEVER HAD MORE STYLE!"
The Nike jersey is made from 100% recycled polyester fabric that has been made from recycled plastic bottles.
This creates a kit that delivers peak performance with a lower impact on the environment. Plastic bottles are collected, cleaned and melted down to produce a high-quality yarn for manufacturing and is part of Nike’s wider Move to Zero initiative with football apparel leading the way in sustainability.
No other sport captures global attention like the beautiful game and this is why since 2010, Nike has been using recycled polyester to produce football kits. Each year, Nike diverts one billion plastic bottles from landfills and waterways by creating and designing with recycled polyester.