Schalke and Umbro present royal blue home kit

This is how we look at home: FC Schalke 04 and its new kit supplier Umbro are launching the brand new jersey that the players from now on will be wearing for their home games at VELTINS-Arena. It is now available at all Schalke fan shops and online at store.schalke04.de.

The jersey is a modern interpretation of Schalke’s very own heritage embedded in a customized design – the new home jersey is innovatively presented and yet still refers back to the club’s roots in mining. The center of the jersey has an interlaced hammer and pick; the pattern is shown over the whole shirt. The jersey is emphasized by white sleeve cuffs and a white neckline. The white shorts and blue/white striped socks round off the image.

At Schalke we are particularly proud of our new home shirt.

Alexander Jobst

Alexander Jobst, member of Schalke’s managing board: “At Schalke we are particularly proud of our new home shirt. The jersey combines a simple yet cool look with our tradition that shows the hammer and pick in a very restrained way. It is traditional and classical. We want to thank our partner Umbro, who was very flexible when it comes to working with our design requests.”

“It is a great honour for us to design the Schalke home shirt. A lot of people will wear it so it is particularly important that the players and fans can identify with it,” says Michael Scholz, General Manager at Umbro Germany.

The new home kit is available in all fan shops and online for EUR 84.95. The ladies’ jersey is also available for EUR 84.95. The children’s jersey costs EUR 64.95.

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