Sports: 1. FC Köln presented European jersey

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The 1. FC Köln has released its own jersey for the European Cup season starting on Thursday - it is already the fourth 2022/23.

In diesem Outfit spielt der 1. FC Köln 2022/23 in Europa. © fc-fanshop.de In this outfit, 1. FC Köln 2022/23 plays in Europe.

A new outfit for the 2022/23

home jersey, away jersey, alternative jersey and now also European jersey: 1. FC Köln presented another outfit for the current season on Tuesday.

in the Europa Conference League, for whose group phase the Baumgart team wants to qualify in the play-offs from Hungary, which starts on Thursday, the FC competes in red and white, "hand-painted" strip look. The jersey, which consists of recycled polyester, costs 79.95 euros.

"Rut and Wiess are the colors of the FC and the longitudinal strip design has a long tradition in the history of the association," explains FC managing director Philipp Türoff. "We firmly believe that we will cut a good figure in Europe in the fresh design with the hand -painted lines."

The fourth jersey of the season is not yet the last. As usual, the new carnival jersey can be expected at the beginning of November.

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