TSV 1860 München have launched a limited edition retro kit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the sole Bundesliga championship.
Furnished by Die Löwen (The Lions) technical sponsor Macron, the jersey’s design is based on that of the sky blue home shirt worn by the club during the 1965 to 1966 season.
It features a modern interpretation of the white v-neck that was prominent on the 65/66 kit. In keeping with the look of the time, the replica version of the TSV retro jersey has no sponsor logos apart a tonal Macron logo.
A picture of the 1966 TSV 1860 Munich team is printed on the shirt’s inside neck while the names of the squad member are embroidered on the lower front right. A jock tag reading “50 Jahre Deutscher Meister” (50 Years German Champions) is sewn on the other side of the kit. “Deutscher Meister 1966” is embroidered in the signoff area.
Last a 1. Bundesliga side in 2004, TSV 1860 München have been a fixture in the 2. Bundesliga (second division) for the last twelve years. They’ve battled relegation for the last two seasons.